This practical guide to Witchcraft both embraces and celebrates queer men through an impressive collection of spells, rituals, and exercises. The Satyr’s Kiss empowers everyone who identifies as male to take his rightful place at the center of his own universe, honoring the unique qualities that set him apart from the mainstream. Emphasizing the importance of sexuality in Witchcraft, this book features a variety of methods for celebrating sex in a magical way.
Join Storm Faerywolf on a queer-centered exploration of magical philosophy, history, rites of passage, and sex magic. He provides an abundance of spells that aid everything from communication and confidence to romance and sexual protection. This book also showcases rituals and exercises related to initiation, gender polarity, sex with spirits, celebrating pride, and more.
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“Storm Faerywolf has given us a road map and guidebook for grounding the gay men’s spiritual journey in an active practice that is at once political, spiritual and profound. It is joy to read! Faerywolf takes the reader on his personal journey making it clear why the queer myths, symbols and spiritual practices known since antiquity and across cultures, can be significant for today’s gay man. We whole heartedly recommend The Satyr’s Kiss: Queer Men, Sex Magic, and Modern Witchcraft.”
–Randy P. Conner and David Hatfield Sparks
Authors of “Encyclopedia of Queer Myth, Symbol and Spirit”,
and “Queering Creole Spiritual Traditions: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Participation in African-Inspired Traditions in the Americas”
“I was surprised by how deeply this book spoke to me. Some parts you may disagree with, some may even anger you, but it will definitely make you think. Every gay Pagan man should have a copy of The Satyr’s Kiss. The rites can be adapted to your own tradition or can be the foundation for an entirely new and complete tradition as Storm presents them in his book.”
– Alaric Albertsson,
Author of “To Walk a Pagan Path”,
“A Handbook of Saxon Sorcery & Magic”,
and “Travels Through Middle Earth”
“In Storm’s most recent contribution to the magickal field, we are taken on a brilliantly bewitching journey into the sacred implications of what it means to be Queer. Whatever variety of Queer you find yourself, this finely crafted and compassionate book ushers us into both our personal wisdom and empowerment. It is time to reclaim our holy roles in this world! This book is revolutionary, touching on subjects never before explored in a modern metaphysical sense. This book exemplifies a freedom we have never experienced in the modern world: there is nothing like The Satyr’s Kiss. This work balances a solid foundation in historical academia while invoking modern Witchcraft in a realistic and empowering light. This book brought me to tears and is one I will treasure all my life.”
– Raven Digitalis,
author of “The Empath’s Oracle and Esoteric Empathy”
“Thought provoking, tastefully presented, and thorough, The Satyr’s Kiss is an informative and practical guide for not only sex magic, but also for a more fully realized craft practice. Tailored to meet the needs of queer men seeking methods of tapping into their personal magic, this book is filled with insight, experienced-based advice, and a variety of unique and useful spells and rituals. This work serves as both an enlightening and valuable resource for the queer witchcraft community.”
– Michael Furie,
author of “The Witch’s Book of Potions”
“For queer folks learning the magical ins and outs of witchcraft, there comes a time when we ask ourselves, “Is queer witchcraft just all about making modifications to hetero witchcraft? Where are all the queer spells and insight crafted by and for queer witches?”… Well, THIS is the book where they all are. From his prodigious research and own sage experience in the Craft as a queer man, himself, Storm Faerywolf has blazed a new trail for queer men exploring the Craft that speaks directly to the queer male experience in a refreshingly inclusive way for this new era in queer history. If you’re looking to add more authentic gay male magic into your life… or even into your bedroom… “The Satyr’s Kiss” is the book for you!”
– Tomás Prower,
Author of “Queer Magic: LGBT+ Spirituality and Culture from Around the World”
“Finally, a grimoire that empowers, challenges and inspires Queer men to stand in the magical potentiality of our Queerness. Storm guides the reader on a rollercoaster ride through queer magic and sexual expression and connection, in a refreshing and uplifting manner. At times this book is raw, profoundly emotional, and had me punching the air in delight. To then, turn a page and the stark historical struggles of our people brings tears to the eyes and shatters the heart into a red mist. However, this is a necessary book, with an essential wisdom that is seeded by Storm’s impeccable writing and aptitude as a proficient and inspiring Warlock.
This book is not only a grimoire of powerful practices and rituals but a guide to the exploration of the Queer psyche in a new and exciting way that empowers and uplifts. In addition, Storm guides the reader to reevaluate and rediscover a dynamic new way of connecting to, and creating relationships with powerful Queer archetypes. Deeply provocative and deliciously expressive – I could not put this book down. Your eyes – and your loins – are in for an exquisite ride that will transform your magical practice and your perception of Queer men in Occulture.”
Chief of the Anglesey Druid Order,
Author of “From the Cauldron Born”, “The Book of Celtic Magic”, and the man behind the wig of Welsh language television Drag Queen, Maggi Noggi.
“Readers looking to explore the powerful connections between queer male identity and the worlds of witchcraft and magic will find much to challenge and arouse them in this celebration of gay sexuality. Faerywolf provides an accessible blueprint for creating a queer-centric practice and hands-on techniques for powerful workings designed to uplift, empower, and enlighten.”
–Michael Thomas Ford,
author of “The Path of the Green Man”
“[T]his is the book I wish I’d had when I was younger. It’s a solid compendium of history, biography, rituals, and spells centered around the queer male experience, and the descriptions he includes of gay male Pagan and Witchcraft traditions are both informative and objective. I am going to feel very comfortable recommending The Satyr’s Kiss to incoming Minoan students, as well as to any gay Witches who are searching for a better understanding of the power inherent to their own unique liminality.”
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