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Treading the Mill: Practical Craft Working in Modern Traditional Witchcraft (Anglais) Broché – 19 octobre 2007

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HASH(0x920406cc) étoiles sur 5 Read this before RA 28 juillet 2011
Par Eric - Publié sur Amazon.com
If you are a fan of RA you may notice that a lot of Pearson's writing styles are quite similar to RA. You may also notice that a lot of his ideas on magic are the same as RA. Artisson, I have come to realise, is just a long winded version of his predecessors (that of Jackson and Pearson and Pennick). If you like Artisson, but feel he is too long winded, then pick up Pearson. Pearson's practical, no-nonsense writing was a breath of fresh air from Artisson's constant inconsistencies, run on sentences, and copy pastaing. I wish I had started with this book first when I first delved into the world of traditional witchcraft. The mead recipes and pathworking rituals alone are just gems!
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HASH(0x92040ad4) étoiles sur 5 British Traditional Witchcraft 26 février 2009
Par Eddie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Nigel Pearson's "Treading the Mill" covers the current British Traditional Witchcaft scene notably the influences of The Clan of Tubal Cain, Hagstone, Cultus Sabbati, and others into a workable program for coven or solitary. Lists the important tools, recipes, the Holly and the Oak King and Queen. Very little if any Wicca. A permanent place on any Tradiional Witch's bookshelf.
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HASH(0x922a9f6c) étoiles sur 5 The Ancient Craft 15 mai 2013
Par S. Cranow - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a book that introduces new comers to the Ancient Craft of the witch. This is not Wicca but more ancient. There are not fingers pointing to certain individuals for knowledge. The power comes from the Earth itself. Much like Wicca, the Ancient craft honor the Goddess and the God. Yet in the Ancient craft the horned God is honored perhaps more often then the Goddess yet this does not limit her importance. The Horned God has several aspects. They are not sugary sweet. As the Horned Forest God, Lord of the Hunt he can be vigorous, strong and rough. Old horney can be rapacious as well as destructive. In the more passive phase he is Lord of the Underworld. Sometimes best described as a wizard or the Tarot card of the Hermit. The Goddess has both light and dark aspects. She is not the triple moon Goddess of Robert Graves work nor is she the neolithic fertility Goddess yet she encompasses both. In the light aspect the author calls her the bright queen. In this phase she is the lover, life giver and bringer of life. The Dark Queen may represent death which is a part of life but she also represents the dark secrets of the underworld. The author gives rites and rituals to each of these aspects, most of which involve going out into the wilderness. Going out into the wilderness may not be too comfortable for some and even finding it can be a challenge.

Most Wiccans will cast a circle and with various reason behind it. The Traditional Witch will cut a compass. Much the same thing. Yet for the Traditional Witch the compass can serve a variety of purposes. It can be used just to denote a working area, a barrier to keep the energy contained or a protection to keep dangerous entities out. One's purpose will determine how complex the set up of the compass shall be.The four directions given by Wicca are not the same for the traditional craft either. For the trad craft the North is Fire (red) the East is Earth (blue), south is water (Green) and the West is Air (White) of course none of this is set in stone because depending on where you live you may find it more reasonable to have the directions mean different things. The author gives a meditation to help the practitioner find what the directions mean for him or her.

If your into wines then this book is for you. Libations are a big part of the traditional craft and different celebration call for different wines. The wines themselves are easy to make and making them is preferred to buying them even if they do not taste as good. yet there is one draw back, despite the clear concise directions, these wines take a total of one year to make. Wine making is not easy and waiting a year can be really inconvenient. Wines are not the only recipes given here there are also recipes for incense that are really simple to craft. There is also a section on wood lore and what each of the different wood may be used for.

The crafter has many traditional tools. The stang which represent the horned deity faces the north almost always.The knife for cutting your herbs and materials, your cord with knots and the wand. Oh let us not forget the cup. Wood lore is important for making your wand. The Wand is usually from your elbow all the way to the top of your middle finger. It can be procured from find dead wood on the floor,cutting a tree branch and holding part of the tree spirit in the wood to give the wand more energy. Either one will do but the third option is the best. and there is procedure for keeping the spirit in the wood.

This book has plenty of meditations , potions, simples and oils. More then enough to get started. Remember the power comes from the land and the spirits dwelling there. Always be respectful. Let the place change you as you should not change the place. Some of us do not live in the wilds so some of the material may need to be adapted. Enjoy.
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HASH(0x92040cb4) étoiles sur 5 Don't spend $50-150 from second market thieves, this book is in print! 4 août 2011
Par Walter Five - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book (and its companion) are available from the publisher in the UK for £13.95+P&H. Check Amazon UK, it can still be accquired there at a reasonable price.
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HASH(0x91fadbac) étoiles sur 5 GET THIS BOOK 23 septembre 2010
Par Carl F. Hunt - Publié sur Amazon.com
I CAN'T SAY ENOUGH ABOUT THIS BOOK. This is like a how-to- manual on Old Traditional witchcraft.
Tells you in easy layman terms how to do tools ,rituals, cermonies , recipes ..etc

If you had trouble understanding Witching Way of the Hollow Hill by Robin Artisson. Like I did. Then Treading The Mill is for you. It tells you in layman terms that are easy to understand and do and MAKE SENSE , unlike Witching Way of the Hollow Hill by Robin Artisson who I think is trying to show off how fluent and fancy he writes and not understand a freakin thing he says. I swear I had to read chapter one of Robetrs book ten times before I pitchedd it. What good is a book when cant understand a thing hes trying to say?

Get Treading The Mill you wont regret it!

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