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Crowdsourcing Mornings: Dreams Of Witches — The Treadwell’s Selection


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Free, pagan, transgressive: worshippers of Pan, devotees of Diana. The men and woman who meet under a full moon in the wild woods danced, sing, made music and made love; in the home they make potions and mutter spells, be it to curse or cure. The witch image infused the European imagination down the centuries, appearing in court records, prose and poetry. The impulse the literature described finally became a practised mystery religion in the twentieth century, in the form of Wicca as it coalesced in the New Forest in the 1930s and 30s. The poems and passages in this book illustrate the supportive imagination of the New Forest Coven and its most famous initiate, Gerald Gardner. They date from the late medieval period through the Edwardian age, and all were instrumental, influential – inspiring early pagans, and hopefully, too, readers today.

We produce DREAMS OF WITCHES by CHRISTINA OAKLEY HARRINGTON in three different editions. Whether hand-bound in cloth, the elegant hardcover or the fine softcover, every book is made with utmost care and attention to detail. The Artisan edition is hand-numbered. They’re made to be enjoyed today and passed down as an heirloom for years to come.

As of November 29th, this project has raised $53,000 of their $22,640 goal. This project has 16 days left to raise as much as it can. For a pledge of $32, you will get one softcover book.  For a pledge of $57, you will get one hardcover book.  To learn more and to pledge money, go to:

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