Becoming The Enchanter

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Random House, Jun 30, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 320 pages
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After the death of her fianc-, Lyn Webster Wilde sought refuge in alcohol, meaningless affairs and her high-powered job as a film-maker. But a chance encounter changed her life and, after fulfilling a series of tests, she was cautiously welcomed into a secret fraternity. She discovered that her new companions were the guardians of an ancient tradition of knowledge every bit as potent and life-transforming as that of the Native Americans or Siberian Shamans. It is a tradition that reaches back through the wisdom of the Celts to the megalith-builders of the Neolithic age and which continues to this day in the British isles. This is Lyn's extraordinary true account of her experiences and adventures on her way to unlocking life-altering magical secrets and ultimately 'becoming the enchanter'.
 

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BECOMING THE ENCHANTER: A Journey to the Heart of the Celtic Mysteries

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Sometime London-based TV producer and writer Wilde (On the Trail of the Women Warriors, 2000) offers a "nonfiction narrative" of her quest for spirituality via rituals assembled from beliefs ... Read full review

Contents

AUTHORS NOTE
THE RIDDLE
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Epilogue
APPENDIX
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Copyright

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Lyn Webster Wilde has enjoyed a successful career as a film-maker and radio- and television-producer, her credits including such varied work as 'Woman's Hour', pop videos and documentaries. She has many media contacts. Her appearances in front of the scenes include 'Start the Week' and a channel 4 programme on female gladiators. She is the author of On the Trail of the Women Warriors.

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