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Letters from the Devil's Forest: An Anthology of Writings on Traditional Witchcraft, Spiritual Ecology and Provenance Traditionalism Paperback – August 23, 2014
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About the Author
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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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!
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