Paperback Re-edition of ‘Crafting the Arte of Tradition’ by #ShaniOATES. To Purchase: https://goo.gl/kHrriS For more information: https://goo.gl/YrwffC 📜 ”Rex Nemorensis awaits the next challenger to his charge, one eye forward, one aft, as Janus – the gateway and doorkeeper. The Fisher King, now healed in a mystical twist of Fate, asserts a timeless cycle to serve Fate, to be, before and beyond, the discarnate mentor and messenger to his People. To continue to ‘know,’ as he peers forth across the vastness of time, one-to-another. Questors may come and go, seeking – ever desirous of an audience with the sacrificial King, hopefully finding an end to their own quest for the Graal’s discovery, hidden in plain sight within the walls of His sanctuary. And so, it is decreed how they fail to note the Tree within the Thing : Her sacred enclosure. Corral of the Unicorn, manifest symbol of the beast whose love for the Maid, the beautiful Lady of Fate, casts unyielding wasteland upon that fabled paradise – through His blood, spilt upon Her veil, those gardens bloom again. Her veil blinds all profane eyes to its Mystery.” ~Shani Oates, Crafting the Arte of Tradition, Anathema Publishing, 2018. #anathemapublishing #independentpublisher #books#occultism #occult #esotericism #luciferianism#hermeticism #mysteryarte #traditionalcraft #gnosis #rareoccultbooks #occultpublishers #witchcraft #paganism #magick #esotericbooks#mysticism#alchemy#gnostic#lucifer #esotericliterature #occultbooks #finetypography#tradcraft
***VIDEO COMING FRIDAY, JUNE 28th 9:00 MT*** Come for the journey and explore Camp Wolftrack (a children’s wilderness camp), a brief Ottoman history and their traditional bows, and find out why our crafters today think it’s so important for the children to learn these skills and practices. It’s been a fun journey, and an experience of a lifetime! Some tremendous shoutouts and huge Thanks yous to the following: @furkangngr @inuits.leather.works @toprakbicak @faysalsaguc @dogadaki_cheff @egokesaoglu @serdarkilic_ @campwolftrack . . To our family and dearest friends here and at home, thank you for your ongoing support and love. . . To our sponsors, and our biggest mentors and the ones who inspire us daily: @northern.traditions.podcast and @tawodi.nature.school we thank you for being part of this project and helping grow this community and movement. . . . . . #thewildstuff#thewildstuffgoesglobal#craft#traditionalcraft#wildcraft#bushcraft#knifecraft#leathercraft#camp#fire#firecooking#campfood#wildernessculture#teachthekids#keepthemwild#happytrails
Getting the flow It's interesting to start something pretty much from scratch. This is probably only the tenth thing that I have turned end grain. What do you guys think? Starting something totally new can be a bit daunting. Nailing down a design can be even more daunting and can take a while. You'll see over the next few weeks how these cups are going to change. It's kind of an ever changing development until something sticks. I know a lot of people draw things out and stick to their plans. I do this to some extent but a lot of the time I step up to the lathe with an idea in my head and then see how it works. It is important to me to not produce derivative work. The guys who have been making cups for a while do a great job at what they make so I am aiming for something a little different.
Add a touch of Africa to your lodge or home with these intricately woven Binga stools and side tables. Did you know that the Tonga people live along the Zambezi River and the patterns on their products ‘often reflect elements of their river culture’? The stools and side tables are hollow inside and can be packed with smaller items for easier shipping. ⬅️Swipe left to see the underside of one of the stools