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Magic and Witchery in the Modern West pp Cite as. Those positioning themselves under this banner are members of a disparate array of magico-religious traditions, from forms of modern Paganism and Wicca to those operating within a Luciferian theology.
Among the most prominent Traditional Craft groups is the Cultus Sabbati, a group established in the early s by the English occultist Andrew D. Chumbley — While comparatively little academic research has been conducted into Chumbley and his Sabbatic tradition, this chapter seeks to rectify this by representing the first scholarly exploration of his life, based on an examination of his writings and the recollections of those who knew him. Skip to main content.
Andrew D Chumbley
Andrew D. Chumbley 15 September — 15 September was an English practitioner and theorist of magic , and a writer, poet and artist. Chumbley published several limited edition books through his private press Xoanon Publishing, and had many articles printed in occult magazines. Their subject was the doctrine and practice of a tradition of sorcery which he called ' Sabbatic Craft ', a term which, according to Chumbley, "describes the way in which elements of witch-lore, Sabbath mythology and imagery were being employed in the cunning-craft tradition into which I was originally inducted". Daniel A. Schulke succeeded him as Magister of Cultus Sabbati. In an obituary his close friend Michael Howard , a well-known occult writer and publisher of The Cauldron , described Chumbley as "a man of the land, rural in both birth and character.
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Andrew D. Chumbley