Sorita d'Este is an author, researcher and publisher who manifests her knowledge and passion for the Mysteries through her work. Her research and writing pushes at the boundaries of Western Esoterica and beyond, often questioning and challenging the status quo and inspiring others towards experiential mysticism with firm foundations built on lessons learned from history, standing positively in today and looking with enthusiasm towards the future. She passionately believes that it is possible to manifest creativity, positivity, love and enchantment through the creation of independent, free-thinking and more spiritual communities, with firm foundations in truth, natural balance and generosity. She is the author of more than 20 published books, including Hekate Liminal Rites, Artemis Virgin Goddess of the Sun and Moon, Visions of the Cailleach and The Isles of the Many Gods. She has also edited 6 anthologies, including Hekate Her Sacred Fires, Priestesses Pythonesses and Sybils and Horns of Power. Her work has also been published in numerous books, magazines, journals and part-works. When she is not writing herself, nor walking the liminal boundaries in the gaps between civilisation and the wilderness, she works as a publisher, bringing the work of others into print.
"This is an absolutely fascinating anthology about the Horned God in His many guises (all over the world, and through time) and different people's experiences with Him. It also features a small section about Horned Goddesses, which is very nice. The academic essays are very informative, and the personal essays are heartwarming and inspiring - full of humor, wit, passion, and information. There are even hymns and a few guided meditations!" http: //thefaeryromanticlibrarian.blogspot.co.uk"The Horned God that I love, the one that has fascinated me all of my life is Cernunnos, the Lord of the Forest and the Wild Animals. For me, one of the best stories in the book was A Quest For Horns by Stephen Blake, and not only because he mentions Robin of Sherwood which still remains a favourite of mine! " Merissa Sheppard, Goodreads Reviewer"This books is amazing. I read and fell in love with the poetry, the well researched and referenced articles, the amazing artwork. This book is so good I'm purchasing a physical copy to have as reference for myself. In a Craft that discusses balance this book is a well needed tome that speaks to balance; giving the God his due as much as the Goddess has." Aisha Oaktree, Goodreads Reviewer