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The Fairy Realm by Ronan Coghlan

“…Some folklorists contend that even in pagan times a fairy host was believed in alongside the gods and, when Christianity became prevalent, their numbers were buttressed by an influx of gods; but they were always believed to be there. An … Continue reading

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The Curve of the Land by Diana Durham

“The small crevice that formed the only entrance showed no evidence of the light which must be entering through the other gaps in the stones.  It was black as if opening directly into the depths of the earth; an entrance … Continue reading

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Conversation with Wendy Berg

Author of two Skylight books on the Arthurian mysteries (Red Tree, White Tree and  Gwenevere & the Round Table) Wendy Berg is an experienced practitioner in the Western Mystery Tradition and practical ritual magic. She is an authority on Egyptian, … Continue reading

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Tarot & Magic: The Treasure House of Images by Gareth Knight

In recent commentary and conjecture the Tarot is so often presented solely, or at least principally, as a means for fortune-telling and psychic readings.  One glance at Gareth Knight’s Tarot & Magic will expose that approach is a gross reduction of what the … Continue reading

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Sacred Earth Walks with Rebsie

There is no doubt that Skylight Press has a deep interest in ‘Sacred Earth’ mysteries, as evidenced by Alan Richardson’s geo-psychic novel On Winsley Hill, Margaret Randall’s array of sacred Landscapes in Something’s Wrong with the Cornfields, Hugh Fox’s internal … Continue reading

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