Thomas Godbless‘ (1105?-82) magic is generally associated with nature and wild animals,
which he instructed his followers to revere and to learn from.
Notably, in 1156, after John Uskglass had recovered from an illness,
and when many nobles, royalty and magicians dutifully assembled to visit him and give him presents,
Godbless was among the last to arrive; and on doing so merely knelt before the Raven King saying,
“Lord, I bring you the trees and hills. I bring you the wind and the rain.”