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The Talking Tree by William G. Gray

Exactly what were the Qabalists seeking? Their main objective was the same as other Mystery Schools, namely the discovery and knowledge of the Elements of Existence in terms of Fundamental Energies, and the codification of Consciousness as the Pattern (or … Continue reading

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Magical Imagination by Nick Farrell

“Imagination is our inner vision, our human skill to see different realities. It can take us to the throne of God, it can connect us to the stream of infinity and enable us to see the universe for what it … Continue reading

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The Little Book of the Great Enchantment by Steve Blamires

Skylight Press is pleased to reissue The Little Book of the Great Enchantment by Steve Blamires, originally published by R.J. Stewart Books in 2008.  This follows the author’s two previous titles with us, The Irish Celtic Magical Tradition and The … Continue reading

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Nick Farrell on Skylight Press

Nick Farrell is an esoteric author and journalist who has dedicated his life to the Western Mystery Tradition. Joining the Builders of the Adytum in New Zealand at age 17, he started to read everything he could find on the Golden … Continue reading

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Review of “By Names and Images” by Gareth Knight

The following review, entitled Bringing the Golden Dawn to Life, was plucked (with permission) from Gareth Knight’s blog (written on April 9, 2012): Bringing the Golden Dawn to life! Our perceptions of the Golden Dawn system have come a long … Continue reading

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By Names and Images: Bringing the Golden Dawn to Life by Peregrin Wildoak

There has been much interest in the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn since its inception in the late 19th Century and outward dissolution within a few decades.  The mystique and secrecy of the Order, along with its utilitarian magic, its coterie … Continue reading

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Peregrin Wildoak on Skylight Press

Peregrin Wildoak was born in Warwickshire and during his childhood lived in several semi-rural locations.  At a young age he learned to appreciate the Land, which later opened the door to the mysteries therein. At twelve years old he emigrated … Continue reading

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The Magical Battle of Britain: The War Letters of Dion Fortune

“Let us meditate upon angelic Presences, red-robed and armed, patrolling the length and breadth of our land. Visualise a map of Great Britain, and picture these great Presences moving as a vast shadowy form along the coasts, and backwards and … Continue reading

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Dion Fortune on Skylight Press

Skylight Press is thrilled to reissue the work of one of the most important voices in the Western Mysteries canon.  For the purposes of introduction we defer to our own Gareth Knight, not only an expert on her great lineage … Continue reading

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