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Shock! The Black Dog of Bungay

By Dr David Waldron and Christopher Reeve

The tale of the Black Dog of Bungay and the infamous attack on the church of St Marys in 1577, has inspired and fascinated residents and visitors to the town for centuries along with tales of Black Shuck the Ghostly Dog of Norfolk. To this day sightings of the Black Dog are common through the region and form an integral part of local folklore and myth. At the same time, the history of the legend itself tells its own tale of the town of Bungay and how the community has responded to crisis through local folklore and myth. This book, a collaborative effort between local historian Christopher Reeve and historian and anthropologist Dr David Waldron, traces the rise of this story from its origins in the trauma of the English Reformation to the contemporary era where it has become a central part of Bungay's communal and civic identity and a colourful and intriguing aspect of local folklore.
ISBN: 978-0-9555237-7-9

Ten Years of Triumph of the Moon

Ten years on from the groundbreaking Triumph of the Moon: A history of Modern Pagan Witchcraft by Professor Ronald Hutton, a selection of worldwide scholars, some 'big names; some newer in the field, with nearly two centuries of hands-on pagan research experience between them, present a collection of researches inspired by, deriving from or just celebrating the immense impact of that seminal book. The topics cover many historical periods, many academic disciplines and it provides a wealth of information of use to academic scholar and interested freelance reader alike. Includes an extended essay by Ronald Hutton on the history of such scholarship, the state of it today and some of his thoughts for the future.Contributions by: Ronald Hutton, Amy Hale, Sabina Magliocco, Dave Green, Henrik Bogdan, Phillip Bernhardt-House, R.A. Priddle, Geoffrey Samuel, Caroline Tully & Dave Evans.
ISBN: 978-0-9555237-5-5

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Toastar! Further Adventures in Chaos Magick

by Francis Breakspear
Contains strong concepts, dark humour and a few hard lessons. Not for New-Agers, Minors, Meanies, Minions or Moaners. As before, fluffy Wiccans will loathe this…

If It Was Easy, Everyone Would Be Doing It...

by Francis Breakspear
This is NOT a self-help book….. So you want to learn about magic? Hell, how and where do you start? Here’s how. The author has been working as a magician in Britain for over 25 years, and this book is a distillation of huge practical experience and teaching.

The History of British Magick After Crowley

by Dave Evans
Not just a book about the history of magic, this research places magicians and their work into the broader society that we all live in, and shows how that magic has always been a part of our culture.


by Francis Breakspear
This book of  practical ‘Results Magick’ sprang from a brief conversation about cunning folk, the European village sorcerers of old, and how they might do their work today.

Aleister Crowley and the 20th Century Synthesis of Magick

by Dave Evans
Both a professional academic researcher and practising magician, Dr Dave Evans delves into modern history to present a serious, but accessible and fascinating work, based on research work done for a Master of Arts degree on the history and literature of British magic, focussing especially on Aleister Crowley.


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