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A PLACE AT THE TABLE

In this long awaited sequel to All the King’s Children - the Human Legacy of Alex Sanders, Jimahl diFiosa brings together 16 new Alexandrian initiates from around the world who share their life stories candidly, holding nothing back. What is it like to be an initiate of one of the most respected branches of traditional witchcraft in the world today? What were the life circumstances that led each of them to this particular path? What challenges did they face on their journey? The tales derive from the UK, Poland, Brazil, Portugal, South Africa and the USA. The stories told will transport readers from the haunted streets of New Orleans, to the ancient cathedrals of Italy, to remote European forests, to “Witch City USA”, and back in time to stand with Wendy, one of the first initiates in Alex and Maxine’s London coven. The stories told are inspiring. But they are also harrowing. A few of them may be difficult to read. Life is not always easy. Magically minded folks are not exempt from difficulties and challenges. But what makes these interviews so powerful is not that the tellers are Alexandrian initiates or even witches at all, but because each story is unapologetically human and therefore relatable to all. Each tale speaks to the resilience of human spirit, to the spark of hope in each of us that, despite adversity, moves us ever forward into a world of light, love, magic and limitless possibilities - to our place at the table.

A PLACE AT THE TABLE

“The seeker will benefit from the stories within these covers; the curious will find more than they anticipate and the experienced will probably chuckle at the mention of Alex’s sense of humour without which we would be rather dull witches.”


from Maxine Sanders, cofundadora da Tradição Alexandrina da Witchcraft

A PLACE AT THE TABLE

“Today there are thousands of books about witchcraft. Countless videos on YouTube and TikTok and an arsenal of photos on social media ready to dazzle new seekers and established practitioners alike. Every content creator or author is eager to grab the mic, get on stage, and define for the masses what they believe Art is. It is indeed very rare today to find a book ready to serve, particularly one that incorporates a fundamental tradition like the Alexandrian.

Jimahl diFiosa's new book, A Place at the Table, and its predecessor, All the King's Children, do just that, interweaving the stories and experiences of Alexandria's initiates. We are invited for a moment to peer into their unique experiences. From history to those who sit under the salt, the spell is cast. In this book, Jimahl continues to share the stories of our priesthood. He weaves a tapestry of beauty, freedom, and power that can always be found at the heart of our magic. This is a must-have book for anyone interested in the subject of Initiatory Art!”


in Brian Cain, High Priest of the Alexandrian Tradition of Witchcraft and author of the book "Initiation into Witchcraft"

“A Place at the Table by Jimahl DiFiosa continues his important work chronicling the legacy of Alex Sanders and the Alexandrian Tradition of Witchcraft with a collection of essays that lift up the voices of those who continue to illuminate this powerful path. I spent much of my magical life without knowing the secret flame veiled in the wisdom of initiatory witchcraft, not beginning that journey until later in life, and the tireless efforts 000000000222_de Jimahl helped to unravel some of these mysteries and continue to inspire countless potential initiates in this great work. Whether you are a seeker of that flame, a long-time initiate, or simply curious about the hidden histories of modern witchcraft, A Seat at the Table should be on your bookshelf!”

in Christian Day, Priest of the Alexandrian Tradition of Witchcraft and author of the book "Witches' Book of the Dead (Warlock Press 2021)

RedFaun Press is pleased to exclusively produce a new edition of Jimhal diFiosa classic "A Voice in the Forest" in the original in English and Portuguese. Watch the video and follow Jimahl reminiscent of an unusual event, which will revolutionize how initiates of traditional Wicca observe reincarnation.

A VOICE IN THE FOREST

in Maxine Sanders, co-founder of the Alexandrian Tradition of Witchcraft, "The Guardian" Newsletter


"I received a book from America called A VOICE IN THE FOREST. I was prepared to doubt as there were so many false contacts with Alex. I worked with Alex in psychic circles for many years and knew his techniques well. The contact described in the book was so obviously true that it gave me goosebumps. After Alex's death, the rites of "Sending Forth" were performed... [but] it seems that Alex still had something to say, showing that some things never change."

in Christopher Penczak, author of "Spirit Allies: Meet Your Team from the Other Side"


“A VOICE IN THE FOREST is a very unusual read. In fact, I must say that I have never read a book like this.


... Alex Sanders gives the witchcraft community ... the message of true magic with responsibility, reverence for the Goddess, education and preservation of the Craft. They are all thoughts to keep at the forefront of our minds as we head into the new aeon.”


in Chas S. Clifton, critical literary,

American scholar, author and historian


“...A VOICE IN THE FOREST should interest anyone concerned with matters of mediumship and the establishment of what are sometimes called magical "contacts" in modern Witchcraft.

...The narrative pace is fast, and the depiction of the coven's necromantic ritual on Halloween 1998 – and its unforeseen consequences for one of the coven members – is reminiscent of Dion Fortune's book "The Secrets of Dr. Taverner". Fortune, although more compact. Most importantly, it raises an issue that many, if not most Wiccan groups, ignore: the importance of magical “contacts”.

... It takes an author like Jimahl... to remind us that communication with disembodied spiritual ancestors continues to be important to some modern witches.... Here is an opportunity for further scholarly investigation..."

LITERARY ANALYSIS – THE INNER CIRCLE

by Alexia Moon, owner of the «Sob o Luar» (Under the Moonlight), a site full of resources and home of the Pagan Directory, a useful tool for seekers in Portugal and Brasil. «Sob o Luar» (Under the Moonlight) is a project by Alexia Moon and it was created with the purpose of serving the Portuguese pagan community. It was born with the goal of helping, guiding, and directing. Its objective to assist all those who need aid along their pagan path and in the daily living of their pagan spirituality.

Today, I bring you a book that I consider, in my opinion, to be an extremely necessary piece for the Portuguese pagan communities: a book about Alexandrian Wicca, written by a priest from a coven of the Alexandrian Tradition (Coven de Tomar).

I had heard about the Coven de Tomar and the author some time ago, but I had the pleasure of speaking with both him and some members of the Coven, and even participating in a round table with Karagan at the 1st Ancestral Meeting (whose coverage you can see here), and I immediately became a fan of all his work.

And, as such, I did not miss the opportunity to acquire the book at the event.

This is a book that is quite comprehensive in the information it conveys. It is very accessible and written in an easy-to-understand language, filled with useful information such as the origins of Traditional Wicca and the Alexandrian tradition, including information about lineages and various people whose work was impactful for the emergence of the Alexandrian Tradition; it delves into the principles of the Tradition, touching on various important points, including a chapter dedicated to the concept of Initiation (which is so debated in the communities!) where the author explains how the process works within the Tradition, about the «Vouch» (something that, in my opinion, is excellent in a Tradition and that I really like in Wicca)! It also has a whole chapter about Covens, with a lot of information for those interested in joining a coven or understanding how they function.

Something I want to highlight about this book, and what makes me like it so much, is the author’s transparency. Without revealing any secret aspects of the Tradition (which exist, as with all Traditional Wicca Traditions), he manages to openly discuss all topics, including the more difficult ones such as sexual abuse and predators in the communities, gender identity issues, and even about ritual sexuality and ritualistic nudity. I found it very refreshing to read a book that is so sincere and genuine.


At the end of the book, the author includes a question and answer section which, I suppose, are questions that are frequently posed to the coven and to him personally. He also provides a small list of resources and literary recommendations, even scattered throughout the book.

I genuinely felt that «The Inner Circle» is a book that was missing in our communities. We have many Wicca books but few about Traditional Wicca, especially the Alexandrian Tradition, and especially those that have been written recently, and not 50 years ago (which, personally, I find important as we live in different contexts from those of the founders). It is a book that was missing from our communities and that I highly recommend to all those interested in the theme of the Alexandrian Tradition!

And you? Have you read this book? What did you think?

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Meet Jimahl diFiosa, the enigmatic author whose words have illuminated the secrets of Alexandrian witchcraft. Born to humble roots in the heart of rural Appalachia, Jimahl’s lineage intertwines the earliest settlers of Penn’s Woods and the vibrant tapestry of an Italian heritage. As a child, he ventured alone into the embrace of nature, forging connections with spirits that others could not fathom. Jimahl’s life journey was marked by the courage to be different. In the midst of the 80s AIDS crisis, he navigated the turbulent waters of self-discovery as a gay man, documenting his poignant experiences with candid honesty. His path led him into the world of witchcraft in New England, where he sought understanding and acceptance in a rapidly changing world. With unwavering candor, Jimahl shares the chapters of his life—a heartfelt coming-out journey, occult training, and initiation into Wicca. He delves into his personal relationships, including a marriage that ended in divorce, and the pivotal moment of accepting his true self, which ultimately brought him to his soulmate. Jimahl’s remarkable narrative unfolds like an intimate conversation with an old friend. His story, marked by humility and humor, transcends the ordinary. From the boy in Appalachia to the celebrated author, his life is a testament to the enduring power of authenticity and the indomitable spirit of a man who became one of the most influential writers of our time.

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In "The Inner Circle - A Discourse on the Alexandrian Tradition of Witchcraft," Karagan provides a captivating insight into the teachings and practices of traditional Wicca, with a particular emphasis on the Alexandrian Tradition. Drawing from personal experiences and the historical roots of this tradition, the book weaves a rich tapestry of narratives that harken back to the early covens led by Alex and Maxine Sanders in 1970s London. The author shares his journey within the Alexandrian Tradition, spanning from the United States to Portugal, while meticulously documenting the evolution of these practices and his ongoing commitment to preserving and enhancing the original methods. By blending tradition and innovation, this book offers a distinctive perspective to those who seek to delve into modern witchcraft and traditional Wicca, inviting readers to contemplate the circle of witchcraft with a fresh and inspiring outlook.

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Can anyone communicate with the spirits? Or do you have to be born with these abilities? The answer to both questions is yes. Yes, anyone can communicate with the spirits of those who are no longer incarnate. And yes, we have to be born with the ability to speak with spirits. If this appears to you as a contradiction in terms, I can assure you it is not. The greatest mystery surrounding spirit communication is that there is no mystery. We all are born with our psychic centers fully intact. We are all originally wired to enable us to function as effortlessly in the world of spirits as we do in the world of form. And there are no exceptions. What you do with this ability is entirely up to you. The dead are often just as unhappy because from their perspective it is the living who disconnect. And in response the spirits begin to speak a mantra of their own - I am still here. I can see you. I can hear you. Talk to me.

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Em ‘O Círculo Interior - Um Discurso sobre a Tradição Alexandrina da Witchcraft’, Karagan oferece uma fascinante visão dos ensinamentos e práticas da Wicca tradicional, com foco especial na Tradição Alexandrina. Com base nas suas experiências pessoais e nas raízes históricas desta tradição, o livro apresenta uma rica tapeçaria de narrativas que remontam aos primeiros covens liderados por Alex e Maxine Sanders em Londres nos anos 70. O autor compartilha a sua jornada na Tradição Alexandrina desde os Estados Unidos até Portugal, detalhando os desenvolvimentos ao longo do tempo e o seu esforço contínuo para preservar e aprimorar os métodos originais. Com uma mistura de tradição e inovação, este livro oferece uma visão única para aqueles que buscam explorar a bruxaria moderna e a Wicca tradicional, convidando os leitores a contemplar o círculo da bruxaria com um olhar fresco e inspirador.

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In this long awaited sequel to All the King’s Children - the Human Legacy of Alex Sanders, Jimahl diFiosa brings together 16 new Alexandrian initiates from around the world who share their life stories candidly, holding nothing back. What is it like to be an initiate of one of the most respected branches of traditional witchcraft in the world today? What were the life circumstances that led each of them to this particular path? What challenges did they face on their journey? The tales derive from the UK, Poland, Brazil, Portugal, South Africa and the USA. The stories told will transport readers from the haunted streets of New Orleans, to the ancient cathedrals of Italy, to remote European forests, to “Witch City USA”, and back in time to stand with Wendy, one of the first initiates in Alex and Maxine’s London coven. The stories told are inspiring. But they are also harrowing. A few of them may be difficult to read. Life is not always easy. Magically minded folks are not exempt from difficulties and challenges. But what makes these interviews so powerful is not that the tellers are Alexandrian initiates or even witches at all, but because each story is unapologetically human and therefore relatable to all. Each tale speaks to the resilience of human spirit, to the spark of hope in each of us that, despite adversity, moves us ever forward into a world of light, love, magic and limitless possibilities - to our place at the table.

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For the first time in over 20 years comes the definitive biography of the world's most famous Witch - Alex Sanders. For the first time ever, Jimahl do Fiosa tells the true story of the "King of the Witches" - neither demon nor saint - but somewhere in between the two.

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Fully ten years after the death of the founder of Alexandrian Witchcraft, a handful of witches began experimenting with a spirit board. An entity responded and identified itself as Alex Sanders and then proceeded to prove that claim. In the months and years that followed, the witches maintained their connection with the spirit of Alex and strove to follow his directive to document each session and preserve the messages for future generations of the Craft. This revised and expanded account of the experience provides greater detail and more recent documentation of its impact on this small circle of believers as it follows their attempts to fulfill a sacred trust.

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Much has been written about Alex Sanders, King of the Witches. But much more is left unsaid about the lives of the men and women who were changed forever through the work of this remarkable man. In this companion piece to his critically acclaimed book, A Voice In the Forest, Spirit Conversations with Alex Sanders, Jimahl di Fiosa interviews 16 initiates of Alexandrian witchcraft from across the globe. They tell their stories openly and hold nothing back. They speak of their brightest and darkest moments, of joy and of loss. Their incredible journeys take the reader from the salty islands of the South Pacific to the temperate rainforests of the Pacific Northwest, from Australia to Poland, from the busy streets of London and Atlanta to the solitude of the English countryside where every year the Green Man still dances through the village streets. But the stories they tell speak about more than geography – they provide unique insight into the lives of the children of a king - the human legacy of Alex Sanders. What is it like to be an initiate of the Alexandrian tradition? How do the descendants of Alex Sanders, one of the world’s most powerful witches, view the Craft today? Where is the Craft headed and what steps is the Priesthood taking to ensure the Craft survives for future generations? These candid interviews uncover the heart of Witchcraft today and present a glimpse of what is to come.

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