Magic Crystals, Sacred Stones

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John Hunt Publishing, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 185 pages
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Magic Crystals, Sacred Stones is aimed at those who have explored crystal working as a beginnerand who now wish to understand the mysteries of the Earthat a deeper level.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Chalklands
14
Natures Jewel Case
28
Sulphides and Sulphosalts
44
Halides
59
Silicates
75
Pyroxene Group
84
Feldspar Group
97
The Cult of Birthstones
114
The Power of Elixirs
128
The Unsung Pioneer
142
Variations on an Original Theme
159
The Magical Correspondences of Liber 777
173
Talismans and Amulets Part Two
177
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Mélusine Draco originally trained in the magical arts of traditional British Old Craft with Bob and Mériém Clay-Egerton.  She has been a magical and spiritual instructor for over 20 years with Arcanum and the Temple of Khem, and writer of numerous popular books including Liber Agyptius: the Book of Egyptian Magic; The Egyptian Book of Days; The Egyptian Book of Nights; The Thelemic Handbook; The Hollow Tree, an elementary guide to the Qabalah; A Witch's Treasury of the Countryside; Root & Branch: British Magical Tree Lore and Starchild: a rediscovery of stellar wisdom.   Her highly individualistic teaching methods and writing draws on ancient sources, supported by academic texts and current archaeological findings.  She now lives in Ireland near the Galtee Mountains. Mélusine Draco, as her name suggests, has long been plugged into the powerful currents of traditional witchcraft and ritual magic. She is one of the real ones.  Her provocative series of Tradition Witchcraft will show you how to move between the inner and outer worlds. Follow along behind her if you dare ... Alan Richardson, author of Priestess and The Old Sod, biographies of Dion Fortune and W G Gray.

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