Witchcraft for Tomorrow by Doreen ValienteStrange things are happening satanism, witchcraft, and God. The author explains how familiars are connected with shapeshifting and how the classic familiars of medieval witchcraft tradition are related to the power animals and allies of shamanic practices worldwide, including animal guardian spirits of Native American traditions and the daimons of the ancient Greeks and Romans. She examines the fetch spirit, also known as the fylgia in Scandinavian tradition, and how the witch or sorcerer draws on their personal sexual energy to give this creature its power to magnetize and attract what it was sent to retrieve. She looks at incubus, succubus, doubles, doppelgangers, and soul mates, showing how familiars can also adopt human forms and sometimes form romantic or erotic attachments with the witch or shaman. Book Of Spells This book, written by an anonymous author, contains a collection of love, protectional, binding, household spells, spells that bring financial luck and many others. Also, the book contains a detailed description of the rituals, as well as items needed for their implementation.
Witchfix Episode 89 - ‘Witchcraft for Tomorrow’ by Doreen Valiente
Witchcraft for Tomorrow
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Witchcraft for Tomorrow answers many frequently asked questions about witchcraft including: 'How can I find a witches' coven? The author, who was the leading figure in the establishment of the modern Wiccan movement, includes a new Book of Shadows the witches' handbook of rituals and instructions based upon ancient magical tradition but geared to the age of the future. There are witch songs, spells, incantations and practical advice on how to run a coven and how to acquire your own collection of magical implements; as well as methods of divination and other witch lore. The author shows how the oral traditions of witchcraft throw light not only upon the origins of the present-day witch cult and the activities of the witch leader George Pickingill and his covens, but also upon the mystery of the founding of the famous magical order, the Golden Dawn. Also discussed is the relationship between the witchcraft of Britain and Europe and the magical belief of the Far East. Do both traditions hark back to the legendary city of Shamballah and to the shamanistic practices of Asia?