Robin Artisson


Robin Artisson has been studying folklore and supernaturalism and practicing sorcery- in the true historical meaning of the word- for 14 years now, which is far longer than most people said he'd survive. He's from South Louisiana, of Bernician (Anglo-Pictish) heritage, but also of Irish, Cajun and Sicilian descent. He grew up in the shadow of the last home of active and accepted supernaturalism in the United States: New Orleans, and the entire hairy, scary regions far south. Katrina? Fuck Katrina! The Spirit of the Great Sultan of the South has endured many hard blows of Fate before, and will endure forever.

Robin is an herbalist, a devoted deep ecologist and animist, and a skilled practitioner of trance-healing and divination. By this, we mean to say that Robin spends a good deal of time inducing altered states of consciousness whereby he may (at times) interact with extra-sensory reality for the purposes of finding guidance for himself or others, or for healing purposes. He performs these works as an Owl-Doctor or healer (some say "witch") of pretty decent folkloric learning, given to a mind of animistic principles.

Robin is a learned holistic healer, augurist, reader of omens, and a skilled dream interpreter. He is passionately in love with chess, very dark ale, sushi, religious philosophy and debate, historical re-enactment activities, occult studies, historical books and research, systems theory, the Robin of Sherwood BBC series (that is not the source of his name, however) and writing. He is a father and husband, and a student of life.

Robin holds a BA in European History/Anthropology, an MA in Criminal Justice and Policy Science, and an MA in Marriage and Family Therapy. He currently works in the field of Trouble and Pernicious Mischief, all alongside his writing, of course. He has written (currently) four books and countless articles online and in various publications. Chances are, if you've hung around the "pagan" internet, (such that it is) you've heard of him.

Where to find Robin Artisson online

Where to buy in print


The Resurrection of the Meadow
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 23,750. Language: English. Published: July 29, 2012 by Pendraig Publishing. Categories: Nonfiction » New Age » Witchcraft & wicca
This full, self-contained working grimoire is a system of sorcery relying on the ancient spiritual aesthetic of the Faery-Faith and the Metaphysics of Elfhame- interaction with the Unseen world through spirit-forms or fetch-bodies of non-human persons that merge with the land around us. Steeped in folklore and an older form of deep ecology, it is a powerful work of Art for the discerning occulter
The Witching Way of the Hollow Hill A Sourcebook of Hidden Wisdom, Folklore,Traditional Paganism, and Witchcraft
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 115,970. Language: English. Published: July 24, 2012 by Pendraig Publishing. Categories: Nonfiction » New Age » Witchcraft & wicca
Author and traditional witch Robin Artisson explores mystical themes from the perspective of The Old Faiths and pre-Christian metaphysical impulses of Europe and the British Isles. Bringing a new perspective to these ancient practices and making them more accessible, this book is a key to the door that leads into the mythical dimension of each person, and every feature of the sacred landscape.
The Horn of Evenwood A Grimoire of Sorcerous Operations, Charms, and Devices of Witchery
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 52,530. Language: English. Published: June 19, 2012 by Pendraig Publishing. Categories: Nonfiction » New Age » Witchcraft & wicca
The Horn of Evenwood, Also called ‘The Master’s Book of Conjury’ or ‘The Witchfather’s Bloodless Bones’, is a true book of Art, a Grimoire of sorcerous operations, charms, and devices of Witchery. Based on well-worn patterns and operations of Traditional sorcery and European Witchcraft from the 16th-19th centuries, this manual of magical arts provides a complete working system of Craft-sorcery.
The Flaming Circle - A Reconstruction of the Old Ways of Britain and Ireland
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 130,190. Language: English. Published: May 20, 2012 by Pendraig Publishing. Categories: Nonfiction » New Age » Witchcraft & wicca
A full working reconstruction of the pre-Christian polytheistic religious perspectives and practices of Pagan Britain and Ireland is ‘taught‘ in the pages of this book, like a guidebook and a long letter/narrative being sent from father to children.

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