Tag Archives: Sacred Earth

The Curve of the Land: Review by Kevan Manwaring

The Curve of the Land: Diana Durham – a review By Kevan Manwaring This thin novel by American-based British writer Diana Durham is weighty with ideas – like narrow uprights supporting the monumental capstone of a cromlech. It charts a contemporary … Continue reading

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Seasonal Occult Rituals by William G. Gray

…By looking for what might be called the soul of nature, mankind has eventually found out many secrets about its body. Maybe this has taken a long time historically, and undoubtedly we are still a long way from learning all … Continue reading

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A Couple of Recent Reviews…

  Here are a couple of recent reviews of Skylight books…   Review by David James: Stewart Farrar – Writer on a Broomstick  A biography by Elizabeth Guerra and Janet Farrar “Whilst he might not have had the cache of … 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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Treasures for your Solstice….

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MAGICAL SITES OF THE COTSWOLDS – A Calendar by Rebsie Fairholm

Need the perfect Christmas present for your friends and family?  Here is a beautiful 2013 calendar presenting the wonderful photographs of Skylight Press book designer and author, Rebsie Fairholm, featuring favourite magical sites from around her beloved Cotswolds. Rebsie is the … 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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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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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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