Edited and compiled by Skyllaros. Cover image by Sarah Lawless, The Witch of Forest Grove.
The Print Version is available through Lulu only:
Softcover Print Version ($14.50)
Don’t want to buy a physical copy? Thats ok. The Electronic PDF copy is also available through Lulu for free. I do this as a devotional service to the The Horned One. Please feel free to download it and distribute it as you wish. The download link is below.
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“Hoofprints in the Wildwood is a devotional anthology for the Horned God in all of his manifestations. It consists of devotional essays, poetry, artwork, and rituals from his devotees all across the world. Individuals from multiple pagan paths have contributed to this work each lending their own individual view of the Horned God as they worship him. Multiple manifestations of this deity are presented including Cernunnos, Gwynn Ap Nudd, Bucca, The Green Man, the Witchfather, and many more. Within you will find heartfelt offerings to this most enigmatic of Gods, portraying him as a living force in the world that deeply touches the lives of those who are called to his worship. The aim of this work is to bring forth the voices of those who love him in worship and praise. ”
Cover Artwork Lord of Beasts: by Sarah Lawless
The Charge of the Hunter (Prose) by Daven
Gwynn Ap Nudd (Music) by Patrick Harvey
You Dance on the Cave Wall (Poetry) by Michaela Macha
Lughnassad (Poetry) by Peter J. Watts
Cernunnos (Artwork) by Peter J. Watts
My God (Essay) by Juniper
Buckator (Poetry) By Alex Langstone
Greenman (Artwork) by Peter J. Watts
Cernunnos et Les Dioscures (Prose) by Rebecca Buchanan
Dancing the Hunt (Poetry) by Hernes Own
Herne Rosary (Artwork and prayer) by Alex Volundsdottir
Hail to the Horned One (Poetry) by Herne’s Own
Hymn to Cernunnos I (Prayer/poetry) by Rebecca Buchanan
Hymn to Cernunnos II (Prayer/poetry) by Rebecca Buchanan
Prayer to the Sacrificed King (Essay) by Eric Jeffords
Herne at Mabon (Essay) by Raven Kaldera and Joshua Tenpenny
Dreaming of the Horned God (Prose) by Shaun William Hayes
In the Forest of the Horned God (Prose) by Seillian
Companion (Poetry) by Colin James
Herne (Poetry) by Jennifer Lawrence
Last Weekend in the Forest (Essay) by MacTavish
Call of the Wilds (Poetry) by Nicanthiel Hrafnhild
A Vanic Creation Story (Essay) by Nicanthiel Hrafnhild
A Prayer of Praise (Prayer and artwork) by Hernes Own
The Great God Herne (Prose) by Skadi Meic Beorh
Invocation of the Forest Lord (Poetry) by Rebecca Buchanan
Bucca Duality (Artwork) by Gemma Gary
Bucca: The Horned God of the Cornish Tradition (Gemma Gary)
Working Shrine Dedicated to Bucca (Photo by Jane Cox)
Offering to Bucca (Photo by Jane Cox)
Kinship (Poetry) Lyn C.A. Gardner
A Dream of the Horned God (Prose) by Conrad W. Deitrick
Shout at the Devil (Essay) by Conrad W. Deitrick
The Forge of the Horned and Antlered One (Essay) by Jay O’Skully
The Horned God of the East (Historical Essay) by Elenna Rose
Drinking with the Devil in the Pale Starlight (Poetry) by Eric Jeffords
Untitled (Essay) by Nonoriel Vanahilde
The Stag King Cometh (Poetry/Prayer) by Juniper
The Witch Gods Riddle (Poetry and Artwork) by Sarah Lawless
Of Oaths and Devotion (Essay) by Sarah-Jayne Chapman
Sex and Death: The Lessons of Cernunnos (Essay) by Seillian
Hunter/Hunted Vision (short essay) by Hernes Own
He Who Dances Dreaming (essay) by Fabienne S. Morgana
A Meditation on the Horned Spirits of Sorcery and Death (Essay by Eric Jeffords)
Charge of the God (Prose) by Pax
Green Eyed (poetry) by Pax
My Journey to the Horned God (Essay and picture) by Seillian
A Devotional Ritual to Cernunnos (Ritual and Picture) by Juniper
In the Copse (Short Essay) by Hernes Own
Strength from Love (Poetry) by Jon Y. Dixon
Cernunnos (Artwork) by Rod Turner
Cernunnos (Artwork) by Barbara C. Kring
Winter God (artwork) by Paul Atlas-Saunders
Trembling for You (Poetry) by Maris Pái
Very much looking forward to this!
Hello, I just followed the PayPal link and purchased a copy of the PDF version but I can’t find the link to download it – any ideas?! I am very much looking forward to reading it!
Hi Scrag! Thanks very much! I usually send it out by email within a few hours of notification of payment. You should get yours in about an hour! I hope you enjoy!
Thank you! I couldn’t work out whether I was just being an idiot… Ƿes hāl!