Garter, Thistle & Hatchet

Garter, Thistle & Hatchet

 

April del Campo has studied ceremonial magick and The Western Mystery Tradition for 27 memorable years. She recognizes the lack of more feminine voices in a predominantly male dominated system. Though she is normally quiet and reserved, she is still finding her voice in the written word. This endeavor of stepping outside of her comfort zone, she feels is something of an initiatory process which will ultimately bring a voice that is largely absent. Mrs del Campo is hoping to bring a unique perspective to an old practice. Understanding that nothing grows without new light being shone upon it.

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