This book measures 5.5″by 8.5″ and is appx 185 pages. The book is bound in parchment-color fabric with forest green end sheets, a forest green ribbon bookmark, and black foil stamping. This special edition is limited to 200 copies and includes a signed bookplate.
Published by Cross Crow Books
Alaric Albertsson’s Travels Through Middle Earth: The Path of a Saxon Pagan is a beautifully written book that tells the reader how to incorporate these old pagan beliefs into modern magical practice. The book itself serves as a bridge to the past – connecting the reader to folklore, traditions, and rituals of the Anglo-Saxons in a way that is both comforting and familiar, while still engaging enough to help the reader add depth to their practice.
Contained herein are instructions for performing the húsel, which is a ritual designed to honor one’s ancestors, the Gods, and the elves and dwarves. Also included are observations on Anglo-Saxon cosmology, the wyrd and it’s connection to fate, seasonal tides and ways to celebrate them, rites of passage, worship, and magic. This book is truly a must have for anyone seeking alignment with the old ways of the Anglo-Saxons.
A special thank you to Witch & author Christopher Penczak for writing the foreword for this lovely book.
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