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Wicca for Beginners: A Guide to Wiccan Beliefs, Rituals, Magic, and Witchcraft (Wicca Books Book 1)

It is estimated that there are over 1 million practicing Wiccans around the world today. But what is it that has made these people turn their back on the formal, structured religions that encompass the majority of the Western world? In our modern, high-pressured world, many of us fail to take notice the sheer beauty ... Read More

Grail Alchemy: Initiation in the Celtic Mystery Tradition

An experiential guide to the spiritual path of the Holy Grail • Traces the evolution of the Holy Grail from the sacred vessel of the Celtic goddess to the Cup of Christ and how it represents the longing for the divine feminine • Provides exercises, meditations, and rituals to connect you with the powers of ... Read More

Shaman Pathways – Trees of the Goddess: a new way of working with the Ogham

Shaman, artist and author Elen Sentier writes, ""I was first taught the trees of the goddess as a child. The old ones from the village would tell us about the tree, how it lives, what creatures it lives with, its whole environment. They would tell us stories then we would go to the tree and ... Read More

Giants Dance: Rhyme and Reason

It began with a walk over the bracken covered hillsides of Derbyshire to a lonely stone circle, almost forgotten. It was just a walk...until the hawk flew from the tree and once again the visions began. Plunged into a realm beyond reality, further than history, deeper than time, Don and Wen begin to unravel the ... Read More

The Heart of Albion

“If I am consciously following a woman who is about to engage a Llama in conversation, which I certainly appear to be, it does not impinge too negatively upon my thought processes.” What does Jack and the Beanstalk have to do with a spiritual quest? What, for that matter, is the nature of the relationship ... Read More

Where is Saint George?

30th Anniversary Edition. New Introduction and Notes. This thought-provoking book suggests that certain basic images found in traditional songs, and certain musical phrases linked inseparably with them, were once common to Celtic-and indeed, pre-Celtic-forms of worship, and were only later absorbed in Christian ritual. To support his theory R.J. Stewart analyses in depth five well-known ... Read More

The Osiriad: Isis and Osiris, the Divine Lovers

“There was a time we did not walk the earth. A time when our nascent essence flowed, undifferentiated, in the Source of Being.” In forgotten ages, the stories tell, the gods lived and ruled amongst men. Many tales were told, across many times and cultures, following the themes common to all mankind. Stories were woven ... Read More