on the screen

On the Screen

View All

classics

AUDIO & eBOOK CLASSICS

View All


classics

Helping those in need

Visit Site

MP3 Audio Sample

rating
 
 
goodreads logo

Short Synopsis
Written from an animistic perspective and without pushing any specific deities, the book offers a thorough practical and theoretical framework for considering each witch's personal theology and practice.

Full Synopsis
I stand in the meadow, at the forest's edge. One step forward and I will straddle the boundary between fading light in the swaying grass and rich darkness in the woods. One more step and I will be immersed in the nighttime world of southern, hardwood forest. My home lay behind me, the wild magic ahead. I am the witch at the forest's edge. This book systematically explores the foundational aspects of modern traditional witchcraft. The book is structured into thirteen core chapters or classes that cover all essential skill sets for any modern, traditional witch in a practical, caring way. Each chapter offers suggested activities and/or reflections for journaling and a reading list for further exploration. Advanced skills such a hedge riding and ritual possession are taught in a structured, explicit way that makes them accessible to a wider audience.

Written from an animistic perspective and without pushing any specific deities, the book offers a thorough practical and theoretical framework for considering each witch's personal theology and practice. Without pushing one cultural context, The Witch at the Forest's Edge offers the means to reflect on the multiple cultures that inform the practices of modern witches, encouraging the listener to think deeply and undergird modern practices with ancestral knowledge.

The Witch at the Forest's Edge

Thirteen Keys to Modern Traditional Witchcraft

Author Christine Grace

Narrated by Leslie Howard

Publication date Nov 1, 2021

Running time 6 hrs

Available Formats

BUY FROM AUDIOBOOKS.COM

LINK COMING SOON

audio download

Suggestions?
Let us know!