Witch, Necromancer, Mortician, Medium and Author
The purpose of an author is to preserve knowledge... the purpose of any who work with the dead is to preserve the history of humanity in flesh and headstone. Mortellus hopes they are able to accomplish those goals in some part.
Take a look around, and enjoy everything from Mortellus' latest work to their past projects.
Mortellus is a lineaged Third Degree Gardnerian High Priestex of the Long Island Line. Presently busy at work on a second book for Llewellyn Worldwide, with the first, Do I Have To Wear Black? Rituals, Customs & Funerary Etiquette for Modern Pagans, which hit the shelves February 8, 2021. In addition to their role as High Priestex, Lady Mortellus is a Mortician, and holds degrees in Design, Education, Fine Arts, and Mortuary Sciences. Their areas of expertise include necromancy, necrobotany, mediumship, and the funerary rites of minority faith groups. Currently residing in Western North Carolina on three acres that doubles as the Covenstead for the Coven of Leaves with their spouse, adult child, AMAB/AFAB twins, and dog; generally wishing there was more time in the day for hiding in the studio and playing with clay.
DO I HAVE TO WEAR BLACK?
Rituals, Customs & Funerary Etiquette For Modern Pagans
Explore the myriad of customs that have emerged around death and dying in the magical and Pagan communities. Filled with rituals, meditations, legal considerations, and deep insights into death as a spiritual process, this book can be used by magical practitioners or shared with non-Pagan professionals who support Pagans in their final transitions.
Available wherever fine books are sold.
"We all die. The goal isn't to live forever, the goal is to create something that will."