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Gate of Light, by Lars Muhl
The Gate of Light is a handbook by Lars Muhl to guide the spiritual seeker through connecting themselves with Source energy.
The Grail, by Lars Muhl
In The Grail, Lars Muhl brings to a close his recounting of the travels, experiences, and discoveries he made.
Redvelations, by Sera Beak
I recommend Redvelations to anyone interested in reclaiming pieces of the soul, and the relationship of Jesus and Mary Magdalene.
Saints and Mystics Reading Cards
The Saints and Mystic Reading Cards by Andres Engracia prompted the most uncanny experiences I’ve ever had with a deck thus far.
Revelations of the Aquarian Age, by Barbara Hand Clow
Revelations of the Aquarian Age was the best book that I have read in years, delving deeper into the mysteries hidden in the Catholicism.
The Magdalene, by Lars Muhl
The Magdalene is the second book in Lars Muhl’s O Manuscript trilogy, which seeks to uncover the truth about Mary Magdalene.
Understanding Lilith: From first human to first monster
There is a stigma associated with seeking out and approaching Lilith. The magical community suggests working with her is unbecoming.
The Collected Letters of Alan Watts, edited by Joan and Anne...
It is hard to deny the influence Watts' legacy has contributed to expanding the consciousness of western culture. The Collected Letters of Alan Watts provides a lens for the reader to understand Watts as the man he truly was -- a man on a wild, exciting, and spiritual journey through life.
Angels for Beginners, by Richard Webster
When I took up Angels for Beginners, I was experiencing a difficult time in my life and though I am a sceptic and non-believer, I was determined to be open to what Richard Webster -- or what my guardian angel (if he or she existed) -- had to offer.
The colourful imagery in the Lightworker Oracle conveys a sense of universal transcendence and cosmic connection, but there is a disconnect in its message.
The Devil’s Supper, by Shani Oates
The story of the Devil has been told by many over the years -- by those who think they know him and by those who wish they did. The Devil’s Supper begins by inviting the reader to listen to his tale and drink from his cup.
Five books to guide you into the spirit world
With the coming of winter and the lengthen of the night, many cultures and practices believe that the veil, the wall between our world...