Rediscover the sacred nature of sex, pleasure, and the divine erotic and deepen your power as a witch and magic worker.
Rediscover the sacred nature of sex, pleasure, and the divine erotic in Halo Quin’s Crimson Craft, a guide for sexual magic and a tool for personal healing, spell-casting, and devotional practices in witchcraft. By theorizing the ethics of embodiment and pleasure within these practices, Quin provides exploratory exercises and tips for taking them further, and safely, with a partner. Crimson Craft is an introduction not only to archetypes, deities, and divine powers but also to the context and benefits of using kink in ritual and creative writing, inviting you - the witch and magic-worker - to deepen your understanding of sexual magic’s possibilities and sweetness.
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Suffice it to say, I needed this book! Halo Quin has the innate ability to write in such a way that I can tangibly feel their words in my body; in other words, their writing touches me. This was especially so with Crimson Craft, which guides readers to manifest the magic of the Red Witch through practical exercises, revealing and celebrating the Divine Erotic in the sensuality of life, and create magic! Readers are invited to embark on an healing journey, guided by the author’s characteristic voice, whereby taboos are deconstructed, eros is unleashed and embraced, and Divinity is found in the sensual union of body and spirit. ~ Olivia Church, author of Pagan Portals: Isis - Great of Magic, She of 10,000 Names and Pagan Portals: Sekhmet - Lady of Flame, Eye of Ra.
The cleverly laid out design of Quin’s 'Crimson Craft' ensures that not only does the reader develop an intellectual and spiritual understanding of Sex Magick as the book unfolds, but also allows the understanding of the practitioner to build with responsible foundations being laid at our feet as we step into the journey that is to come. A tantalising cocktail of academia and sexual expression as you turn each page. Beautifully and respectfully written most inclusively. ~ Mandi See, author of ‘Sex Magick – A Guide For The Modern Witch'
A beautiful, thoughtful and inspiring book of true magic. I loved it. ~ Cat Treadwell, Pagan Priestess and author of ‘A Druid’s Tale’