Author: Morgan Daimler
Publisher: Moon Books
Pages: 257, including appendices, bibliography and endnotes.
Synopsis: An in-depth manual for practicing Fairy Witchcraft, including theology, fairy-lore, rituals, holidays and magical practices. This book aims to pick up where Pagan Portals – Fairy Witchcraft leaves off and teach interested people the comprehensive practices of this system of honoring the Fairy Folk and liminal Gods by blending the old Fairy Faith with modern Paganism.
Review: *DISCLAIMER* I’m not a follower of the Fairy Faith but I am very curious to see whether the practices are the same as the ones I use here when dealing with what I call the Land Spirits here in Kuwait. (The closest translation of the Arabic name)
I think this book is the usual Morgan Daimler book. Meaning that it is the perfect blend of research and practice. Anyone interested in Fairy Witchcraft can pick up this book, read through it and immediately get the basics of the practice then go on and make it their own. Daimler talks about all aspects of the practice from theology, to practical things like divination and feast celebrations. And as usual the chapters on prayers, rituals, and dreaming and meditation all have Morgan’s personal touch.
I really appreciate the personal touches in all of Morgan’s books. This one is no different.