Tag Archives: Magic of the Ordinary

A Few Recent Reviews of Skylight Books

Kaleidoscopic Omniscience by Will Alexander “Vermillion shades of astral haunts abound as Alexander takes his readers through a psychedelic romp that leaves the consciousness reeling. There’s nothing usual about Alexander’s visionary take on history: the contemporary, the ancient, and the … Continue reading

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A Review of The Magical Battle of Britain by Peregrin WIldoak

Here are some snippets of a very thoughtful review of The Magical Battle of Britain by Dion Fortune written on August 12, 2012.  The review is articulately penned by fellow Skylight author, Peregrin Wildoak, and can be found on his … 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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