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Earth Warriors Oracle is vibrantly coloured, and captures the multi-fractal reality of shamanic vision quests perfectly.
Tibetan Shamanism is an anthropologist’s work based on decades of study and first-hand experience living with shamans.
Deeper Into The Underworld: Death, Ancestors and Magical Rites is a great read for anyone who feels a connection to working with the deceased. There is much to be gained from tapping into the Underworld and bringing the wisdom of our beloved ancestors into the physical realm.
I recommend The Way of the Lover for those who are struggling in darkness because, as Rumi suggests, “the remedy for your wound is the wound itself.”
The Arthurian legends were very influential to me growing up. So when I noticed that Pagan Portals had put out a book on Merlin, I was intrigued
Totem Animals by Celia M. Gunn is a good, quick primer that gives a brief overview of how to find and work with your totems.
All in all, The Witch isn’t a book for those with only a passing interest in the cackling hags of popular culture. Instead, it’s a meticulously researched, erudite attempt at gaining a real understanding of the beliefs surrounding witchcraft, the various ways in which they developed around the world, and how they gave rise to the European witch trials. Refreshingly, the tone throughout is one of a genuine, immersive curiosity about the subject, rather than the implicit world-weary cynicism which so de-vitalizes some other scholarly surveys on the subject
At Beltane, the witch in me envisions intertwined lovers laying on lush blankets of flowers and moss, joining together as the spring breeze blows.
Alexander George Ward is a supremely talented artist and his Ayahuasca Jungle Visions is a fun and mesmerizing colouring book.
Focusing both on what the Underworld is as well as practical advice for navigating it, I recommend this book to anyone interested in the subject
The Goddess and the Shaman revolves around the challenge of reconciling magical experience and practice with a culture of scientific materialism.
The San Pedro cactus has been used ceremonially for thousands of years. Ross Heaven describes what can be expected from its use, before, during, and after.