Tag Archives: Wicca

Liber Nox: A Traditional Witch’s Gramarye by Michael Howard

“Many traditional witches regard themselves as the stewards or guardians of ancient sites near where they live, such as stone circles, burial mounds, standing stones and hill-figures. They meet for rituals at remote crossroads or near the prehistoric trackways, ‘green … Continue reading

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Michael Howard on Skylight Press

Michael Howard is an Anglo-Irish writer, historical researcher and editor. His work has become well-known and much respected after some 38 books on witchcraft, paganism and western occultism, including various tomes on the Norse-Germanic runes, folk traditions, angelic magic, faery … Continue reading

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A Couple of Recent Reviews…

  Here are a couple of recent reviews of Skylight books…   Review by David James: Stewart Farrar – Writer on a Broomstick  A biography by Elizabeth Guerra and Janet Farrar “Whilst he might not have had the cache of … Continue reading

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Stewart Farrar: Writer on a Broomstick by Elizabeth Guerra and Janet Farrar

Stewart Farrar was a World War II veteran, an accomplished script writer and a journalist who worked for many prominent and respected media companies such as Reuters and the newspaper Reveille. As a world traveler, Stewart had the opportunity to meet … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Guerra & Janet Farrar on Skylight Press

Born in New York City, Elizabeth Guerra grew up with a family from varying ethnic and spiritual backgrounds. Her father was born in Puerto Rico, as was her paternal grandmother, who was an Espiritista (Spiritualist) specializing in exorcisms. Her maternal grandmother … Continue reading

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Treasures for your Solstice….

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By Names and Images: Bringing the Golden Dawn to Life by Peregrin Wildoak

There has been much interest in the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn since its inception in the late 19th Century and outward dissolution within a few decades.  The mystique and secrecy of the Order, along with its utilitarian magic, its coterie … Continue reading

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