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Born and raised in Athens, painter Kostas wanders the city of his birth, where he has one foot in this world, and one foot in the past.
The Oracles of Apollo: Practical Ancient Greek Divination for Today sheds light on ancient Greek methods of divination, and teaches the reader how they remain practical and useful.
The Greek Mythology Reading Cards draw on artworks depicting classical Greek mythological figures, and presents them in an easy to shuffle and spread oracle format.
The Fortune Teller by Gwendolyn Womack is, at its best, a Three of Cups kind of novel: one that establishes and develops oracular and emotional ties between women.
There are many gods and goddess across many different cultures. As we learn more and more about the world around us, it’s no surprise that we feel drawn to various pantheons, after all, we contain multitudes. Working with many different gods can seem confusing but it can be done and is in fact done by many people.
The Dionysian Spirit focuses on syncretic practices and theory, demonstrating why Dionysian rites were so different from mainstream ancient Greek religion.
Our ancestors are some of the most important spirits to incorporate into our spiritual practice, and there are many ways of connecting with the dead.
A detailed account of the workings of a mystery cult, devoted to Isis, is recorded in the Latin novel of Apuleius, The Golden Ass.
In The Practical Art of Divine Magic, Patrick Dunn tackles theurgy and offers challenging exercises to broaden our understanding of reality.
Michael Parkes fills his paintings with beasts and landscapes that, like dreams, seem too real to be fantasy, and too fantastical to be real.
In Techniques of Graeco-Egyptian Magic, Stephen Skinner uncovers detail that brings to life magick almost 2000 years old.
Though I never chose to go there in the first place, I can never abandon the Underworld entirely, or the gifts it gave me.
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