Jean Paul Ord
I've been lucky enough to have had a read of this journey and dont worry Im not going to tell you the end , As they say its the getting there that is half the fun .It is a well written journey and the identities that you meet along the way are really well described and are close to my hart and any Pagans hart, as you travel with the main character you cant help but exprence all that is happening around you! a great read , I loved it , one that I will happerly share with others , a bit of dark and light mystery , just the way I like it really :}
AnonymousJan 18, 2012 07:38 AM
I really enjoyed the honesty and reality that the author exposed with his writing. At times he almost seemed to be raw with emotions and feelings and although the subject matter is a bit new to me, it gave me something to actually THINK about rather than being yet another brainless subject that one reads, puts back on the shelf, never to be thought of again. I too have had a few astral trips this past 6 months so when I read this book, it was actually nice to know that 1) I wasn't crazy. 2) This has occurred for an extended period of time for someone else 3) It actually gave me some insight. 4) I really dislike a book that you already know how its going to end before you get to the last few chapters; such wasn't the case with this book!
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Morgana SythoveJan 18, 2012 07:41 AM
For anyone who enjoys pathworking (guided fantasy) or working with inner journeys this book will come as a welcome addition to their references.
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The Key of the Storm is a fascinating journal of a soul's progress through the worlds Between the worlds. It's a powerful account of a man either plagued or gifted with visions and mystical experiences and his, at times frustrating, attempts to comprehend them. For those of us who have experienced the mysteries created when adjacent realms of existence intersect with ours, The Key of the Storm is a powerful book. Part prose, part poetry, the journal is written in a slightly archaic voice that is entirely natural to the context and interspersed with fine illustrations. In the In Between, we encounter gods, goddesses, and other souls. This book will appeal to mystics, shamans, and seekers, but it's really for all of us who need to understand what lies beyond this plane of existence and what may happen to our souls once we reach the In Between. It's the story of the soul and it's journey through birth, death, and rebirth.show more
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