Pathways in Modern Western Magic

Pathways in Modern Western Magic

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This exciting multi-authored volume provides a fascinating overview of the many different pathways that help defi ne esoteric belief and practice in modern Western magic. Included here are chapters on the late 19th century Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, the infl uential Thelemic doctrines of Aleister Crowley, and the different faces of the Universal Goddess in Wicca and the Pagan traditions. Also included are chapters on Neoshamanism in Europe and the United States-and an account of how these traditions have in turn infl uenced the rise of techno-shamanism in the West. Additional features of this collection include insider perspectives on Seidr oracles, hybridised Tantra, contemporary black magic, the Scandinavian Dragon Rouge and Chaos magic in Britain-as well as profi les of the magical artists Ithell Colquhoun, Austin Osman Spare and Rosaleen Norton. Contributors: Nikki Bado Jenny Blain Nevill Drury Dave Evans Amy Hale Phil Hine Lynne Hume Marguerite Johnson Thomas Karlsson James R. Lewis Libu e Martinkova Robert J. Wallis Don Webb Dominique Beth Wilson Andrei A. Znamenski Nevill Drury, editor of this collection, received his PhD from the University of Newcastle, Australia, in 2008. His most recent publications include Stealing Fire from Heaven: the Rise of Modern Western Magic and The Varieties of Magical Experience (co-authored with Dr Lynne Hume)."show more

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  • Paperback | 484 pages
  • 150 x 228 x 34mm | 762.03g
  • Concrescent Press
  • Richmond, United States
  • Abkhaz
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0984372997
  • 9780984372997
  • 950,619

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