Discover the amazing links between two of the world's oldest spiritual systems and how you can make use of them today, when you read Witchcraft and the Shamanic Journey (previously titled North Star Road) by Kenneth Johnson.
This is an inspiring guide for those who seek to reclaim the ways and lore of their ancestors. Witchcraft and the Shamanic Journey reveals the spiritual experience at the core of the world's religious traditionsshamanism. Johnson has uncovered compelling evidence for the existence of a variety of ecstatic traditions throughout medieval and Renaissance Europeregional cults that survived into the so-called "Burning Times," when their members were ruthlessly persecuted as Witches.
·Discover the secrets of the shamanic "otherworld" and what it looks like
·Secrets of totem animals
·Traveling in the Spirit
·Origins of the Sabbat
·The truth about the "Flying Ointment"
·The Wild Hunt
·Technique to journey to the Land of the Dead
·How to find your animal totem
·How to find your tree of power
Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki, famous author and Director of Studies for the Servants of the Light, says this about Witchcraft and the Shamanic Journey: "Kenneth Johnson has given us a detailed map of the 'Otherworld' and with a masterly touch has woven a multi-hued picture of its origins, highways, and by-ways. It will appeal to all who tread the Path of the Magi, be you Witch, Shaman, Qabbalist, Alchemist, or Magician. Informative, accurate, inspiring, and written with the heart as well as the head, Witchcraft and the Shamanic Journey is a book to have, hold, and enjoy that will always have something new to offer as your abilities grow."
Witchcraft and the Shamanic Journey is a phenomenal book, revealing the true secrets of the past of Shamanism and Witchcraft, their ultimate unity today, and a path for tomorrow. If you follow a spiritual path, you must get Witchcraft and the Shamanic Journey.
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