Victor H. Anderson was the seminal teacher of the Feri tradition. An extraordinary poet, priest and shaman, he trained some of the most influential voices in neo-Paganism, including Starhawk and Gwydion Pendderwen. Blind since childhood, Anderson began teaching the tradition in the 1950s in California. He is the author of the posthumous work of poetry Lilith's Garden and the collection of writings Etheric Anatomy.
"An intriguing collection of Goddess-inspired poetry." --Scott
Cunningham, author, Wicca and Living Wicca
"Each poem is an initiation, an epiphany, a spell." --Mike Nichols, author, The Witches' Sabbats
"Victor was a true bard, as evidenced by the beautiful legacy of poetry he infused into the Feri tradition." --Witch Eye magazine