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Robert Cochrane is still one of the most controversial figures in contemporary witchcraft nearly 40 years after his death. This books details his letters dealing with magical/Craft topics written to Joe Wilson, founder of the 1734 Tradition in the USA, Norman Gills, a traditional witch and 'cunning man' of the old type with Romany ancestry and William 'Bill' Gray, well known in the 1960s as a writer on the Cabbala and a ceremonial magician. Although copies of some of these letters have been passed around and broadcast on the Internet over the years, they have become jumbled and as a result all kinds of misinformation has arisen about their origin and authorship. In 2001 Cochrane's surviving widow legally handed over the copyright of all his correspondence, writings, artwork and articles to Evan John Jones who was a member of Cochrane's coven in the 1960s and is the past magister of the Clan of Tubal Cain. The desicion was take to publish these letters, except for a few of a very personal nature, together with notes to explain their contents and place them in their historical context - this book is the result.
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