Feasting from the Black Cauldron
Feasting from the Black Cauldron talks about things that are often overlooked or ignored by today’s authors in the modern witchcraft movement. This book covers topics such as Ignem Serpentes, Terra Umbrae and the Crossroads of Night. While many books on today’s market are filled with basic outer court training, this book picks up where many other books leave off. Like any great work, this author challenges his readers to think beyond the contemporary literature of big publishing companies.
Amaranthus, is a magister in the Clan of the Sacred Flame, a family of witches who practice and teach witchcraft, a non-Wiccan tradition, that has roots originating in France as opposed to the more common BTW, British Traditional Witchcraft. The Clan of the Sacred Flame places heavy emphasis on magick, sorcery and ancestral working forming strong spiritual bonds with its members. Amaranthus has written this book to reflect those teachings and techniques used in the training of their clan members. The core of this training is highlighted within these pages as the reader will learn about the clans Fairy Path of Witchcraft, traditional tools used and how to sanctify those working implements. This book seamlessly blends the old with the new, taking some of the spells and rituals passed down through the clan’s ages and adding new material and insights to enhance the reader’s understanding of the material presented.
Drawing from his extensive research and years of practice in various fields of the occult, Amaranthus has provided you the reader with an opportunity to step inside a witch’s clan from the perspective of a magister and clan elder.