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A Review of The Sacred Stone Circles of Stanton Drew – by Sue Vincent

When an author writes with a real passion for his subject it shines through every word. This is not the first book that Gordon Strong has published on the wonderful sacred landscape of Stanton Drew, but it is, I feel, … Continue reading

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The Sacred Stone Circles of Stanton Drew by Gordon Strong

“The henge at Stanton Drew is thought to be older than Avebury or Stonehenge. Even with radio carbon dating, anomalies occur when attempting to establish an accurate date for any artefact. For the purposes of this study, parts of the … Continue reading

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A Strong Case for Magic – Review by Sue Vincent

I have just finished reading The Way of Magic. I read it twice, once quickly, once to actually absorb what Gordon Strong had written.  The book is presented as broad chapters divided into specific sections, which makes it very easy … Continue reading

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The Way of Magic by Gordon Strong

“Magic is a calling that offers few rewards, mainly because any glory in the occult world is, by definition, hidden. Magic attracts those who were destined to be part of its ways from the beginning, and deters those who should … Continue reading

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Gordon Strong on Skylight Press

Born in the beautiful English country of Somerset, Gordon Strong is an author, teacher, musician, poet and Tarot reader. In his many and multifarious writings he delights in aspects of myth, philosophy, esoteric history, as well as various mystery traditions … Continue reading

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