Apocalyptic Witchcraft is Peter Grey's call to arms to revolutionise witchcraft, to take it to radical and daring levels.
This is an angry book, an important book. In it, one of the most influential voices in magic today calls out for practising witches to become boldly daring in these extreme, apocalyptic times. He urges people out of the cosy circles in suburbia to the wild woods, from comfortable platitudes to embodied passions. Along the way he discusses the sabbat in dream, menstrual blood, wolves, the Devil and dangerous goddesses. The reader is urged to leap into a sublime landscape that ultimately reveals the witch. There is much to agree with, much to debate. This book is a fire-starter. In the opinion of Treadwell's, it is the most important witchcraft book of this decade.
UK: Scarlet Imprint, 2013. New, paperback, 181 pages.