Melusine Draco has written a series of Traditional Witchcraft books:
Traditional Witchcraft for the Seashore
The author takes us on a magical journey along the seashore and reveals how to work with the natural oceanic tides and energies. Learn how to harness the powers of the deep, and collect flotsam and jetsam for use as ritual tools.
Traditional Witchcraft for Urban Living
Traditional Witchcraft for Urban Living deals with the constant barrage of psychic problems that confront the urban witch on a daily basis. Based on the teachings of a traditional Craft background, the author successfully manages to blend the Old Ways with practical contemporary practice.
Traditional Witchcraft for the Woods & Forests
For a traditional witch, WoodCraft differs quite considerably from FieldCraft because whereas the woods have been part of our landscape since the beginning of time, fields and hedgerows are a relatively recent innovation. Here we encounter the primitive, sometimes hostile, sensations that we encounter when walking alone in the woods.
Traditional Witchcraft for the Fields & Hedgerows
For a traditional witch, FieldCraft differs quite considerably from WoodCraft because whereas the woods have been part of our landscape since the beginning of time, fields and hedgerows are a relatively recent innovation. The witchcraft of FieldCraft is of a much more domestic and homely variety, not moving far from hearth or cattle byre.
Traditional Witchcraft & the Path to the Mysteries
Traditional Witchcraft and the Path to the Mysteries, the sixth and last in the Traditional Witchcraft series, is a voyage of discovery and, as with every journey, it is essential that we understand where we are now and where we want to be. We need proper direction unlike that popular old Irish saying: “If I wanted to be going there, I wouldn’t be starting from here!” So let us make our preparations, put our house in order, and begin our journey of exploration and self-discovery.
The first four books are available now, the last one is due to be published in March.
Although each one could be read individually this series works best by starting with the first one and following them through as they take you on a personal journey, each one not only full of information but also practical exercises for you to work with.