Balkan Traditional Witchcraft

Published in English for the first time, this groundbreaking book by Radomir Ristic is a compilation of historical data, anthropological studies, and the authors own experiences and interviews with the Witches of the Balkans. Covering both theory and practice, the book gives a complete system of Balkan Traditional Witchcraft. English translation by Michael C. Carter, Jr. More

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Published by Pendraig Publishing
Words: 90,250
Language: English
ISBN: 9781936922345
About Radomir Ristic

Radomir Ristic is a published author from southeast Europe. He is proficient in southeast European traditions as well as some Middle East, African and south-American ones.

He was born in Serbia, where he graduated in the authorised training centre for Autodesk, Centre Group; as a programmer of applicative animation. After getting in touch with old Balkan traditions like Witchcraft, folk paganism, shamanism and folk medicine, he decided to continue his education by studying ethnology and anthropology.

Radomir also attends all kind of courses in mythology, folklore and psychoanalysis, gooing to lectures and field trips all over the Balkans. He does interviews with Cunningfolk, Witches, Shamans, Healers, Herbalists and folk Clairvoyants, in order to find out about their traditions and their world view today, in the rural regions of the Balkans.

During his travels he has been introduced to two different Serbian traditions and one Vlachian, but he writes about many others also. He often shares his field discoveries with scientists. Based on the data available from literature, field discoveries, personal experiences and consultations and interviews with historians, anthropologists, occultists and mystics, he writes his books some of which are: "Balkan traditional witchcraft", "Mystery of Witchcraft", and "The Last European Shamans". Besides writing books, Radomir also publishes his articles in "The Crooked Path Journal" and "The Cauldron" magazine.

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