Credits, Links, Bibliography, and Copyright

All Posts, with the exception of “Asides” and numerically footnoted sections whose sole content is a quote, are original works and are Copyright 2011–2013 by Ravemore’s Notes. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. All Posts on this website are authorized for reproduction, modification, distribution, or republication as long as credit is given to the author.

(1) Samhain Invocation was adapted from Doreen Valiente’s “Witchcraft For Tomorrow”

(2) My “Craft Laws” have been adapted from Traditional Cornish Witchcraft. Original sourced material can be found at . Many of them resonated with me, fit well with my world-view, and have been integrated seamlessly.

(3) Robin Artisson. His works are wonderful beyond words, his insight deep… He is an author of both on-line works and the printed page. He has my thanks for guiding me to my path.

(4) “Grieve’s Modern Herbal” Margaret Grieve, 1931.

(5) “A Book of Pagan Prayer” Ceisiwr Serith, 2002.

(6) Information taken from British Goblins: Welsh Folk Lore, Fairy Mythology, Legends and Traditions By Wirt Sikes, 1881.

(7) Special thanks to Mike Nichols for his insight and wisdom.

(8) Adapted from “The Wiccan Rede”



(11)  Although I did not publish or adapt the test, and they allowed you to send your results to other people, and I only printed a small excerpt of my own results, I thought it prudent to refer to the publisher. Adapted and reproduced by special permission of the Publisher, Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Psychopathic Personality Inventory-Revised by Scott O. Lillienfeld, Ph.D., Copyright 2005 by PAR, Inc. Further reproduction is prohibited without permission of PAR, Inc.

(12) The Seven Deadly Sins: Then and Now. Sue Hill and Brittany Flokstra  9 January, 2005.

(13) Latin Charms of Medieval England: Verbal Healing in a Christian Oral Tradition, By Lea Olsan (1992) Lea Olsan is Professor of English and Foreign Languages at Northeast Louisiana University. She has recently written articles for the Encyclopedia of Medieval Folklore (“Medicine”) and for Medieval Germany: An Encyclopedia (“Magic”).

(14) Adapted from The Devil’s Penny Harbinger. An extremely interesting project that pulls old newspaper stories of the unexplained, mythology, etc. into a newspaper format for presentation.

(15) The Logomachy of Zos – Austin Osman Spare. Artist and Occult practitioner. December 30, 1886 – May 15, 1956.

(16) Adapted from a recipe by Kristen Hewitt, found at the 2010 Farmer’s Almanac.

(17) Many concepts go hand in hand with Left Hand philosophy.

(18) A Witches’ Bible, The Complete Witches’ Handbook. Janet and Stewart Farrar. Phoenix Publishing, 1981, 1984. Robert Hale LTD in UK.

(19)  Aleister Nacht

(20)  Sarah Lawless, The Witch of Forest Grove

(21) Rare Books & Special Collections, Hesburgh Libraries of Notre Dame, Ties to the new world, Lima Peru’s active Inquisition.


  1. Briggs, Katharine Mary (1976) An Encyclopedia of Fairies. New York, Pantheon Books. “Joint-eater” p. 243 ISBN 0-394-73467-X.
  2. Kirk, Robert; Lang, Andrew (28 December 2007). The Secret Commonwealth of Elves, Fauns and Fairies. Easy Reading Series. Aberfoyle, Scotland: Forgotten Books. p. 71.
  3. Joint-eater

(23) John Donne, 1624, Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions MEDITATION XVII. The Works of John Donne.


  1. Wierus’ Pseudomonarchia daemonum
  2. Collin de Plancy’s 1818 book Dictionnair Infernal
  4. The Goetia: The Lesser Key of Solomon the King (Clavicula Salomonis Regis) 1904 translation of the text by Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers.


(26) Ad Astra Perversum, Satanism, Sorcery and the Occult,