Shamanism and Witchcraft

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Chas Clifton
Llewellyn Publications, 1994 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 266 pages
A compelling and honest examination of shamanic techniques as they are being practiced in Neopagan Witchcraft in the 1990s. Fourteen contributors tell how they have integrated techniques such as trance journeys, soul retrieval, and altered states of consciousness. Also, learn to incorporate caves for ritual and inner journeys, how spirit contacts are made, how guides are perceived and much more.

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As with most anthologies, the quality of the essays varies. In general, I feel that current historical research does not support the idea that Wicca is Western shamanism--although the outer fringes of ... Read full review


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Chas S. Clifton holds a master's degree in religious studied with an emphasis on the development of new religious movements. nbsp;He lives in the Wet Mountains of Colorado where he writes about Western esoteric traditions.

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