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Author Topic: Help me pick a first Paganism book!  (Read 3177 times)
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« Reply #2: June 26, 2011, 10:11:09 pm »

3) Donald Michael Kraig, Modern Magick, 3d edition.  Focuses heavily on ceremonial magick.  Includes Judeo-Christian kabbalah which is interesting, but also work with the Judeo-Christian god, which is somewhat off-putting to someone who already has an established relationship with other deities.  The only book to seriously discuss sex magick and entity work, both of which I find fascinating.

This is an excellent book that will give you a good grounding in the Western Magical Tradition even if you decide you have no further interest in ceremonial magic. However, it is about magic and not about spirituality.

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