Foto de l'autor
32 obres 379 Membres 5 Ressenyes 3 preferits

Sobre l'autor

Daniel A. Schulke is an herbalist with a working background in ethnobotany, agriculture and folk magic. He is the author of several pioneering works on the occult and spiritual dimensions of plants including Viridarium Umbris (Xoanon, 2005) and Veneficium: Magic, Witchcraft and the Poison Path mostra'n més (Three Hands Press, 2012). His forthcoming book The Green Mysteries, an original magical herbal 25 years in the making, is due to be released by Three Hands Press in Summer 2017. mostra'n menys

Sèrie

Obres de Daniel A Schulke

Idolatry Restor’d (2022) 9 exemplars

Etiquetat

Coneixement comú

Gènere
male

Membres

Ressenyes

For an advanced interpreter of the mythopoeia and dynamics of the occult this is a great, sophisticated read, discernably engaging in lush elucidations of the mindframe of witchcraft. It is one of a kind, rarely ever a book leaves me so impressed by the masterful command of the topic by the author. The profane exposed in an academic manner that almost makes the walking corpses of shades an aesthetic phenomena. Let me quit the reviewing here, and follow the advice: 'be wise' an accentuation of the ophitic currents, unforgiving for the insane and the fool, behold a short poem:

Unshown pathways of fates
Had thou spread forgetful arson?
Unwit, wit your own mirror, fool

Trap yea, many fell, strangled
By fates which judge to offer to?

Consider yer a mightier man?
Some call it ‘many a suns
Hath seen’.

Do not point fingers at the
Slanders’ receiving party
Withhold swords and judgments
Turn the table, stay aright

Drink your own poison, it
Healeth only the honest,
Thine enemies samelike
Veneficial bane digest

Only then thou shall smile,
Or perish in regret
After true faces are shown
In black mirrors of Moires
… (més)
 
Marcat
Saturnin.Ksawery | Hi ha 2 ressenyes més | Jan 12, 2024 |
An Initiatic Grimoire unto but a Seed of the Mysteries & Artes of Wortcunning.

For serious practitioners, star-feted aspirants & syncretic adepts.
 
Marcat
XanaduRising | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | Oct 29, 2022 |
For an advanced interpreter of the mythopoeia and dynamics of the occult this is a great, sophisticated read, discernably engaging in lush elucidations of the mindframe of witchcraft. It is one of a kind, rarely ever a book leaves me so impressed by the masterful command of the topic by the author. The profane exposed in an academic manner that almost makes the walking corpses of shades an aesthetic phenomena. Let me quit the reviewing here, and follow the advice: 'be wise' an accentuation of the ophitic currents, unforgiving for the insane and the fool, behold a short poem:

Unshown pathways of fates
Had thou spread forgetful arson?
Unwit, wit your own mirror, fool

Trap yea, many fell, strangled
By fates which judge to offer to?

Consider yer a mightier man?
Some call it ‘many a suns
Hath seen’.

Do not point fingers at the
Slanders’ receiving party
Withhold swords and judgments
Turn the table, stay aright

Drink your own poison, it
Healeth only the honest,
Thine enemies samelike
Veneficial bane digest

Only then thou shall smile,
Or perish in regret
After true faces are shown
In black mirrors of Moires
… (més)
 
Marcat
SaturninCorax | Hi ha 2 ressenyes més | Sep 27, 2021 |
For an advanced interpreter of the mythopoeia and dynamics of the occult this is a great, sophisticated read, discernably engaging in lush elucidations of the mindframe of witchcraft. It is one of a kind, rarely ever a book leaves me so impressed by the masterful command of the topic by the author. The profane exposed in an academic manner that almost makes the walking corpses of shades an aesthetic phenomena. Let me quit the reviewing here, and follow the advice: 'be wise' an accentuation of the ophitic currents, unforgiving for the insane and the fool, behold a short poem:

Unshown pathways of fates
Had thou spread forgetful arson?
Unwit, wit your own mirror, fool

Trap yea, many fell, strangled
By fates which judge to offer to?

Consider yer a mightier man?
Some call it ‘many a suns
Hath seen’.

Do not point fingers at the
Slanders’ receiving party
Withhold swords and judgments
Turn the table, stay aright

Drink your own poison, it
Healeth only the honest,
Thine enemies samelike
Veneficial bane digest

Only then thou shall smile,
Or perish in regret
After true faces are shown
In black mirrors of Moires
… (més)
 
Marcat
vucjipastir | Hi ha 2 ressenyes més | Jun 7, 2020 |

Potser també t'agrada

Autors associats

Lee Morgan Assistant Editor
Richard Gavin Assistant Editor

Estadístiques

Obres
32
Membres
379
Popularitat
#63,709
Valoració
½ 4.6
Ressenyes
5
ISBN
8
Preferit
3

Gràfics i taules