Jimahl di Fiosa

 
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Jimahl di Fiosa was initiated into Alexandrian witchcraft in 1988 and considers that experience to be a major turning point in his life. Jimahl is the author of the critically acclaimed book A Voice in the Forest, Spirit Conversations with Alex Sanders, first published in 1998. In addition, Jimahl has authored All the King’s Children, The Human Legacy of Alex Sanders, A Coin for the Ferryman, the Death and Life of Alex Sanders, and Talk to Me, When the Dead Speak with the Living. Jimahl is happy to be a frequent contributor to The Witches' Almanac, and has also contributed to anthologies written by such luminaries as Patricia Telesco and Christopher Penczak.

Jimahl's interest in the occult spans many years. He has devoted his spiritual path to exploring the mysteries of the Goddess and to the preservation of the Craft for future generations. Areas of special interest include spiritualism, tarot and the indigenous religions of Central and South America.

Jimahl resides in Boston, MA with his husband Karagan Griffith and two happy cats, Storm and Charlie.

Features contributed to The Witches' Almanac:

Weather Lore in Rural Pennsylvania, The Witches’ Almanac 2012, p. 22
Lycanthropy - Myths and legends of the werewolf, The Witches’ Almanac 2013, p. 101
The Magic of Camping, The Witches’ Almanac 2014, p. 32
Meditation for the Demotivated, The Witches’ Almanac 2014, p. 103,
Castles in the Sand, The Witches’ Almanac 2016, p. 72
An Imperfect Cake, The Witches’ Almanac 2016, p. 115

Bibliography:

A Voice in the Forest: Spirit Conversations with Alex Sanders
All the King’s Children: The Human Legacy of Alex Sanders
A Coin for the Ferryman: The Death and Life of Alex Sanders
Talk to Me, When the Dead Speak with the Living