There are many books currently available on the Craft and Paganism. It is useful to read as many as possible, both good and bad, in order to obtain a perspective on the Craft as a whole and where the Roebuck Tradition fits within it. The following list provides a sample of the ones that will help the student better understand our tradition.
Valiente, Doreen and Jones, Evan J.
** WITCHCRAFT: A TRADITION RENEWED
Evan John Jones and Doreen Valiente who were both members of The Clan of Tubal
Cain actually wrote this book, John was our original contact for the Roebuck
in England in 1982. In this work, they outlines the elements of a tradition
similar to the one taught to the members of the Roebuck.
WESTERN INNER WORKINGS
This is the first volume of the Sangreal Sodality Series which deals with the Western tradition and the idea of the Sacred King and the quest for the Holy Grail. Gray also knew Cochrane and the chapter 'Paganistic Principles' is based on their extensive correspondence.
BY STANDING STONE AND ELDER TREE
Originally titled "The Rollright Ritual," this book describes a very effective method for reconstructing the rituals originally held in ancient stone circles.
*THE WHITE GODDESS
Graves has compiled a complete language of Pagan symbolism, lore and practices which has been heavily used over the last forty years in reconstructing many Pagan traditions. The book is difficult to read, but it is absolutely essential in understanding our tradition.
* CELTIC MYTH AND LEGEND
A thorough introduction to Irish, Welsh and Gaulish mythology. For those not already familiar with Celtic myth, this book is a good preparation for reading THE WHITE GODDESS.
Evan John Jones & Robert Cochrane, editor Mike Howard
** The Roebuck in the Thicket
An Anthology of articles by Robert Cochrane and Evan John Jones and a history of the Clan of Tubal Cain in the UK.We highly recommended
WOMEN OF THE CELTS
An important book in the development of the Roebuck pantheon of goddesses and an interesting analysis of the feminine mysteries as they
are found in Celtic myths, legends and culture.
PRACTICAL MAGIC IN THE NORTHERN TRADITION
This scholarly but very readable work outlines the elements of the magical traditions, customs and practices of all the ancient peoples
of Northern Europe, including Celtic, Norse and Anglo-Saxon.
CELTIC MYSTERIES: THE ANCIENT RELIGION
This little book outlines most of the important facets of ancient Celtic religious beliefs, both in detailed description and exquisite
Jackson, Nigel Aldcroft
* Call of the Horned Piper
His book covers the symbolism, and myths of the Traditional Craft, Highly recommended.
COVENCRAFT- Witchcraft for Three or More.
A guide for the working coven , We highly recommended it.
The Triumph of the Moon-A History of Modern Pagan Witchcraft
The only full-scale scholarly study of the religion.
** Light from the Shadows- A Mythos of Modern Traditional Witchcraft
Traditional Witchcraft as practised today.
Robert Cochrane with Evan John Jones
Edited and Introduced by Michael Howard
** The Robert Cochrane Letters- An Insight into Modern Traditional Witchcraft