Unlock a trove of Celtic enchantment that is contemporary yet rich in ancient mythology and texts. Morpheus Ravenna's approach in The Magic of the Otherworld: Mordern Sorcery from the Wellspring of Celtic Traditions draws from Irish, British, Scottish, and Continental Celtic traditions, allowing you to use rituals and deity work for healing, empowerment, protection, social justice, and more. Learn about divination, sigil work, spirit alliances, and necromancy with a focus on spiritual hygiene, protection, and binding. Lavishly illustrated with Morpheus' drawings, this book will take your devotional and magical journeys to the next level.
Morpheus Ravenna (Pronouns: Sí/Hir) is a master of magic, art, and literature based in California's East Bay. Experienced in animist, folk magic, and Celtic polytheism, sí is a devotional practitioner of the Morrígan and an initiate in the Anderson Feri tradition of witchcraft. Additionally, sí co-founded and serves as a priest of the Coru Cathubodua Priesthood. Ravenna works as a tattoo artist, and sí produces artwork and sorcerous items in multiple artistic styles. Sí also enjoys competing in medieval armoured combat and is enthusiastic about spear usage.