The Roebuck in the Thicket: An Anthology of the Robert Cochrane Tradition – Evan John Jones (Capall Bann)


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Robert Cochrane was one of the most fascinating and enigmatic figures in the history of the modern witchcraft revival. He claimed a family witchcraft tradition going back to the 17th century and also claimed that he had been taught the Craft by a family member. He was in contact with leading occult figures in the sixties such as Bill Gray and claimed links with a number of hereditary groups in the UK. Describing himself, Cochrane wrote ‘I come from the country of the oak, ash and thorn…I describe myself as a Pellar (Cornish term for rural healers) …I am a member of the people of Goda – of the Clan of Tubal Cain’ This book contains information about Robert Cochrane, his coven – The Clan of Tubal Cain, their ritual, teachings and beliefs and his workings written by himself to Evan John Jones, with additional writings by Evan John Jones and editing by Michael Howard. The articles in this book form a fascinating overview of a unique form of traditional witchcraft. See also ‘The Robert Cochrane Letters’ and ‘Genuine Witchcraft is Explained’