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Dion Fortune’s RITES OF ISIS AND OF PAN (PAPERBACK EDITION!)

NEW Paperback version now available! Dion Fortune encoded much practical magical lore within her novels, leaving it up to the reader to work out how to make use of it. Behind the novels were two major rituals, the Rite of … Continue reading

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Dion Fortune’s RITES OF ISIS AND OF PAN – edited by Gareth Knight

“The clearest, simplest – and best – analysis and explanation of what magic is and how it works that I have ever come across. Gareth Knight shows that DF’s novels are initiatory and were intended to be so. He supplements his exposition with … Continue reading

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PRE-ORDER!! DION FORTUNE’S RITES OF ISIS AND OF PAN: limited edition hardback

A special hardback edition, bound in plain blue cloth with a gold-stamped spine. Limited to 250 individually numbered copies, of which the first 100 are signed by Gareth Knight. AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER HERE Signed copies will be supplied while stocks … Continue reading

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Skylight Press to publish a series of William G. Gray Books

“Magicians are not made, they make themselves.” Skylight Press is pleased to announce that it will be publishing a series of out-of-print and possible new books by William G. Gray over the next three years.  The series will commence in … Continue reading

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Conversation with Alan Richardson

As my conversation with Gareth Knight was so well received last month I decided to try and have a similar confab with his friend and somewhat younger colleague, Alan Richardson.  Alan has written extensively on Paganism, Celtic and Faery lore, … Continue reading

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