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6/30/17 10:32 P

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E-books are great. I have slowly converting my favourite books over to e-books. I love finding old book, I find them so enlightening and insightful.

Hope you have a fantastic weekend. Brightest blessings and warm hugs.



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6/27/17 10:51 P

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Unfortunately Gateways of Light and Shadow and Seven Spheres are both limited editions from a small publisher. No audio.

Do e-books work for you? Many have text-to-speech functions.

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6/27/17 10:34 P

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I envy you getting to read such great books. I am stuck with books that are on audio. Having a page full of print gets all funky with my eyes.

I haven't heard of Gateways of Light. I have to see if there is an audio version.



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6/27/17 10:16 A

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I am having a bit of a throwback these days. I just started redoing (and I say re-doing not re-reading) Modern Magick by Donald Michael Kraig. I have read it a few times before and consistently recommend it to ceremonial newbies. However, I really left the Golden Dawn style study behind YEARS ago. I am a teacher at Grey School of Wizardry and several of my student have formed a book club around this book so I thought it would be fun to keep up with them.

I am still trying to get through Gateways of Light and Shadow by Frater Chassen. Fascinating stuff but that is a huge book!

I am also using Seven Spheres by Rufus Opus to do some planetary invocation and studying the sections of the Greek Magickal Papyri devoted to Hecate.

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8/1/14 9:18 P

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I am reading right now on my Kindle Magical Oil Recipes by Lady Gianne, Brightest blessings and warm hugs.



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8/1/14 1:40 A

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Boundries. And right now I need some. That and A Witch Alone by Marion Green.

Fear is the Mind Killer!

Eye of newt, and toe of frog, wool of bat, and tongue of dog, adder's fork, and blind-worms sting, lizard's leg and owlet's wing. For a charm of powerful trouble, like a hell-broth boil and bubble - Shakespeare


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2/20/13 2:31 P

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Sounds like some interesting books, will have to add them to my book list on what to read. Thanks for sharing.



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2/20/13 2:10 P

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"Root, Stone and Bone: Honoring Andvari and the Vaettir of Money" by Galina Krasskova. I have started getting my debts in order and honoring money in a new way. He is also associated with craftsmanship and I am learning some new stuff with sewing.

I also just finished "Sea Sky Soil: An Introduction to Waincraft" by Nicanthiel Hrafnhild it's a practice focused on the Wains or Vanir. It's more involved than Vanatru which I would say I am but there are some really cool ideas in the book. Especially on animals in the Northern Tradition.

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2/17/13 12:15 A

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Has anyone read the Shack? My daughter bought me the book the comes from the Shack's author. It is called the Shack Reflection. It is a daily reading which some great thoughts to ponder.



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Has anyone read Women Food and God by Geneen Roth? I am reading it now and find it quite interesting.



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10/3/12 12:45 P

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I am reading Reincarnation the Second Chance by Sybil Leek and Telepathy: The Respectable Phenomenon also by Sybil Leek



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10/1/12 3:16 P

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hi, I am always studying and reading something to do with the craft. I am currently reading 'Celtic Myths and Legends" by Charles Squire. Its quite good and I really need to spend some time reading as its a library book. What are you reading or what book would you recommend to a bookworm like me??

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