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This is followed by a brief lexicon and a useful bibliography. The author begins with a description of the materials and equipment used in the art, their preparation and function in the production of the potion.
Ars Philtron: Concerning the Aqueous Cunning of the Potion and Its Praxis in the Green Arte Magical
Kaleb Lund rated it it was amazing Apr 30, The author also addresses the concept and role of the dream initiator and the universality of access and gnosis in the dreaming.
Today is used rather loosely to include figures and traditions from the s on, including Cecil Williamson and his museums, Austin Osman Spare, Rosaleen Norton and the contemporary Cultus Sabbati, among others. Simultaneously revealed and concealed within the writing style of the Cultus are instructions and lore dealing with all manner of potions, running the gamut from love philtre to thanatotic libation. Following this he reviews the folklore in general before describing a specific practice relating to the exploration of the qualities and powers of the tree branch.
Ken Moyer rated it it schuoke amazing Jul 29, Invisibility, shapeshifting, necromancy, herbal medicine, the making of potions, incenses, dusts and other preparations are woven in with the worldview and dzniel of the Cultus Sabbati, of whom the author is the current Magister.
The next section focusses on the legendary George Pickingill and his nine covens, though much of what is here was already published in the Zrs Papers, which Howard relies on extensively. Steven Jones rated it it was amazing Apr 23, Howard begins his book with Robert Cochrane and the Clan of Tubal Cain, providing a short biography of the former and a valuable description of the beliefs, tools, Gods and methods as well as the documented and oral history of the latter.
In all, I would describe the Children of Cain as an excellent and detailed introduction to the Modern Traditional Craft, but not the definitive work that its publishers would like it to be. To conclude, Schulke offers the consummation of the art, words to the Wise concerning the Real Work.
Though, as always, this offering from Mr. Ars Philtron has been on my shelf for a while, but the broader scope of Viridarium Umbris demanded my attention first, even through the first edition of AP was the earlier publication.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Want to Read saving…. Christy House rated it it was amazing Apr 12, Occasionally profoundly obscure, some sections require significant effort on the part of the reader to recall what it is the author is actually talking about. I have read other reviews which were critical of ambiguity or lack of detail regarding specific danniel in recipes or instructions but I do not share this criticism.
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Lists with This Book. I read VU as an herbal grimoire, not a cookbook. From here he goes on to describe The Regency in a lengthy section, providing some history and details on the more neopagan outer circle and the traditional inner circle and describing the important role The Regency played in keeping old witchcraft alive while simultaneously making it more available to the growing neopagan movement.
He proceeds to describe in detail the lore and manufacture of several classes of philtre, among them, aphrodisiacs, ablutions, sacraments, vinegars, potions to alter states of consciousness and dreaming, poisons and animating potions. His exposure to wide range of Craft traditions and practices over the years and his connections built up in the traditional community put him in a position to assemble and share a valuable history.
Unfortunately, many of the formulae call for distillation equipment, putting them outside the scope of practice for most Green Witches and Wort Cunningfolk. From here he supplies a charm or consecration script and a detailed description for the making of a wand by the practitioner. The book is organized into categories of herb lore, and each follows the same basic pattern.
The author provides a basic introduction to a dozen traditions in the UK and the US. Return to Book Page.
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With his personal connections to the Cultus Sabbati, Howard does an excellent and in depth discussion of its history, influences and approach, speaking extensively about Andrew Chumbley and the contributions he made to the modern occult movement. Keith rated it liked it Nov 25, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Schulke describes several practices using wands and staves from his own tradition, along with a more detailed exploration of a particularly significant species used as a wand, namely the Hazel.
The writing style of VU is typical of the publications of the Cultus, done in a quasi-archaic English with liberal use of Latin and Greek derivatives. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. After this he details the Guilds, and again Howard has drawn extensively on secondary sources for historical information on the various guild groups making use of witchcraft including the Horsemen, the Toadmen and the Millers Word.
A fantastic edition with tons of essential brews. Leilani rated it it was amazing Nov 14, Dregvant rated it it was amazing Jul 23, As a grammar of the Art Magical, the work instaurates the Philtre as an emanation of the Vinum Sabbati, the manifest elixir of witch-power. Manx Wytch Sit down for a spell…. Christopher Ashbrook rated it it was amazing Dec 18, Thanks for telling us about the problem. Rick Artist rated it it was amazing Sep 03,