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John Bauer’s art lends itself perfectly to the world of the tarot due to its creative mythology and fantastic landscapes.
Mirror of the Marvelous is a mixture of Pierre Mabille's philosophies interspersed wtih legends and incantations drawn from around the world.
The Ecstasy of Being is certainly a recommended read for anyone who is a fan of Joseph Campbell’s work, but also for anyone who wishes to understand the connection and interplay of art and spirit.
The Return of Odin, which bears a preface entitled “The Gathering Storm” is bound to occasion a certain amount of nervousness, particularly given the subject matter. That being said, once I completed the book, this title makes perfect sense in its context.
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.
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.
The mysterious creature, the Krampus, is brought to life in Al Ridenour's The Krampus and the Old, Dark Christmas: Roots and Rebirth of the Folkloric Devil.
The underlying premise of Be More Tree is simple: trees have a lot to teach us and if we paid more attention, we’d be happier.
Much of what has been written about the Cthulhu Mythos in a magical or spiritual context has been limited, not reflecting their most important aspects.
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 Encyclopedia of Jewish Myth, Magic & Mysticism, offers a fascinating glimpse into many obscure facets of Jewish tradition.
Norse Goddess Magic is a solid resource that makes a case for trancework as a valid means for reconstructionists to connect with their deities.
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