Since we started listing our wares we have received numerous emails from collectors asking if we had anything “witchy”.
Lucky for you, we are fascinated by the subject. Consider this to be the first of numerous lots that’s explore this often misunderstood and sometimes exploited group.
As it has become increasingly harder to find copies of these books with the dust jackets intact as well as the condition these are in.
1. DIARY OF A WITCH, 1969:
The Sybil Leek book is a captivating look into the life of a practicing witch. Leek shares her personal experiences, rituals, and beliefs as a practitioner of witchcraft. The book is especially valuable as a historical artifact, capturing a time when witchcraft was not. Throughout the book, Farrar helps to demystify witchcraft, debunking common stereotypes and myths, and bringing a much-needed understanding and respect to this ancient and misunderstood practice.
2. THE BOOK OF WITCHES, 1973:
Oliver Madox Hueffer's book is explores various historical facets of the witchcraft tradition, diving into stories about popular and powerful witches throughout history, from Joan of Arc to Queen Elizabeth I. He tells the stories of witches with great empathy, bringing them to life as fully realized human beings struggling to navigate the oppressive and patriarchal societies in which they lived.
3.HANDBOOK OF MAGIC & WITCHCRAFT, 1996:
delves into the ritual magic of Witchcraft. Olliver traces the beliefs and practices of magic from its origin thousands of years ago in the ‘fearsome demonologies’ of religions through the ‘devil-infested atmosphere of the Middle Ages’ to his modern day.
4. THE BOOK OF WITCHES:
As with all lots more will inside your acquisition than is pictured.
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