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by Lee Irwin The origin of this book came in a visionary encounter for Lee Irwin. Meditations on Christ is a book about the Hermetic Christ, not the Christ of traditional Christianity, not the Christ of the Church, nor the Christ of the conventional faith of Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, or Protestant teachings. And yet, it […]
by John Michael Greer The Gnostic Celtic Church has chosen to establish what was once called a regular clergy, as distinct from a secular clergy—that is to say, something much closer to monks than to ministers. This was the core model for clergy in the old Celtic Church in Ireland, Wales, Brittany, and other Celtic […]
by Karen Johannsen This book offers practical esoteric information about meditative practices at the time of the full moon. It is an inviting and easy way to work with the heightened spiritual energies over a five-day period each month and use them for personal and planetary transformation. When rhythmically aligned with the cycles of the […]
by John Michael Greer In the midst of the eighteenth-century Enlightenment, a handful of British intellectuals turned their backs on the social and cultural trends of their time and set out to reinvent the spirituality of the ancient Druids. The movement that rose out of this effort played a central role in struggles for cultural […]
by John Michael Greer Since its origins in the early eighteenth century, Druidry-a modern movement of nature spirituality drawing much of its inspiration from Celtic tradition-has evolved a rich body of ceremonial and collective practice. Celebrated privately within groves this body of lore provides a ritual framework for the celebration of the seasonal cycle and […]
by Lee Irwin This new book teaches the ancient truth of alchemical liberation, by which each of us can overcome the dehumanizing forces all around us and grow into the full-bodied, open-minded, spiritually joyful beings we all have the potential to become. 284 pages Published by Lorian Press
by John Matthews A compilation of many here-to-fore unpublished essays and writings by John covering many subjects. As David Spanger states in the introduction, “In our time when so much emphasis is on the quick and the facile, the glamorous and the trendy, John Matthews offers something deep and lasting. He bridges the ancient wisdoms […]