Opuscula Magica I, the first volume of collected essays of Andrew Chumbley, took as its theme 'Witchcraft and the Sabbatic Tradition'. As a magical dominion, this latter term denotes a vibrant strand of Traditional Witchcraft emergent from the present-day magical order Cultus Sabbati, of which Chumbley served as Magister from 1991 until his death in 2004. These articles served as an exegetic periphery to his seminal magical text Azoetia: A Grimoire of the Sabbatic Craft (Xoanon 1992, 2002). Amongst their varying concerns are practices of Traditional Witchcraft operative within the Cultus, from the simple spell-craft of the Knotted Cord charm —originating in English folk-sorcery— to more advanced rites of sexual vision-induction. Importantly, the works identify the Dream and Dream-sorcery as a key feature distinguishing the Sabbatic Arcanum from other forms of Witchcraft.
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