Mastering Witchcraft: A Practical Guide for Witches, Warlocks and Covens

June 27, 2014 - Comment

G.P. Putnam’s Sons, New York, 1970. Hard Cover. BC edition, NF/VG+, 254pp, illustrated text is bright, clean and fresh-in NF cond., copy in fresh Brodart.

G.P. Putnam’s Sons, New York, 1970. Hard Cover. BC edition, NF/VG+, 254pp, illustrated text is bright, clean and fresh-in NF cond., copy in fresh Brodart.

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Nigel Jackson "'Nigromancer'" says:

A Classic Exposition of Mediaeval Sorcery Paul Huson, artist, actor, novelist, screenwriter and authority on Tarot and Mediaeval Magic originally wrote this book in 1969 and it has since established itself as a highly-regarded ‘classic’ in the field: it is not difficult to see why. Firstly it is an exposition of Witchcraft in the purely pre-modern sense of that word, as a Craft (Anglo-Saxon ‘Craeft’ -‘Power, Skill, Force’) and he comprehensively expounds the technical knowledge and applied methods by which this innate…

El Brujo "Brujo Hechisero" says:

The First and Best book on Witchcraft Ever!! Mr Huson is a Genius in my eyes. Mastering Witchcraft has nothing to do with Religious Witchcraft movements, it has nothing to do with Karma or the Three Fold Law, in fact it has nothing to do with the New Age Witchcraft movement of modern times. This book does not hold its punches back, the book is well balanced with both positive and negative magic, what New Agers label as Black and White Magic.I am a big fan of Mr. Huson’s work and enjoy his other books and novels. “The…

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