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Cora Anderson

Cora Anderson (1915–2008) is known as the mother of the Feri (Fairy) Tradition. She is the author of Fifty Years in the Feri Tradition; Kitchen Witch: A Memoir; In Mari's Bower: A Biography of Victor H. Anderson; and coauthor, with her husband, Victor, of Etheric Anatomy: The Three Selves and Astral Travel and The Heart of the Initiate: Feri Lessons. She was a featured contributor to Witch Eye and Circle magazines, and her recipes were published in Potpourri of Cookery and Women's Circle. She held a ministerial credential from the Covenant of the Goddess.