Mystic Will: Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
Charles Leland (who is notable for his most famous work, Aradia, and for some other significant folkloric work especially in Italy) wrote this work under a different title originally but ended up creating this variant (which was published posthumously) for an American audience. It is quite good, and fuses a bit of fairies and folklore in with its essentially psychological content...
Academic and Occult History Books for Saleby Styxhexenhammer666The following is a continuously edited list of texts related to occult archaeology, social studies, and the history of witchcraft and spirituality, which I have edited and released. This list will be updated over time as new titles become available.FEMALE PREEMINENCE
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One of Agrippa's works- this time not spurious. A social tract applauding the sacred feminine, the symbol of the...
Aradia: Gospel of the Witches, Now Available!by Styxhexenhammer666
At long last the Aradia, Leland's most important work, is available from yours truly.
Unlike most of my releases, this one is almost more science and history than strict occultism- as an anthropological study (albeit one with some controversy behind it) it focuses on both the dogma and rituals of certain groups in Tuscany during this pre-modern period which practiced a sort of folkish...
Aradia Update 2: Delayed/ Liber Salomonis Updateby Styxhexenhammer666I'm glad I made my prior post about the Aradia.
As it turns out the copyright wasn't an issue; what did emerge was that the template I used was faulty somehow and the cover art was off-center by a good centimeter or so. I sized it properly from Createspace' own template site so I'm not sure how this happened, but I'm a stickler for format now, and even plan to go back and correct (minor) flaws in...
Aradia: Gospel of the Witches Edition Updateby Styxhexenhammer666In the next couple of days, I'll be posting about Charles Leland's famous "Aradia"- a half-secular, half-theological manuscript he produced in the very twilight of the 1800s regarding folk religion in Tuscany- a literal sect of witches.
The material is already live but I've learned that with many manuscripts (including those of quite literally ancient origin) Createspace is a stickler for copyright...