Bibliography

The Sabbatic Tradition is embodied by its community of living initiates, and by the works emanating directly from the Cultus Sabbati through Xoanon. For the student and researcher wishing to augment their knowledge, the following titles are recommended, published by Three Hands Press:

Opuscula 2

Opuscula Magica Volume 1: Essays on Witchcraft and The Sabbatic Tradition
by Andrew D. Chumbley

Opuscula Magica Volume 2: Essays on Witchcraft and Crooked Path Sorcery
by Andrew D. Chumbley

The Leaper Between: An Historical Study of the Toad Bone Amulet
by Andrew D. Chumbley

Veneficium: Magic, Witchcraft and the Poison Path
By Daniel A. Schulke

Idolatry Restor’d
By Daniel A. Schulke

West Country Witches
By Michael Howard

By Moonlight and Spirit Flight
By Michael Howard

Other occult texts which bear relevance to the Sabbatic Tradition:

The Afflicted Mirror
By Peter Hamilton-Giles (Three Hands Press)

Aleister Crowley and The Hidden God
By Kenneth Grant (Starfire Publishing)

Cults of the Shadow
By Kenneth Grant (Starfire Publishing)

The Pillars of Tubal Cain
By Nigel Jackson and Michael Howard (Capall Bann)

The Witches Sabbath
By Austin Osman Spare (Fulgur)

Masks of Misrule
By Nigel Aldcroft Jackson (Capall Bann)

Call of the Horned Piper
By Nigel Aldcroft Jackson (Capall Bann)

Zos-Kia
By Gavin Semple (Fulgur)

Relevant scholarly works concerning the historical Witches Sabbat, cunning folk, and modern survivals of folk sorcery:

Ecstasies: Deciphering the Witches Sabbath
By Carlo Ginzburg

The Dream-Hunters of Corsica
By Dorothy Carrington

Cunning Folk and Familiar Spirits
By Emma Wilby

Strange Experience
By Lee Gandee

Dreamtime: Concerning the Boundary Between Wilderness and Civilization
By Hans-Peter Duerr

Ozark Magic and Folklore
By Vance Randolph

Witchcraft in the Southwest
By Marc Simmons

Shaman of Oberstdorf
By Wolfgang Behringer

Popular Religion in Late Anglo Saxon England: Elf Charms in Context
By Karen Louise Jolly