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W21AC. Pearson, O, & T.Harrill, The Mountain & the Stream: Rural Animism and Pagan Practices, 1st edition, Windgather Publishing 2017, 8vo, blue cloth with gilt titles to spine, number 21 of a limited edition of 100 copies, each signed by the authors on the limitation plate to the front end paper. Personal experience of two initiatory traditions of rural witchcraft, one from the Cheshire hills, the other from Tuscany, both of which give new insight into the history of traditional witchcraft through comparitive study. Out of print and already quite scarce in this limited hard cover issue, near mint in like d/w £30

W022AAB. (St George, E.A), The Devil’s Prayer Book, by a Witch, 1st edition, Rigel Press 1974, 8vo, black cloth with gilt titles to spine, 71pp, with an introduction by Peter West. Published following the author’s disillusionment with Wicca, this work is historically important as the first public ‘expose’ of a Wiccan ‘Book of Shadows’ together with other related material, and although conforming in many ways to aspects of both Gardnerian and Alexandrian tradition, displays considerable variations, some of which can be traced within Romany lore. Upper corners bumped with some creasing, together with faint crease marks to upper page corners throughout, but otherwise a near fine clean and tight copy of the first and only hard cover edition, which is now increasingly scarce £45

W22C. Seabrook, W, Witchcraft, 1942, Sphere pbk. 1970, 351pp, with a few illustrations in the text; chiefly concerned with witchcraft and magic investigated by the author in the 20th century, European, African, and American.  Reading crease to spine, edges of covers rubbed in places, edges of text block browned, some spotting to first and last leaf, text clean and tight, good + £6

W30. Williamson, H. R, The Arrow and the Sword, 1st edition, Faber 1947, 8vo, red cloth with gilt titles to spine, 18 + 182pp incl. Index; an enquiry into the nature of the deaths of William Rufus and Thomas Becket, with reflections on the nature of Medieval heresy, the author seeing the killings as being related to Margaret Murray's theories of divine kingship, and also includes material on Mithra, Cathars, and other related cults. A few minor marks to covers, rear board bowing slightly, spine a little faded, previous owners inscription and book plate to front end paper, minor spotting to edges of text block and the odd margin, text clean and tight, good + £8