by John Michael Greer
Have you read it?
The author is fluent in medieval French and Latin and the book is not written for fluffies because it is written in a format of learning and not of happy go lucky story tale.
Was published in 1999 and I bet I have had it nearly that long but just finally opened it to read it last night. Tired from moving, I went to the book case and said "hand me something I can read, to keep me awake to finish the laundry - and that will not upset me"
closed my eyes reached out, and here came this book.
I remember a couple of times starting it, and putting it aside because it would take too much concentration - the difference was last night I was too tired to get up and change the book for another LOL
I realized a couple of things - one
it is a read more than once, a book to study with - not to read with and two
I actually agree with a lot
of what he has said so far .. but I am only in about 30 pages. I can see why I would have picked this up though and thought hmm this looks good!
This book is "A Practical Guide to Geomancy" as in the form of divination.
[think Dante in Canto XIX of his Purgatorio .....and the geomancer sees - His greater fortune up the east ascend]
So anyone else here read the book?
Or the author?
He apparently also has written:
Inside a Magical Lodge
Paths of Wisdom
Circles of Power
I have read none of those, and would answer who?! Link