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Pagan Bookshelf: Trance (Part 2)

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Many Witches, Wiccans, and occultists work with trance and altered states of consciousness as a major part of their practice. If you are interested in getting started in this sort of work check out the introductory books listed in Pagan Bookshelf: Trance. If you’re ready for more here are some suggestions to get you even more involved. “Travelling Between the… Read more »

Pagan Bookshelf: Trance

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Many magickal practitioners use altered states of consciousness, often called trance, as a way to tap energies and connect with beings that are usually beyond our everyday reality. Trance allows us to draw from the inexhaustible well of inspiration. It allows us to commune with the Divine, and to work wonders. In Wicca, Gardner taught that there were eight main… Read more »

“Lifting the Veil” by Janet Farrar & Gavin Bone

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Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone have done it again with “Lifting the Veil” — another instant classic which will surely be recommended for years to come.  A must-read for Wiccans, Witches, Occultists and Pagans wishing to explore or strengthen ecstatic and trance connections with the Divine and spirit realm.  Janet and Gavin’s deep understanding of the topic and years of… Read more »