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Paul Sédir’s ‘Initiations’ translated by Gareth Knight

These savants proclaim that the material universe is perfectly organised, and that all will occur according to rule since, they say, everything is subject to laws of causation and the conservation of energy. Agreed. But they expect the moral universe … Continue reading

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Michael Howard on Skylight Press

Michael Howard is an Anglo-Irish writer, historical researcher and editor. His work has become well-known and much respected after some 38 books on witchcraft, paganism and western occultism, including various tomes on the Norse-Germanic runes, folk traditions, angelic magic, faery … 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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