Penned by the subject's wife after his passing, this biography chronicles Feri tradition teacher Victor H. Anderson's early life in New Mexico and Oregon. Sharing personal stories about his family, upbringing, and spiritual development, this volume also includes questions and answers that Feri students posed to the author about her husband along with her surprisingly candid replies. The record explores Victor's roots in pre-Gardnerian American Witchcraft, folk magic, and mysticism--what ultimately became the Feri tradition. "Feri Proverbs" are also included, collected by the author and her students from Victor himself during their many years together as well as rare letters that the subject wrote addressing his beliefs and values.
Product code: BEDKD
Publisher: Marion Street Press Inc.
Dimensions: 21.7cm x 13.9cm
Publish date: 01/10/2012
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