Fire Child - The Life and Magic of Maxine Sanders 'Witch Queen'

Fire Child - The Life and Magic of Maxine Sanders 'Witch Queen'

$148.00Price

HPs. Maxine Sanders' excellent book FIRE CHILD is now out of print, and for the most part, unavailable...Used copies of the soft cover version are selling for as much as $150.00 to $257.00 on the world wide web - if one can find them for purchase...and NO Hard Cover copies at all!

 

These copies are NEW!  To support the Alexandrian Witchcraft movement and its esteemed Co-Founder the lovely HPs. Emeritas Maxine Sanders,  White Light Pentacles purchased several of these inspiring books years ago - both soft and hard cover - for distribution to our Nu Aeon vistors and Witches world wide. We hosted Maxine twice in the Nu Aeon Chamber of the Mysteries "The Cosmic Connection Temple of Stars" and many copies found owners at a wonderful book signing event as well as a Q & A evening. These copies are the last of the last. Claim your while these remain available.

 

Text from the back cover:

"One of the world's most influential and respected witches, Maxine first caught worldwide public attention while married to the celebrated - and controversial - 'King of the Witches', Alex Sanders. A highly respected Priestess of the Sacred Mysteries, in her role of teacher she has encouraged, enabled and inspired students of the Priesthood to take on the conscious mantle of their spiritual potential. In this long awaited autobiography Maxine reflects on her life and magical experiences spanning Modern Witchcraft, Wicca, Paganism, Gods and Goddesses, Seasonal rituals, Sabbats, Ceremonial magic, Cabbala and The Sacred Magic of the Angels. This is a unique, poignant and often humorous memoir of an extraordinary life, by a rare, courageous and inspiring woman."

  • From One Reviewer

    Now out of print and very very scarce, this is the definitive autobiography of the celebrated Alexandrian witch priestess. Maxine Sanders here tells her life story, one in which she was which catapulted from a from a working-class childhood in Manchester to a celebrity scene of Swinging Sixties in London. Maxine became the face of a young, sexy new witchcraft while married to the celebrated - and controversial - 'King of the Witches', Alex Sanders. But her life in Wicca extended long after her marriage ended, and she relates the subsequent years in magic with as much thought and attention. This is a unique, poignant and often humorous memoir of an extraordinary life.