Written by Tamarin Laurel, Initiation at Beltane weaves a story of magical training through Faerie tradition, Celtic Shamanism, Witchcraft and Arthurian legend to provide practical magical instruction within visionary fiction.
Initiation At Beltane by Tamarin Laurel, signed
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- Witchcraft based on Faerie tradition, Celtic Shamanism, Witchcraft and Arthurian legend 🧚♀️
- 320 Pages 📘
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