Companion for the Apprentice Wizard

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Career Press, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 261 pages
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Here Is the Book Merlin Could Have Given a Young Arthur…If Only It Had Existed.

Oberon Zell-Ravenheart shares magickal practices in his new book Companion for the Apprentice Wizard. Unlike his first best-selling book, Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard which focused on the lessons one must learn to become a Wizard, Oberon focuses on taking you to the next level by putting those lessons to use with hands-on magickal training.

Chapters are based on the Departments of Oberon's Grey School of Wizardry:
Alchemy
Beast Mastery
Ceremonial Magick
Cosmology and Metaphysics
Divination
Healing
Lifeways
Lore
Mathemagicks
Metapsychics
Nature
Performance Magic
Practice
Sorcery
Wizardry
Wortcunning

Inside you will find materials and exercises from the vaults of the Grey School, and instruction from the faculty. Step-by-step instructions are provided for:
  • How to make a Wizard's wand
  • How to make your own runes
  • How to make a pocket sundial
  • How to make and use a firebow
  • How to make the milky way galaxy
  • How to make your own amulets and talismans
  • Potions for all purposes
  • How to conjure illusions and create special effects
  • And many other amazing projects…

    Companion for the Apprentice Wizard also includes a number of hand-drawn, full-page diagrams of magickal objects to copy, cut out, and assemble, including:
  • Spinners for psychokinesis
  • A Planetary Hour Calculator
  • The Mariner's Astrolabe


  • A winged dragon
  • A model of the mystic pyramid
  • A model of Leonardo da Vinci's Ornithopter
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    About the author (2006)

    Oberon Zell-Ravenheart (1942-) is an elder in the worldwide magickal community, and has worked as a grade school teacher and a family and youth counselor. Through his publication of Green Egg magazine over a period of 30 years, Oberon was instrumental in the founding of the modern Pagan movement, which he so named. In 1970, he had a profound Vision of the Living Earth that he published as an early version of ?The Gaia Thesis.? Oberon is an initiate in several magickal traditions and has been involved in many interfaith projects. He is a thealogian and ritualist, creating and conducting rites of passage, seasonal celebrations, Mystery Initiations, Earth-healings, and other large rituals. Oberon has traveled throughout the world, celebrated solar eclipses at ancient stone circles, raised unicorns, and swum with mermaids in the Coral Sea. He is author of the acclaimed Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard, and Headmaster of the online Grey School of Wizardry. Living in Northern California, Oberon also sculpts altar statues of gods and goddesses, and is lifemate to Morning Glory, his beloved Witchy wife of 32 years.

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