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Encyclopedia of Natural Magic
$18.95
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Natural magic is the art and science of shaping reality through the subtle influences of natural substances: herbs, stones, incenses, oils, and much more. Drawing on medieval traditions as well as modern experience, The Encyclopedia of Natural Magic offers an accessible introduction to this ancient and delightful art.
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Natural magic is the art and science of shaping reality through the subtle influences of natural substances: herbs, stones, incenses, oils, and much more. Drawing on medieval traditions as well as modern experience, The Encyclopedia of Natural Magic offers an accessible introduction to this ancient and delightful art.

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About John Michael

Born in the gritty Navy town of Bremerton, Washington and raised in the south Seattle suburbs, I began writing about as soon as I could hold a pencil. SF editor George Scithers' dictum that all would-be writers have a million words of so of bad prose in them, and have to...

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Published Reviews

Jun.10.2008

All in all this book is well worth investing in if you have an interest in ritual magick and in the dynamics of a working magickal group.

Jun.10.2008

John Michael Greer offers material that more resembles “second wave” druidry from the 18th and 19th century, with a blend of Celtic-flavored nature religion, and ceremonial/ritual magic. And it’s a great...