Tag Archives: William G. Gray

du Lac by Alan Richardson

“So I cannot say for sure how old I am because I cannot see my beginnings. When I try to look, I’m peering into the lake bottom which is my genesis: things are stirred up, rising like muddy, formless wraiths … 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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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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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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“Now We are Three” by Gareth Knight

Now we are three. That is to say – three years old. And we are Skylight Press. A brain child of my daughter Rebecca (AKA  Rebsie) along with kindred spirit Daniel Staniforth, based in the USA,  and we recently got together … 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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Working with Inner Light: a new book by W.G. Gray

It’s been almost nineteen years since the veteran Qabalist and occult writer William G. Gray passed away at his Cheltenham home (coincidentally only a mile up the road from the Skylight Press offices). And it’s been forty-six years since he … Continue reading

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