Music by Wendy Rule - Night Sea Journey, The Raven Song, and World Between Worlds recorded on her tour to the US
Jimahl di Fiosa was initiated into Alexandrian witchcraft in 1988 and considers that experience to be a major turning point in his life. Jimahl di Fiosa is a respected Elder and High Priest of Alexandrian Witchcraft. His interest in the occult spans many years. In 1999 he caused a big splash in the pagan publishing world when he penned his first book, "A Voice in the Forest, Spirit Conversations with Alex Sanders." The book became an overnight success with critics and readers alike and is now considered to be a classic of pagan literature. In 2010 he completed work on "All the King's Children, the Human Legacy of Alex Sanders" which in two short weeks after release had literally swept the world and was being read as far away as Japan and India. Jimahl considers "A Coin for the Ferryman" to be the third book in what he refers to as "The Alex Trilogy." Jimahl makes his home in New England with his husband Karagan.
"Every so often Melbourne throws up a singular talent, someone previously hidden amongst the well-established musical tribes, someone possessed of a unique vision. Wendy Rule, the vocalist, songwriter and visionary, is such and artist. Beat Magazine, Melbourne"
With the release of her fifth full length album, The Wolf Sky, Wendy Rule has firmly established herself as one of Australia's most uniquely gifted and prolific artists. Her music is a passionate union of her incredible voice moving from soaring heights to intimate whispers and her beautifully dark and visionary lyrics. Wendy's live performances draw on her love of ritual and theater, enticing her audience into an otherworldly realm of power and Magic. After years of local shows and national tours, Wendy's music is now being recognized internationally. She has recently returned from her 9th tour of the USA, and has also performed in France, Germany, England and Scotland.