Draw on your inner darkness and unlock the secrets of the Hidden Kingdom

Whether your demons are ancient spirits or demons of your own making, you must confront them in order to reclaim the power they have stolen. Guiding you through enchantments, demonic rituals, divine possession, necromancy, and occultus maleficum, this book helps you cultivate and explore your forsaken shadows.

When you peer behind the veil of comfort and face your most powerful fears, you can truly begin to refine and strengthen your own magical will.
In Forbidden Mysteries of Faery Witchcraft, you will learn how to:

• Summon primal underworld goddesses of the elemental powers

• Walk the bone road and help trapped spirits cross over

• Become a worthy vessel for divine possession

• Perform as an oracle, speaking the wisdom of the gods on earth

• Cast and break curses, the dark art of offensive magic

The powerful techniques of the Faery Tradition of Witchcraft await.
Through these rituals, you will glimpse the secret inner workings of nature herself
and open the doorway to unimagined sources of energy.

“In centuries past this book would have been called a Grimoire. It contains spells, occult symbols, mysterious words of power, rituals. All the content of a Grimoire. But there the similarity ends, for the Grimoires, ranging from medieval to Renaissance, were mostly impossible to use. Either they were activated by a lost oral tradition or, by the 17th century they were simply sensationalist books botched together, and printed quickly with many errors, to sell (not so different from many today!). Storm Faerywolf writes so that we can understand, use, practice, and be informed in specific active magical work. The words Grimoire (medieval), Gramarye (poetic romantic), and Grammeree (folkloric term for Magic) are all derived from a root word that becomes Grammar. While the grammar of Grimoires was often incomprehensible the grammar of this book is clear. It describes what can be done, tells you how to do it, and what you might experience from doing it…even if it is not what you would expect. There is enough Grammeree here to last the magical practitioner a long time. Take that step of abandonment into these Forbidden Mysteries, and you will not regret it.”

–R J Stewart

“What strikes me about Storm Faerywolf’s work in the Craft is that it is highly innovative, yet still stands firmly in the Feri Tradition.  This book continues his personal work of holding tension between innovation and tradition.”

Grandmaster of the Feri Tradition,
and archivist for the Victor & Cora Anderson archive

“Storm has gifted the occult community with yet another treasure box of tools. But far from a dry primer, this book is a poetic dance through the most powerful work of Witchcraft leaving the reader ready to inhale the art of Magick.”

–Courtney Weber,
author of “Brigid: History, Mystery, and Magick of the Celtic Goddess”
and “Tarot for One: The Art of Reading for Yourself.”

“In his latest book “Forbidden Mysteries of Faery Witchcraft”, Storm artfully explores and constructively illuminates the often-misunderstood shadow aspects of Witchcraft. Weaving between myth, poetry, history, and ritual, Storm guides the reader through the liminal realms of our multifaceted world. In the darkness, we encounter divine beings, elemental spirits, the Mighty Dead, and the keys to understanding ourselves and claiming our own power. With practical exercises, Storm lays out essential tools that a Witch needs to experience magic and these mysteries on their own. Those seeking to deepen their practice will definitely be both challenged and inspired.”

–Laura Tempest Zakroff,
author of “Sigil Witchery”, and “The Witch’s Cauldron”

“Storm Faerywolf’s “Forbidden Mysteries of Faery Witchcraft” provides a unique, compelling, synergistic, and deliciously “edgy” view of Faery Tradition and Witchcraft.  He gives considerable attention to primal and chthonic aspects of both traditions and how they marry within his practice, especially working with the underworld. In my view as a Faery Seer, in this time of human complexity and looming ecological disaster, no spiritual or magical work is more important. However, the underworld has been neglected at best, villainized at worst and this has diminished our understanding of our deep-nature, and our shared foundations. His exercises provide the reader with a means to encounter their reflection in the darkness, so they may unearth what is hidden, till what is fertile, encounter what is powerful, and engage with the enchanted. Such treasures are surely forbidden mysteries!”

–Orion Foxwood

“I love this book. I’ve read through it twice and have done quite a few of the exercises myself. This book is geared toward the experienced practitioner who has plenty of experience interacting with spirits. Storm’s excellent guidance through the exercises and deeply reflective thoughts on human and divine nature will take you through potentially transformative experiences, if you allow it. Storm assists the reader in confronting those aspects of ourselves that are usually hidden, sometimes feared, and often ignored. If this isn’t how we should approach shadow work then perhaps we’re doing it incorrectly.”

author of the “Gardnerian Librarian” blog on Patheos