Isis Magic: Cultivating a Relationship with the Goddess of 10,000 Names

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Llewellyn Publications, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 624 pages
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Divine Mother, Mistress of Magic, Goddess of the Green Earth, Queen of Mysteries, and Lady of Hermetic Wisdom are just some of the names of the goddess Isis. This book begins with a history of Isis worship, which can then be applied to a four-part initiatory journey through the House of Isis. The reader should learn how to connect to Isis through exercises, meditation and rituals, and is offered inner guidance and increased magical skill.

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User Review  - MJ Van Steenberg - Goodreads

Hands down the best book out there for working with Isis, whether it's in a group or solitary. Most of the exercises still need adaptation for working with a group, and I had to tweak things a little ... Read full review

Review: Isis Magic: Cultivating a Relationship with the Goddess of 10,000 Names

User Review  - Latertuesday - Goodreads

An incredibly thick tome: great for information, but a bit overwhelming in scope. Definitely one of the best books for Kemetics, and Isian worshippers. Read full review

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About the author (2001)

M. Isidora Forrest has been a devotee of the Goddess Isis for more than fifteen years. She is an initiated Prophetess of the House of Isis, and in 1997 she was formally ordained by Arch-Hierophant Olivia Robertson as a Priestess of the international Fellowship of Isis. Forrest has also earned the title of Adept for her more than twenty years of study in a one-hundred-year-old Hermetic magical tradition. Ten years ago, Forrest and her husband founded the Hermetic Fellowship, a legally recognized, not-for-profit religious organization. Today, the Fellowship offers a mix of ritual for worship, celebration, and spiritual growth, as well as workshops and classes devoted to education in the Western esoteric tradition. Forrest is the author of "Divination in the Greco-Egyptian Magical Papyri," in The Golden Dawn Journal, Book I; "The Equilibration of Jehovah"in The Golden Dawn Journal, Book II; "The Hermetic Isis"in The Golden Dawn Journal, Book III; and "Pagans and Neo-Pagans"in Magical Pantheons, all of which were edited by Chic and Tabatha Cicero and published by Llewellyn.

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