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eBook Faery Wicca, Book 2: The Shamanic Practices of the Cunning Arts (The Ancient Oral Faery Tradition of Ireland) ePub

by Kisma K. Stepanich

  • ISBN: 1567186955
  • Category: New Age and Spirituality
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Kisma K. Stepanich
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications; First Edition edition (April 8, 1998)
  • Pages: 320
  • ePub book: 1294 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1375 kb
  • Other: lrf mobi txt lrf
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 218

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Faery Wicca, Book 1: Theory and Magick, a Book of Shadows and Lights (The Ancient Oral .

Faery Wicca, Book 1: Theory and Magick, a Book of Shadows and Lights (The Ancient Oral Faery Tradition of Ireland) (B. ). Kisma founded Women Spirit Rising of Costa Mesa, a woman's organization that provides ongoing New and Full Moon ceremonies, monthly Goddess mythology circles, seasonal celebrations and women's spirituality workshops. Of Irish and Romanian descent, Kisma Proudly claims her European heritage.

Kisma wrote a wonderful book about the shamanic approaches to the Irish Faery Faith

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Resume your study of the Faery Realm in part II of the Faery Wicca Series. Kisma K. Stepanich was born July 4, 1958, in Southern California.

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In Faery Seership the truths we seek can only be found within ourselves within nature and within our relationships to. .

In Faery Seership the truths we seek can only be found within ourselves within nature and within our relationships to nature. At the center of the Faery Tradition lies the Tree of Enchantment: the symbol for these relationships and for the threefold life of humanity. At each level of the tree there are attending spirit forces that vary from beings of light to beings of shadow from the ancestors of humanity to the architects of form and nature from the destiny of our planet to the creation forces of the universe.

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Resume your study of the Faery Realm in part II of the Faery Wicca Series. Deepen your focus on the tradition's shamanic practices as you release your inner teacher, undergo the ritual of rebirth, explore methods of meditation, including shapeshifting and seership, and enter the realm of transformation. Your experience culminates in the Land of Faery, where you meet the Faery King and Queen!

Comments

Deeroman Deeroman
This book is not one I recommend, even used. As with the first book some of her information is simply wrong, such as her assertion that Cu Chulain was a shapeshifter who could take on the form of a wolf, hound, eel or bird, and her confusion of the Daghda with his harp. This occurs in that same section where she states he could take the form of a harp whose playing changed the seasons. In reality it was one of his famed possessions, not himself - in point of fact in one tale it is stolen and he must go with Ogma to reclaim it which would be rather difficult if he and it were one and the same. Those details aside though my biggest issue with this book is that the author takes Christian charms from the Carmina Gadelica, Vol. I & II: Hymns and Incantations (Forgotten Books), alters them slightly to be more appropriate for her "faery Wicca" by changing references to God and Jesus to Danu, and calls them traditional faery Wicca charms, without ever citing the real source she is drawing on. Not only is this misleading to people reading the book who are not familiar with the source material, but it is unfair to the source material itself to fail to credit it. Her faery faith is not old or traditional - it is clearly her own invention based off of altering genuine traditional material without ever admitting that is what she is doing. If you want to practice faery faith magic just read the Gadelica for yourself - you can rewrite the charms your own way and know where they came from.
Dodo Dodo
I love the edition purchased. It was in excellent condition.
grand star grand star
While I enjoy and use the first book as a reference item I did not enjoy this book at all. The use of Shamanic and Faery Wicca within a book just boggles my mind. As they are two different practices. I DO NOT recommend someone to use this book..There are far better books out there that deal with "true shamanism" without mixing it with wicca.
Simple Simple
Been looking for this out of print book for a long time. So happy to get it at such a reasonable and affordable price. I love going to my local HPB, but as they didn't have it was super excited to get it here. Hope to find more books and stuff from you soon
Welen Welen
a little unrealalistic in purpose and goals
Cktiell Cktiell
This book was a gift for my son who is collecting the set which he is reading in order. Not my choice for personal reading so I cannot review the story or writing.
fire dancer fire dancer
Great book. Very informative.
I an wiccan and I love this book and the first one as well. It brings new things to light and everything is explained in a very easy way for people to understand.