Ascension Magick: Ritual, Myth & Healing for the New Aeon

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2007 - 561 pages

Taking a magickal approach to this often misunderstood spirituality, Christopher Penczak explores the fascinating path of ascension.Ascension Magick unveils the diverse mystical roots of ascension, and highlights where the beliefs and practices of today's "light workers" intersect with those of modern pagans, witches, and magick practitioners. It also examines the practical side-various forms of magick, energy healing, meditation, past life regression, channeling, dowsing-and provides helpful meditations, spells, and exercises. From angels and aliens to reincarnation and the Merkaba, Penczak leaves no stone unturned in this remarkably thorough and absorbing examination of ascension spirituality and magick.

 

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I have been looking for this book FOREVER. Im glad I found it at such a great price. This book is so amazing. It has such a different look and explination for everything. From the different planes of ... Read full review

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This is an excellent introductory book on the ascension movement. The author is very comprehensive in tracing the various roots of the movement and explaining different concepts and principles within ... Read full review

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Christopher Penczak is a Witch, teacher, writer, and healing practitioner. He is the founder of the world-renowned Temple of Witchcraft and the Temple Mystery School, and he is the creator of the bestselling Temple of Witchcraft books and audio CDs. Christopher is an ordained minister, serving the New Hampshire and Massachusetts pagan and metaphysical communities through public rituals, private counsel, and teaching. He also travels extensively and teaches throughout the United States. Christopher lives in New Hampshire.

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