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Letters from the Devil's Forest: An Anthology of Writings on Traditional Witchcraft, Spiritual Ecology and Provenance Traditionalism (Anglais) Broché – 23 août 2014

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Concerning "Letters from the Devil's Forest: An Anthology of Writings on Traditional Witchcraft, Spiritual Ecology, and Provenance Traditionalism", the latest published work by Robin Artisson, occultist & writer of some renown. IN THIS latest work, witch, metaphysician, and traditionalist Robin Artisson presents an in-depth and darksome interior vision of many dimensions of the old and nearly forgotten Art of true Witchcraft. "Letters from the Devil's Forest" is a lengthy anthology of Artisson's writings regarding every topic of essence and interest to the student or researcher of the half-remembered occult practices of "spirit-pacting" and spirit-allegiance: the timeless root-practices that underlie the genuine sorcerous traditions of the West. Over 130 chapters, representing public and private writings done by Artisson in the last five years, but drawing on over 20 years of his own practice and in-depth researches, are brought together into one informative tome, to better serve the needs of the modern mystic or malcontent in search of a roadmap to the hidden angles of life's most seductive mystery: the mystery of sorcery, and the parallel mystery of spiritual ecology. The generous amounts of material housed in this encyclopedia of lore comes divided into nine major portions, including a detailed treatment of the lost occult anthropology- the very oldest human beliefs on death, the soul, and dying- and what these beliefs can mean for us alive today; many ethical, practical, and instructional essays on various forms of sorcerous art, focusing on material long pre-dating the modern occult emergence; essays on the strange themes and practices of the "Hidden Seasons" or the Witch-sabbats; in-depth daimonological ponderings and writings on the "Master Entity" himself, the Witchfather who stands behind genuine covenants of Witchcraft and the Master-Spirits who share our world and act as tutelary spirits to Witch-kind; scathing criticisms of the lies and falsehoods of modernity and insightful essays offering soul-satisfying alternatives to unquestioned faith in modern myths; sharp philosophical countering and criticism of the mainstream religions that have besmirched the world with their hatreds and absolutisms for centuries, and continue to torment the world today; foundational essays concerning "Provenance Traditionalism" or the secret tradition that emerges from the origins of Western culture and whose metaphysics and insights are still to be discovered encoded in folklore and mythology. Also included is a potent selection of folktales and traditional stories, some original but most from deep in the folk-tradition, analyzed and elucidated to reveal the potent "soul-deep" codes that can transform men and women into wiser, more cunning people as they undergo their fateful journeys through this world. "Letters from the Devil's Forest" is a true treasury of the Hidden and Despised Art; it contains, in over 700 pages, almost ceaseless "Art-teaching" material, sorcerous maxims, gems of practice, some quite old invocations, poems, channeled writings, warnings, ethical and moral ponderings with regard to the sorcerous arts and to living outside of the mainstream of the modern and greedy spirit, inspirational quotes from past and present masters, wrapped together with Artisson's own sometimes sparkling, sometimes questionable brand of humor and wit, and crowned with original art flourishes and atmospheric ornamentation by Stephanie Houser.

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Robin Artisson lives in the countryside of downeast Maine, near the craggy coast, under the shadows of the mountains and their forests. There, he carries on the relationships he has with the spiritual entities he has allied with over the years, and watches his daughters grow with much joy.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the best (to date) books on Old Craft Availible. 15 octobre 2014
Par G. Ridgeway - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have been a follower of Robin Artisson since he first published "Witching Way of the Hollow Hill", quite honestly I loved that work and found it very relevant and needed within the Old Craft community, though I was somewhat disappointed with "Horns of Evenwood" and found "Resurrection of the Meadow" to be alright. Granted I am a practitioner of the Crooked Path. I am not a big fan of the Schulke/Chumbley style of old craft, not that artisson writes like they do, but some of his writings especially in the later grimoires are similar.
This book on the other hand, I have to say, is by far (IHOP) the best work he has put out to date. This massive tome is chalk full of information and perspective on the old craft, and you can definitely see how Artisson's perspective and experiences have evolved since his first writings. The best thing about this book, and well, artissons writings in general, but especially in this tome, is how deeply it touches on and contains the deep chthonic and immensities of the blood of old craft. You get a sense as you read many of the essays in this book, that Old Hobb himself has had a hand in there fruition.
This book is essentially a bringing together of many essays which artisson has written, some which are singular authorship, others which developed out of answering questions from other practitioners. In my opinion this is one of, if not the best book on old craft that one can find to date, up until the release of this text, Nigel Jacksons, "Call of the Horned Piper", was in my opinion the best primer one could find, and albeit good, pretty light on the page count.
In many ways, as one other reviewer has said, "This is one stop shopping in regards to Old Craft", now I wouldn’t completely agree with this statement but I would say that it comes darn close. And if you are looking for a book, which has everything, or darn near close to everything you may want to know as a practitioner of the Crooked Ways, be you seasoned or a beginner. I would be hard pressed to say that you will find a better tome than this!
Huge reread value, chalk full of all sorts of goodies, and very much exactly in the vein of the old craft that I think needs to be available to all.
You can't go wrong with this book; Artisson gets it, and lives it. He has done nothing but make Auld Hornie mighty happy with his offerings!
Worth every penny!
41 internautes sur 47 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Get It 10 septembre 2014
Par ABCDEFG - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Robin Artisson is a "thinking man's" witch, as the saying goes.

I love him, I hate him, I make peace with him, I struggle with him, I devour him, I throw him across the room, I rail at him, I nod him compliments, I caress him endearingly, I despise him, I btxslap him, I greet him with a kiss on each cheek, I use him like a fetch-light when the way is dim, and I'd kick him down a dark hole if I could.

I'm sure it's the same way in *your* family.

In my view, he is one of the very, very few practitioners of traditional witchcraft worth reading, and of those, the most valuable. The old witchery is bubbling -- nay, gushing! -- out of him in a quantity and purity that has no parallel in modern times, at least from what I have seen.

With Artisson, you can enter the world of meaningful ideas and theories and be pointed toward the practice, sometimes generally, sometimes very specifically. You may cease to care, as I have, about meaningless historical fripperies such as who initiated whom and when, and under what auspices -- the Nine Covens of George Pickingill, Clutterbuck, the "Dark Order," and old British nudists, blah, blah, blah -- and you may come to view vocabulary theatrics (trumped-up old English spellings,"praxis" instead of "practice", etc. ad nauseam) with the raised eyebrow that is their only rightful due. If the Master takes you to His bosom, He will need no human representative to claim you, and He will not care to hear your beetle-chirp opinion on the latest "talismanic publisher" or this-or-that debate.

There is a ton of wisdom packed in this book, at an outrageously affordable price in comparison. You don't have to agree with him. But you should read him because he is one of the great shapers of witchery of our time.

I also much admire him for a more passive virtue -- being born and coming into his witchery in America. Too often American witches look to England or Europe for inspiration, or nostalgically, or wistfully. "Oh, if only . . . . !"

But the Master has lit a dark light shining HERE.
Don't let that ever be lost on you.
Not a feeble glimmer, either, but a good strong torch.
And here he is, writing away, burning away, lighting the way.

And. The. Dude. Can. Write. Poetry. Good, genuine, credible poetry.
28 internautes sur 31 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A treasure trove of knowledge... 26 août 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: Broché
In this anthology Robin Artisson delivers his most comprehensive work to date. Written in Robin’s conversational voice, he covers every subject within the sorcerous tradition that he operates within. This book will illuminate the reader’s perception and shed light into those dark recesses where writers before him have not gone successfully. Robin’s poetic nature shines through brilliantly and this is truly his most mature and impassioned musings- straight from the Devil’s Forest.

Arranged in 9 parts and over 130 chapters this hefty book leaves nothing to be desired, except more Robin Artisson. This is a book that will leave you feeling as if you know Robin; it is a book that I can see will be used as reference time and again by any who own it.

Drawing on sources deep in tradition as well as folklore, Robin unearths an entire working system of witchcraft, though unlike any most people see in the vast majority of books on the topic today. It's a strange, challenging, and seemingly effective (perhaps frightening) invitation to think, feel, act, and engage the unseen world in a very old way.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 This is What We've All Been After 31 décembre 2014
Par Lee - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is the heftiest tome I have in my collection, and any Seeker of the Nameless Art would be tempted (as I was) to throw the rest of the collection off to a used bookstore. The page count wasn't daunting after reading the first few pages, as I knew I wouldn't be putting it down for hours. Within just a few sittings it was (regrettably) done. Though I've already begun a second read-through, with a highlighter in-hand!

Robin writes like he speaks, which makes for a sort of universal understanding, because he speaks in plain language and (often) repeats himself, which is very good for the subject matter and harder-to-understand concepts. He never lingers too long on a single subject before turning your attention to another subject, so even the topics that didn't particularly interest me didn't feel long winded or boring, because within a few pages we were off to something else. But keep in mind, there is an absolute wealth of information on each thing Robin writes about concerning the Unseen.

Robin is a breath of fresh air, in this muddled, confused, mis-information filled area of the occult. He does not hesitate to give it to you straight from the hip and invites you to do the same. This is the tome you've been waiting for, the one we ALL have been waiting for.

Though I give a rating of 4 instead of 5 stars for the editing. I can spot at least three typos or grammatical errors about every other page, and felt the urge to send him a corrected hardcopy, but felt it best not to risk insulting this fantastic author, because any typo can be forgiven for this awesome collection of wisdom about our Witchsire Master. This surely has made him Smile a crooked grin.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Compendium of Witchery 5 octobre 2014
Par Katrina Stone - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Look no further. If you want authentic, real wisdom and information on traditional witchcraft, you'll have it here. I wish this book was available 20 years ago, it would have saved me a lot of time and money.
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