When I See the Wild God: Encountering Urban Celtic Witchcraft
Deepen your knowledge of the sacred mysteries . . . enter the space where nothing begins and nothing ends . . . reclaim your pagan heritage. A unique blend of witchcraft instruction, Celtic mythology, and urban fantasy, this work goes beyond ordinary witchcraft manuals. Ly de Angeles provides insight into the Celtic perspective of sacredness, and presents invocations, visu...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published June 8th 2004 by Llewellyn Publications
(first published 2004)
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The weaving of storytelling into the spirituality presented in this book is what made me fall in love with it right off the bat. The introduction to the book is a beautifully written, heart-wrenching scene which reads as just one stand-alone piece of a long and continuously unfolding story - and that rings true to every experience I've had through the course of my life, be it spiritual or mundane.
Oddly enjoyable book. The author is based in the Celtic pantheon, and throws out a few Irish Gaelic terms here and there, and the stories and some rituals look pretty good. Some of the stuff comes across rather quirky, but it makes it interesting.