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Fifty Years in the Feri Tradition Paperback – November 1, 2005
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So, many areas that I want to know more about are flown right over, like the mysticism of bees, the true meaning of "Lucifer", or how Jesus is a sacrificial king that witches should honor. Frankly, Feri has always guarded its teachings, so don't read his work if you think it will reveal those secrets. It will just give you glimpses behind the curtain.
I give the work four stars for its historical value, and for its importance to me personally, as I walk the Feri path. However, I admit its not for everyone, and perhaps should only be read by those who are looking into the mysteries of Feri.
But of course, the book itself isn't changing. It's that I've changed, and my capacity to understand it has likewise changed. Cora Anderson's little essay about the Feri tradition, rambling and unfocused as it is, packs a terrific amount of information into a tiny package, and phrases it in such a way that most of it only makes sense once you, the reader, are ready to understand it. That may sound odd, but it's true.
As such, while I wouldn't say this is a "beginner's book" by any stretch of the imagination, I think it's essential reading for anyone seriously studying the Feri tradition, or anyone who wants to read the unvarnished thoughts of a genuine elder of the Craft.
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