Magical Books

For anyone interested in magic, I want to outline the three books that I have written or co-written on the topic and why you might consider reading them.

Inner Journeys: Explorations of the SoulIf you have always had a passing interest in magic, alchemy and the occult in general then you might want to look at my very first book – Inner Journeys: Explorations of the Soul published in 2006 by Thoth. It is available in paperback and Kindle formats. The book is autobiographical in that I try to paint a picture of my childhood and background in which poltergeist and ghosts caused me all sorts of issues. As I grew up, I developed an interest in the occult but other then reading avidly I did nothing about it until about 15-years ago when I discovered a school of magic and took its 5-year correspondence course. The book outlines what I learned and how I changed undertaking the course. It will provide anyone with some concept of how it all works…. and it is on the Servants of the Light recommended reading list too.

the new you coverNext, if you already dabbled your toes in the magical waters and are needing some basics around what magic is and how to work it, you might try my short book titled – How To Create Your Own Reality. Apparently, several people who have read this have discovered the magic in the world already. It is available in Kindle, paperback and even audio book formats.

MH1Finally, for the advanced practioner interested in symbols and their use/meaning there is The Mystical Hexagram written with Sue Vincent. This book will take you through a detailed review of the hexagram as a key to unlocking several layers of meaning in areas of magic such as the Elements, the Tarot, Alchemy and the Tree of Life. It comes complete with exercises and a whole host of brilliant insights into the Tree of Life by Sue previously unpublished anywhere. It is available in Kindle and paperback formats.

The latter two books may also be loaned via the Amazon Prime program.

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