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MASTERING HERBALISM A practical guide. Hardcover – 1974


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Paul Huson is a British-born author and artist currently living in the United States. In addition to writing books about occultism and witchcraft, he has worked extensively in the film and television industries.

Huson was born on September 19, 1942 in London, England, the son of the author Edward Richard Carl Huson and painter and motion picture costume designer Olga Lehmann. In 1955 he took a turn at acting and appeared as Edward, Prince of Wales, one of the two Princes in the Tower in Laurence Olivier's film of William Shakespeare's "Richard III". From 1956 through 1959 he attended Leighton Park School, a Quaker school in Berkshire, England; from 1959 through 1963 he studied painting, theatrical design and film at the Slade School of Fine Art, University of London. Concurrently he studied the Western Esoteric Tradition with Dion Fortune's Society of the Inner Light. In 1965 he continued his studies with the Stella Matutina and Israel Regardie.

Television and Movies:

From 1965 to 1968 Huson worked as an Art Director for BBC Television and Columbia Pictures UK, before moving to the United States. Between 1969 and 1980 he wrote books and scripts for episodic television, then teamed up with scenarist William Bast to write and produce such television series and movies as "The Colbys", a spin-off from the Aaron Spelling series "Dynasty", "Tucker's Witch", "The Hamptons", "Twist of Fate", "The Big One: The Great Los Angeles Earthquake", "Danielle Steel's 'Secrets'", "Power and Beauty", and "The Fury Within".

Books:

In 1970 Huson wrote "Mastering Witchcraft", a practical guide for the would-be witch or warlock, followed by a study of tarot symbolism, "The Devil's Picturebook" (1971). In 1974 he wrote "Mastering Herbalism"; and an introduction to parapsychology, "How to Test and Develop your ESP" in 1975. Two fiction books followed, "The Keepsake" (1981), and "The Offering" (1984). In 2004 Huson wrote a second book on the history of tarot symbolism and tarot reading, "Mystical Origins of the Tarot". He generally illustrates his non-fiction books himself, and has designed a deck of tarot cards based upon his research, "Dame Fortune's Wheel Tarot"(2009).

He currently lives in Los Angeles with writer and scenarist William Bast, his partner and frequent collaborator.

References to Paul Huson:

Clifton, Chas, "Her Hidden Children: The Rise of Wicca and Paganism in America", Lanham, MD: Rowman Altamira, 2006, ISBN 0759102023.

Clifton, C, & Harvey, G, "The Paganism Reader", New York & London, Routledge, 2004, ISBN 041530352.

"Contemporary Authors" (Biography), Thomson Gale, 2004.

Farrar, Stewart, "Eight Sabbats for Witches", WA: Phoenix Publishing, 1988, ISBN 0919345263.

Freedland, Nat, "The Occult Explosion", New York: G.P.Putnams Sons, 1972, ISBN 0399109544.

Gunther, Max, "Wall Street and Witchcraft", New York: B. Geis Associates, 1971.

Luhrmann, T.M., "Persuasions of the Witch's Craft:, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1989, ISBN 0-674-66323-3.

Valiente, Doreen, "The Rebirth of Witchcraft", London: Robert Hale, 1989, ISBN 0-7090-3715-5.

"Who's Who in Entertainment", Illinois: Marquis Who's Who, Macmillan, 1988.

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