The long-awaited follow-up to Wicca: A Year and a Day takes the reader through 366 days leading to the Second Degree. In traditional Wicca, learning to be a second degree priestess or priest is all about coming into your own as a teacher and a guide for newer magical practitioners.
A guide to making sense of the surrounding world while achieving inner peace. It contains chapters which focus on different aspects of the ancient wisdom of Kabbalah. It helps readers learn how they can use their spirits to build a personally peaceful life in harmony with all of Creation.
Uncovers the Divine magic teachings of the Egyptian sage Hermes Trismegistus. His teachings, called 'Hermetics', were only taught verbally or in very cryptic writings. This book helps you master your moods, release negativity, manifest new levels of abundance and attract wonderful opportunities in all areas of your life.
Demonstrates that ego has been the basis for suffering throughout human history and reveals why we are subject to suffering due to our egos, and how we can turn our plight to pleasure, our troubles to opportunity. This book offers an analysis of the human soul and how the soul's own structure is its bane.
A century ago, groups descending from the famed Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn fused the occult lore of the Western magical tradition with the nature spirituality of the Druid Revival. This book provides students with a complete curriculum of Druidical magic and occult wisdom.
Who, or what, is the Green Man, and why is this medieval image so present in our precarious modern times? An encounter with the Green Man at an ancient Herefordshire church in the wake of catastrophic weather leads Nina Lyon into an exploration of how the foliate heads of Norman stonemasons have evolved into today's cult symbols.
The first scholarly study of the only religion which England has ever given the world; modern pagan witchcraft. It tells the story of its development and nature, and uses that story as a microhistory for a general consideration of attitudes to paganism, witchcraft, and magic in British society since 1800.