Synopses & Reviews
High Priestess is a fascinating account of a witch's life as a High Priestess of the Great Goddess.Patricia verifies the Craft's system of Degrees by providing proof of their usage in ancient times and gives startling evidence concerning the long-standing enigma of how Alex Sanders obtained the Book of Shadows, which he incorporated into his own brand of witchcraft. One of the most interesting parts of the book is her recollections of her friendships with occultists and witches such as William Gray, R. J. Stewart, Ray Bone, Ruth Wynn-Owen, and, of course, Gerald Gardner.
A fascinating account of a witch's life as a High Priestess of the Great Goddess during the British Craft revival of the 1960s and 1970s. A close friend and confidante of the late Gerald Gardner, she also knew the other prominent occultists and witches of the day (William Gray, R. J. Stewart, Ray Bone, Ruth Wynn-Owen).
About the Author
As one of the Western world's leading figures in the modern revival of witchcraft, Patricia Crowther was a close friend and confidante of the late Gerald Gardner who initiated her into the Craft of the Wise.