Sable reviews Andre Norton’s classic science fantasy novel “Witch World.”
Deadline time! Did I make it? The conclusion of the Okanagan Library Summer Reading Challenge, a recap, and a short review of “People of the River” by W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O’Neal Gear.
A short review of The Secret History of the Mongol Queens by Jack Weatherford, and why it is an important book for Pagans.
The time is drawing nigh and I’m not finished yet! Update on the Vernon Library Summer Reading Challenge on the road, plus a short review of “The Secret History of the Mongol Queens” by Jack Weatherford.
It surprises me that none of my friends have reviewed this book yet! I discovered it quite by accident, but in this book, Ponce proposes the idea that magick is simply a way of mapping the complex psyche of the human mind, giving the symbolism used in magick a universal application, particularly in the field of Jungian psychology. For those who enjoy a study of Jungian psychology, or magickal practitioners who (like me) believe that magick is really all about schooling the conscious and subconscious mind, thus changing our reality by a combination of affecting outlook and expectation, this is an essential that is well worth your time. I reference it in my own book, The Witch’s Eight Paths of Power, and I highly recommend it.