Tag Archives: R.J. Stewart

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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Melusine of Lusignan and the Cult of the Faery Woman by Gareth Knight

First published by R.J. Stewart Books in 2010, Melusine of Lusignan and the Cult of the Faery Woman is now reissued with extra illustrations, following on from our 2011 edition of The Romance of the Faery Melusine, which offered the author’s … Continue reading

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Stewart Farrar: Writer on a Broomstick by Elizabeth Guerra and Janet Farrar

Stewart Farrar was a World War II veteran, an accomplished script writer and a journalist who worked for many prominent and respected media companies such as Reuters and the newspaper Reveille. As a world traveler, Stewart had the opportunity to meet … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Guerra & Janet Farrar on Skylight Press

Born in New York City, Elizabeth Guerra grew up with a family from varying ethnic and spiritual backgrounds. Her father was born in Puerto Rico, as was her paternal grandmother, who was an Espiritista (Spiritualist) specializing in exorcisms. Her maternal grandmother … 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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The Faery Gates of Avalon by Gareth Knight

The Faery Gates of Avalon is the first of four books originally published by R.J. Stewart Books to be reissued imminently through Skylight Press. The other three to follow are The Little Book of the Great Enchantment by Steve Blamires, … Continue reading

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What Skylight Authors are Reading

It’s always fascinating to see what writers read, where they find sustenance and inspiration for their own work. A few Skylight authors have graciously agreed to let us in on what they are currently reading, whether for guilty pleasure or … Continue reading

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