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Shay Skepevski is a Freelance Writer and Visionary Artist, born and living in Sydney, Australia. He was raised with Macedonian (northern Greece) culture and tradition, which intimately introduced him to a world of European folk-magick. Identifying himself as an Hekatean Priest and Inspired Insomniac, for over a decade Shay has been practicing his solitary Witchcraft, his ...more
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Trent Smith
Jan 04, 2013 Trent Smith rated it it was amazing
Shay Skepevski is gifted with literary intellect. His 1st book Lunatik Witchcraft takes the reader on an inspiring journey of spiritual growth, evolvement and ultimately if one lets it, the experience of knowing thyself.

Whilst the book’s intended audience are devotees of the goddess Hekate, all can grow and flourish spiritually and emotionally from the sacred truths, practical rituals and wisdom contained in its pages.

I encourage all seekers to read this amazing work as all will find strength
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