AMPULLA covers the occult world from a feminist perspective, and details some of the author’s personal magickal and spiritual experiences.

Medieval pilgrims used to carry tiny, inconspicuous flasks called ampullas, worn on necklaces or pinned to their clothing. Ampullas usually contained holy oil, blessed water or sometimes sacred blood brought back from holy sites. Ampullas make a fitting metaphor for the women who walk about largely unnoticed in the the occult world, but carry with them a vital and irreplaceable essence.


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