Based on the interest of our readers, we are honoured to announce the first print of the book summarising the second year of Femme Occulte creation.
Liber Magicae II is the natural conclusion of the 2021 series, which looked in depth into magical pyramid - Knowledge, Courage, Will and Silence - thereby tying everything together by adding the Goal.
We hope Liber Magicae II to allow for more complex and comprehensive studies and practice with Femme Occulte, while bringing new insights and offering additional material and information. You will find here some advice for the seeking beginner, but above all chapters for the advanced practitioner who want a new deeper experience.
Liber Magicae II contains:
All Femme Occulte chapters from year 2021, edited, organised into the thematic sections
Several more chapters exclusive to the book
Sections: Ritual Practice, Czech Magick, Astrology, Magical Pyramid, Natural Magic, Old Path, Liminal Witchcraft, Divination Methods
Appendices: Reviews, Symbolism of Illustrations, In our Garden Grow, Recommended Literature and Other Sources
Complete description of oracles: Runes, Lenormand, Geomancy
Bibliography with over 250 titles and sources
Over 400 pages
Original colourful photography
Over 100 BW and colourful hand drawn illustrations
4 hand drawn DIY ritual stories
Sewn mechanically (V8) in vegan leather, with golden embossing
Finished product may vary from the picture.
Rhoda (text, design, photography, production)
An airy fairy seeking inspiration for everyday life among clouds of fragrant smoke. She deals mainly with the folk magick of Slavic ancestors but sometimes also dives into the waters of occultism. She seeks inspiration for practice, mainly in historical sources.
Belladonna (text, illustration, photography, translation, corrections)
A vlogger and artist experiencing the mystery of motherhood. She has long approached witchcraft from the position of an eclectic hedge witch. She prefers to reflect on philosophy, metaphysics, psychology, cognitive religion, and the sacred in the wetlands. She always manifests her muses into the matter under the will of nature. She is the creatrix of Stromocculum, the tree oracle.
Datura (text, translation, photography)
Datura works with plants by creating magical compositions both in her practice and profession. She studied aromatherapy and focuses on Renaissance occultism in a modern form, herbalism, and the poison path in her spiritual/magical practice. She also devoted herself to Norse magick, Eastern spirituality, and is initiated to the second degree of reiki.
Oleander (text, corrections)
A storyteller who applies astrology in real life combined with psychology, self-development, and mythology. Cosmopolitan who feels at home among the stars.
Papaver (text, translation, corrections)
Pilgrim seeking a glimpse of mystery both in magic and science, in the woods and temples, behind closed eyes and in books. A solitary student of kabbalah, a Wiccan with wings spread all over the world and a member of the Brotherhood of Wolves firmly rooted in her motherland.
Aconitum (text, translation, scenting our magazines)
An admirer of traditional craft that walks on ancient paths. She engages in witchcraft in its traditional form, in deep connection with nature, with its cycles: life and death. She is the creator of ritual products of the Old Path, with which she works in accordance with ancient powers and mysteries under the brand of Cottage Witch Apothecary.
An eternal student, seeking good, truth and beauty in the world and beyond. He believes the greatest spells are miracles hidden behind the veil of mundaneness. He is interested in history, especially antiquity, because he believes the elders knew more. After all, they were closer to the Beginning. His faith is philosophy, especially that Plato passed on who was the first to speak of ideas as the eternal prototypes of all things. He is a dreamer who believes the Truth hides in silence.
An adept of Faustian Hermeticism, floating between a library and a magical oratory. A lone rider with perseverance in his hands and a relentless desire in his blood, tirelessly searching for a spring that would quench his thirst for hermetic knowledge. In his research, he reveals transcendent ideas that are hidden among the lines of esoteric masters’ teachings. In Femme Occulte, he writes chapters on Hermeticism and matters connected to it.
Colchicum (text, translation)
A follower of the reconstructed Indo-European tradition with an undying love for professional and unarmed literature. A lover of ancient Greek witchcraft, Persian myths, and Slavic folk culture, who seeks a balance between irrational fascination and rational worldview, and believes that Sacred has never disappeared from the world.