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Michael Orland Yaccarino offers tarot lovers a book exclusively focused on the process of self-reading in Heart Vision: Tarot’s Inner Path.
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.
Most of us are familiar with Cain, the first-born son of Adam and Eve. The Devil’s Crown delivers further insights into this and Robert Cochrane.
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.
Stars and Stones looks to give readers a practical guide on using gems and metals to work on astrological issues revealed through their horoscope.
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
Spiral Nature published more than 95 reviews of books and tarot decks in 2016, and we thought it might be handy to share some of the most popular.
The Dionysian Spirit focuses on syncretic practices and theory, demonstrating why Dionysian rites were so different from mainstream ancient Greek religion.
Crowley: A Beginner's Guide offers a whirlwind tour through Aleister Crowley’s greatest hits, misses, and miscellany.
Deep Magic Begins Here is written from a place of intense and varied experience -- it's magick lived.
It continues to surprise me how often I am asked for recommendations of chaos magick books.
Aleister Crowley: A Modern Master is far from perfect, but it will certainly spark discussion, which is a start.
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