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Home > Books & Reviews > Pagan > Between The Worlds Search

Book Review:
Between the Worlds

Author: Stuart Myers
Trade Paperback, 256 pages
Publisher: Llewellyn
Publication date: December 1995
ISBN: 1567184804
Price & More Info: Click Here

Even after over twenty years in the Craft, there is one word that gives me instant headaches. That word is the Qabalah. It always seemed like the harder I tried to study it the less I understood. Other than a basic grasp of the Tree of Life, most of the teachings of the Qabalah escaped me.

Now there is a book dealing with the Tree of Life and the Qabalah from a Wiccan point of view. Written by a Third-Degree Gardnerian, it does a good job of setting out a learning system that allows for personal development. Each exercise leads neatly into the next. Having read the book, I am now looking forward to going back and working my way through the exercises.

The only problem I had with this book is the fact that his Gardnerian background so heavily flavors his writing. I realize that we write as we are influenced, but at times his views on the Craft and mine differed enough that I found it distracting from his message.

Reviewed by Elspeth

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