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WELCOME to the Edge of the Circle Newsletter. This newsletter has come about as aneffort to reach out to the Pagan/ Occult community (particularly in Seattle where we are based) to inform the community of what events are happening at our store. Without further ado, welcome, and enjoy.  Regards, Erica (Raven) Branch-Butler, Editrix-

WHO WE ARE: Edge of the Circle Books is Seattle's resource for Paganism & the Occult. This newsletter seeks to provide the Seattle community with a place to list events, post articles, and do a bit of networking.






We are located at: 701 E. Pike St, corner of Boylston Ave., just two blocks west of Broadway, on Capitol Hill.

Edge of the Circle Books strives to be your ideal Magical Pagan store.

Open 7 days a week, Noon 'till 9pm.
Call: 206-PAN-1999

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ALEISTER CROWLEY AND THE HIDDEN GOD
By Kenneth Grant
Starfire Publishing
List Price: $59.95

FROM THE PUBLSHER:
The republishing of the Typhonian Trilogies continues with the second volume in the series, Aleister Crowley and the Hidden God, first published by Muller in 1973 and subsequently reissued by Skoob Publishing in 1992. This new edition of 1500 copies is freshly typeset in an octavo format of 253 pages. Sewnbound hardback, with a frontispiece, a twenty-page section of plates, illustrated endpapers and a full-colour dustjacket, this republication integrates the errata from the Skoob edition within the text, and incorporates further corrections noted subsequently in Kenneth Grant's personal copy of the book. Where possible, plates have been rephotographed, and some are presented in colour. There are also some new plates included by Steffi Grant.
MORE INFO:
Aleister Crowley vowed to free man from bondage by showing him how to invoke his latent genius ─ the Hidden God. It is characteristic of Crowley that to this end he utilised the mysterious energies of sex: the most potent, most obsessive of man’s illusions which, if used unintelligently, strengthens the false sense of individual existence that divorces him from the fullness of cosmic consciousness.

Aleister Crowley and the Hidden God is an exhaustive and critical study of Crowley’s system of sexual magick and the strange rites which he practised and advocated for the purpose of promoting the Law of Freedom with its formula of “Love under Will”. The book reveals the occult workings of the Fire Snake or Kundalini-Goddess, the cosmic power in man which, when awakened by magical means, assumes an external form identified by Crowley as the Scarlet Woman, she who influences the secret power-zones in the body of man and invokes the Hidden God.

Here Kenneth Grant also describes a method of dream control involving the use of the Ophidian Current transmitted by Crowley, Spare, Fortune, Grosche, and others. Its object is to establish contact with extra-terrestrial and non-human beings with the ultimate purpose of transcending the limitations of personality and of realising cosmic consciousness, thus fulfilling the magical formula of the New Aeon.




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CONJURE CODEX 2By Jake Stratton-Kent (Editor), Dis Albion (Editor), Erzebet Carr (Editor)
Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: Hadean Press; annotated edition edition (April 19, 2013)
List Price: $38.95

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
The practice of spirit conjuration has thrived since humanity first experienced and sought to work with the natural forces of the seen and unseen worlds. It remains to this day as a living tradition among many modern cultures, while in others conjuration has been equated with 'the devil's work' or sidelined into the realm of the incredulous, viewed with superstition and disdain. Misconceptions abound, in part because the reality of spirit conjuration is often as obscured as are the spirits themselves. 

CONJURE CODEX breaks new ground in presenting inter-related material from a range of traditions, embracing ancient cultures, the grimoires, New World traditions and others; by publishing new translations and rare texts alongside accounts of work in these traditions, and elucidations of them. In this issue is found an introduction to Betel of the Grimoire of Armadel, a treatise on the three purifying herbs of the True Grimoire, an account of Jesus Malverde, an annotated version of the Testament of Solomon, the love spells of the Petit Albert, and more.


The enclosed articles do double duty; they are sufficient unto themselves while providing insights relating to wider topics. Susanne Iles elucidates the Grimoire of Armadel, an important text for which Mathers only consulted one manuscript. Here Susanne explains the omissions in the published text; note too, the importance of the ‘First Character’ to the ritual process, mirroring the True Grimoire. Alexander Cummins, writing on the purifying herbs of the latter grimoire, demonstrates further inter-relatedness while his articulate commentary sets a benchmark for other authors. The blue grimoires, wrongly neglected by a previous generation of occultists, receive ample attention in this issue, with material relating to both the Petit Albert and Saint Cyprian. Two articles in this collection depict the quandary of urban magicians, offering solutions and implications. Meanwhile, the New World traditions are amply served by an account of Jesus Malverde, the so-called ‘narco saint’, and new magics are served by Kent Cockerell’s tale of cutting out deadweight, and what can grow when we do. Finally, the ancient roots of Western magic are represented by a readable and briefly commented version of the Testament of Solomon. This foundation text of Solomonic magic, a major portion of Western magic in general, is important in many respects; its C6th roots demonstrate the critical role of the ancient synthesis in shaping Western magic.

Table of Contents

Becoming the Green Mystery
Nicholaj de Mattos Frisvold

Jesus Malverde: Angel of the Poor
Jamie Alexzander

The Grimoire of Armadel: A Meeting with Betel
Susanne Iles

The Testament of Solomon
with an introduction by Jake Stratton-Kent

The Grimoire of Saint Cyprian or The Prodigies of the Devil
Translated and with an introduction by José Leitão

The Love Spells of the Petit Albert
Translated and with an introduction by Talia Felix

Cities of Life and Death
Gavin ‘The Fox’ Marriner

Against the Interim: A Guide to Cutting Out Bureaucracies with Cut-Up, Trance, and Pain
Kent Cockerell

The Three Purifiers: The Asperging Herbs of the True Grimoire
Alexander Cummins

The Saint, the Magus, and the Devil
Humberto Maggi


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THE TRIBE OF WITCHES:
The Religion of the Dobunni and Hwicce
By Stephen Yeates
Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: Oxbow Books (June 1, 2008)
List Price: $29.95

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
Until now the old religions of Britain have only been looked at in a piecemeal way. This book presents a detailed and focused investigation of the religion of the Dobunni and the Hwicce peoples who occupied the Severn valley and the Cotswolds immediately before and after the Roman occupation. It uncovers some secrets of the old religion of Britain that have lain hidden in reams of unconnected and largely forgotten information, from a variety of sources. The first part of the book concerns the deification of the natural world; the second, the deities of the tribal groups.
It explores the deities of the different areas of the Dobunnic/Hwiccan territory; identifying the goddess of the Cotswolds, and describes how the worship manifested itself.

Yeates demonstrates how the deification of rivers was important and how this has led to the location of a number of ancient river shrines as well as the identification of a number of monumental arrangements used by the peoples in their religious activities and folk-group identity; numerous recognisably pre-Old English folk-names are also shown to relate specifically to river-names, town-names, and folk-group-names. The religious use of the hill-forts, of which there are so many dotted over the landscape, and their shrines is discussed. These are connected with mineral extraction, warfare, nemetons, and sacred groves. The use for standing totems and burial practices is also covered.

Once the associations are made between deity, river, and folk-group, and all other aspects of religion have been discussed the deity who resided over the Dobunni is revealed. Her cult, which was evident in the major Roman towns, can be traced back into the Iron Age, and can be identified as the inspiration for the tribal name Hwicce.

This shows an element of continuity in British culture, not recognised previously because of the assumed obliteration of British culture due to the extent, success, and longevity of the Roman occupation and Anglo-Saxon migration. Understanding the tribal goddess also explains why this people were "the tribe of witches". Finally, it is recognised that these gods did not perish but persisted in medieval legends, traditions and place-names. Although at its core this is a study of two British tribes, the work will have a major impact on the understanding of pre-Christian religion not only in Britain but also in Western Europe generally.


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A DREAMING FOR THE WITCHES:
Recreation of the Dobunni Primal Myth
By Stephen Yeates
Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: Oxbow Books (August 30, 2009)
List Price: $29.95

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
In The Tribe of Witches, a wide-ranging theoretical framework for understanding the major cults worshipped amongst the Iron-Age tribal group called the Dobunni, later known as the Hwicce, was put forward. Towards the end of that volume, the mother goddess of the Dobunni was introduced.

In A Dreaming for the Witches, the cults that worshipped the tribal deities are explored more fully. The surviving textual data and archaeological material are reviewed, and what we know of the Dobunni pantheon, using predominantly Welsh sources placed in a wider European context, is discussed.

The Roman period process of interpretatio is explored, along with European traditions of mythical animals and plants which created our underlying cultural tales and traditions. The Tribe introduced the Matrona of the Dobunni; this work gets to grips with the tribal father. The sacred landscapes accounted for by Nennius are investigated, and the mythical landscape around Gloucester revealed. Finally, a discussion is put forward which places the cults of the Dobunni at the heart of the Christian grail myths.


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ASTROLOGICAL MAGIC:
Basic Rituals & Meditations
By Benjamin N. Dykes and Jayne B. Gibson
Paperback: 390 pages
Publisher: The Cazimi Press (November 5, 2012)
List Price:$24.95

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
Astrological Magic: Basic Rituals & Meditations is designed for both beginning and experienced ritualists. Written by two veteran ritualists with twenty years of experience apiece, it describes magic in terms of spiritual healing, and is especially written for contemporary astrologers (both traditionalists and modernists) who want a more hands-on, ritualized, and astrologically-based spirituality to complement their chart-reading practices. This book is also designed for those interested in ritual magic, the Tarot, and meditative practices as paths to a spiritually-centered life. For those focusing on ritual magic, this book will teach them how to eventually write their own rituals. For those seeking a deeper understanding of the Tarot, it illuminates the astrological powers behind these cards, and for practitioners of meditation, every ritual includes two meditations. Following an extensive introduction full of instruction and hints, including a primer on astrological elections, Astrological Magic contains rituals on all Elements, Planets, and Signs, with a culminating ritual for each group. Tarot meditations and other visualizations, Appendices on incenses and color, and more are included in this invaluable guide to astrological ritual and spirituality.

From the Back Cover
Astrological Magic: Basic Rituals & Meditations is designed for both beginning and experienced ritualists. Written by two veteran ritualists with twenty years of experience apiece, it describes magic in terms of spiritual healing, and is especially written for contemporary astrologers (both traditionalists and modernists) who want a more hands-on, ritualized, and astrologically-based spirituality to complement their chart-reading practices.

This book is also designed for those interested in ritual magic, the Tarot, and meditative practices as paths to a spiritually-centered life. For those focusing on ritual magic, this book will teach them how to eventually write their own rituals. For those seeking a deeper understanding of the Tarot, it illuminates the astrological powers behind these cards, and for practitioners of meditation, every ritual includes two meditations.

Following an extensive introduction full of instruction and hints, including a primer on astrological elections, Astrological Magic contains rituals on all Elements, Planets, and Signs, with a culminating ritual for each group. Tarot meditations and other visualizations, Appendices on incenses and color, and more are included in this invaluable guide to astrological ritual and spirituality. (378 pages)



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LET'S TALK ABOUT RITES OF PASSAGE, DEITY AND THE AFTERLIFE
By Siusaidh Ceanadach
Age Range: 7 - 11 years
Paperback: 80 pages
Publisher: Moon Books (April 16, 2013)
Price: $9.95

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
Offering children from 7-11 a general Pagan view on major life points such as birth, marriage and death.
Let's Talk About Rites of Passage, Deity and the Afterlife is written for children aged 7 - 11. It offers a general Pagan view on major life points such as birth, marriage and death as well as Pagan views of the afterlife, Summerland or the next world. It also looks at some of the major pantheons of Pagan Deities and at every stage a story is told to help the young person understand.


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THE QABALAH WORKBOOK FOR MAGICIANS:
A Guide to the Sephiroth
By Anita Kraft (Author), Lon Milo DuQuette (Foreword)
Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: Weiser Books; Workbook edition (July 1, 2013)
List Price: $19.95

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
The Qabalah Workbook for Magicians is the perfect guide for the practicing magician who wants a greater understanding of Qabalah concepts and practice. Created by Anita Kraft, one of the world's most respected Qabalist teachers, this workbook teachers readers how to practice Qabalah using tarot, plants, stones, perfumes, the zodiac, and other magical sources. Kraft show how to work through the Sephiroth-- the ten attributes or emanations of Qabalah--for greater understanding and illumination.
Drawing on occult works, including those of Israel Regardie, Aleister Crowley, Dion Fortune, and Lon Milo DuQuette, as well as dozens of Hebrew texts and manuscripts, the practicing magician can understand the Tree of Life and other Qabalistic concepts. Kraft has spent more than twenty years creating and perfecting a method by which "Qabalah is experiential as is mysticism and magick. If all you do is read, you are not a mystic, magician, or Qabalist. You must do!" writes Kraft.

About the Author:
Anita Kraft is an accomplished Qabalist and Magician. She has 20 years of research, study and practice. While traveling all over the world, she attended a number of Universities and studied religions as well as Jewish Mysticism. Anita is a Bishop in the Ecclessia Gnostica Catholica as well as a 20 year initiate of the Ordo Templi Orientis.

Lon Milo DuQuette is the author of 15 critically acclaimed books on Magic and the Occult, and one of the most respected writers and lecturers in the field of Western Mystery Traditions. Visit him at: www.lonmiloduquette.com .


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THE BOOK OF CRYSTAL SPELLS:
Magical Uses for Stones, Crystals, Minerals ... and Even Sand
By Ember Grant
Paperback: 264 pages
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (June 8, 2013)
List Price: $16.99

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
Raise Your Crystal Spellwork to the Next Level

Discover dozens of spells that you can use for health, love, home and garden, problem solving, dreams, astral travel, and much more. With hands-on spells, rituals, grids, and other magical methods, The Book of Crystal Spells is a practical and in-depth guide to using stones in creative ways.

• Find tips on cleansing and charging your stones
• Learn to craft magical jewelry, amulets, and talismans
• Incorporate numerology, meditations, elixirs, and crystal grids in your spellwork
• Expand your magic practice by using glass, sand, metals, quartz crystal points, and more

Increase your knowledge of crystal spells with accessible exercises and extensive appendices and correspondences. Whether a beginner or an expert, take your magic to a higher level with the magic of stones, which gives you access to the energetic connection between you and the universe.

About the Author:
Ember Grant (Missouri) has been collecting rocks and minerals for thirty years and practicing crystal magic for fifteen. Since 2003, she has contributed to Llewellyn’s Magical Almanac, Llewellyn’s Herbal Almanac, Llewellyn’s Spell-A-Day Almanac, and Llewellyn’s Witches’ Calendar. Her writing has also appeared in PanGaia, newWitch, and Circle magazine.


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SACRED OBJECTS, SACRED SPACE:
Everyday Tools for the Modern-Day Witch
By Dayna Winters, Patricia Gardner and Angela Kaufman
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing (May 28, 2013)
List Price: $19.99

BY THE PUBLISHER;
An essential guide for all Witches wanting to go beyond the basic understanding of Magickal tools. The focus is on altar, meditation, divination, and other essential tools used in the home to weave Magickal energy. Tips for how to make or substitute tools with similar items for equal effectiveness are included.




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THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ESSENTIAL OILS:
The Complete Guide to the Use of Aromatic Oils In Aromatherapy, Herbalism, Health, and Well Being
By Julia Lawless
Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Conari Press (June 1, 2013)
List Price: $18.95

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
The definitive A-Z reference guide to essential aromatherapy oils. Aromatherapy expert Julia Lawless shares her extensive knowledge in this detailed and systematic survey of more than 190 essential aromatherapy oils. From commonly used oils such as lavender and tea tree oils to the more obscure oils including deertounge, oakmoss, cananga, and angelica, The Encyclopedia of Essential Oils offers a wide variety of uses and cures for everything from wrinkles to kidney stones.

The Encyclopedia of Essential Oils gives detailed information on the most commonly available and widely used flower oils and aromatics including:

the exact origins, synonyms, and related plants
methods of extraction
the herbal/folk tradition for each plant
the uses of each plant
aromatherapy applications
home and commercial uses


This easy-to-use volume lets you access essential information in a variety of ways with a Therapeutic Index, a Botanical Index, and Botanical Classifications, plus safety information.


About the author:
JULIA LAWLESS is a practicing, qualified aromatherapist and member of The International Federation of Aromatherapists. She is the author of numerous highly respected and successful aromatherapy books, including
'Complete Illustrated Guide to Aromatherapy' and 'Illustrated Elements of Essential Oils ' (Thorsons).


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PAIN AND FAITH IN A WICCAN WORLD
By Crystal Blanton
Paperback: 190 pages
Publisher: Megalithica Books; First edition (February 1, 2013)
List Price: $20.99

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
Pain and Faith in a Wiccan World: Spirituality, Ethics and Transformation fuses spirituality and counseling concepts to add a deeper layer of personal growth and connection to living the Wiccan path. This book looks beyond the concepts of ritual and reaches into previously untouched territory within the Pagan book market to address thriving as a Pagan.
How important will it be for us to identify coping skills that aid in living as a Pagan while surviving the traumas that can be debilitating? How do we support a fellow Pagan in growing beyond circumstances in a way that maintains spiritual values and integrity? What are spiritual values and integrity? These are all questions that are crucial in the path of self discovery, growing as a spiritual being, identifying with living as a Pagan and using our pain as a stepping stone to true enlightenment and connection with the Gods. This book gives personal insight into spiritual development and building tools to support others who are experiencing similar circumstances as well. This is a human issue book that addresses the needs of all levels of training.

Too often we focus on the actions of Wicca or Paganism and not the actual living as a Pagan through various pains of life.



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NEW TAROT DECKS AND SETS



TAROT ILLUMINATI KIT 
By Kim Huggens and Erik C. Dunne
Paperback: 160 pages
Boxed kit (5¼ x 8¼) includes 78 full-color cards
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications; Crds edition (May 8, 2013)
List Price: $29.95

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
A profound quest for enlightenment drives us to grow, overcome challenges, and reach our full potential. Combining artistic beauty, symbolic depth, and intuitive vigor, the Illuminati Tarot warms the soul and frees the mind. This evocative tool of self-discovery—rich with ornate, vividly beautiful illustrations—will illuminate your path to higher purpose and true fulfillment.

Deck features gold foil edges.

Boxed kit (5¼ x 8¼) includes 78 full-color cards and a 160-page book with color illustrations.

About the Author:
Kim Huggens has been studying Tarot since the age of 9, and is the co-author of Sol Invictus: The God Tarot (Schiffer Publications, 2007) and in-progress companion deck Pistis Sophia: The Goddess Tarot. She lives in Cardiff, UK, where she works as a veterinary receptionist part-time to fund her university studies in Ancient History. She moved to Cardiff in 2002 for her undergraduate degree in Philosophy, and also graduated with an MA in Religion in Late Antiquity from Cardiff University in 2007. Kim has given numerous talks and workshops on the subject of Tarot, divination, Paganism and mythology in the UK, and regularly runs Tarot courses. She is a practicing Vodouisante and Thelemite, and a member of the OTO. She lives with her partner and cat, and in her spare time plays Call of Cthulhu, Dungeons and Dragons, writes short fiction, goes for walks in graveyards and wishes she could translate Sumerian.





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MAGICAL TIMES EMPOWERMENT CARDS
By Jody Bergsma (Author, Illustrator)
Publisher: U.S. Games Systems Inc. (March 31, 2013)
Size: Cards measure 3.5" x 5.25"
List Price: $14.95

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
This exquisite deck by popular artist Jody Bergsma presents 44 over-sized cards with inspirational images and affirmations. The deck is accompanied by an illustrated 28-page booklet, which provides gentle, yet powerful messages. Choose a single card for daily inspiration or use one of the multiple-card spreads to explore questions and visualize outcomes. Together, the Empowerment Cards and the insightful writings help you channel the magic all around you to achieve your greatest dreams.

About the creator:
Jody Bergsma’s unique watercolor artwork combines her passion for native wildlife, fantasy creatures, and geometric design. She also illustrated The Spirit of the Wheel Meditation Deck by U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

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MIBRAMIG MAGICAL TAROT DECK
By Mibramig
78 Cards
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications; Crds edition (May 8, 2013)
List Price: $22.95

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
Magic crosses paths with the strange and whimsical inside Mibramig's delightfully bizarro world. Creatures both curious and cute will welcome you into this enchanting and joyful universe. Humming with visual poetry to fully engage your intuition, this Rider-Waite-based deck will encourage you to ask questions and explore your psyche for answers and insight. An added bonus to this utterly unique tarot is a seventy-ninth card: The Happy Squirrel.

Boxed deck (2¾ x 4¾) includes 79 full-color cards and instruction booklet



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ORACLE OF THE SHAPESHIFTERS:
Mystic Familiars for Times of Transformation and Change
By Lucy Cavendish (Author), Jasmine Becket-Griffith (Illustrator)
Age Range: 12 and up
Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: Simon Pulse/Beyond Words; Original edition (April 30, 2013)
List Price: $17.99

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
This striking collection of forty-five illustrated cards and an in-depth guidebook entertain and empower with sage advice.





The wisdom of magickal familiars—once the companions of shamans, witches, wizards, and wise ones—is now directly accessible in this deck of forty-five cards and comprehensive guidebook. These mystical allies possess the hidden knowledge of shapeshifting, camouflage, invisibility, and metamorphosis. They are ready to share their very honest, truly instinctual guidance for personal and planetary times of transition. These trustworthy companions will lend you their courage, point out new paths, help you make fresh discoveries, spark your creativity, inspire you with encouragement, and teach you to develop abilities to adapt and change—not only for survival, but to thrive and find peace, joy, accomplishment, and satisfaction in a changing world.

With a 176-page guidebook by Lucy Cavendish revealing the history, legends, lore, and magick of the shapeshifters—including practical spreads for accurate readings—and 45 colorful cards featuring stunning art by Jasmine Becket-Griffith, the Oracle of the Shapeshifters is truly a unique and empowering deck.

About the creators:
Lucy Cavendish is the author of numerous books, the creator of Oracle and Tarot cards, and the founder of Witchcraft magazine. In addition to writing for Spellcraft Magazine and Spheres, she appears regularly on television and radio to explain her craft. A founding member of the Goddess Association in Australia, Cavendish lives in Sydney with her daughter and their menagerie of plants, animal companions, and spirit beings.

Jasmine Becket-Griffith’s artwork can be found in private collections and public displays throughout the world including licensing lines with Disney, Hot Topic, Target, and Spencer’s. Her unique paintings blend realism and fantasy to explore elements of classical literature, the occult, nature, and fantasy. Jasmine lives in Celebration, Florida, with her husband and cats.


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GODS AND GODDESSES CARD DECK:
Mantras, Blessings, and Meditations
(Mandala Wisdom Decks)
Editors of Mandala Publishing
Cards: 52
Publisher: Mandala Publishing (October 1, 2003)
List Price: $16.95

FROM THE PUBLISHER:
Mandala presents an exotic collection of Gods and Goddesses artwork in this fabulous card deck. Each card highlights a particular deity of the Hindu pantheon and provides corresponding mantras, meditations, prayers and blessings. These cards reveal a "who's who" in the spiritual world and identify which roles particular gods and goddesses play in the universe. For greater intelligence, petition Saraswati. For the removal of obstacles, invoke the presence of Ganesh by chanting his mantra. These delicately detailed cards make attractive home centerpieces and great gifts for both young and adult. A pronunciation guide is included.

About the Author:
Indra Sharma was born in 1923 in the small town of Nathdwara, in Rajasthan, India. He learned the art of painting from his family and did his first creation at the tender age of ten. He graduated with an MFA from the Sir J. J. School of Arts in Mumbai. His work combines contemporary and traditional elements. Remaining humble and devoted to his Hindu faith and profession, he creates icons of Hindu gods and goddesses that are altars of worship for millions.






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       Every first Sunday of each month--SEATTLE CHAOS MAGIC
We meet at 3:33 pm. on the first Sunday of each month, at Edge of the Circle Books, 701 E. Pike St., Seattle, WA 98122.
Anyone practicing, curious about, or otherwise interested in Chaos magic is welcome to attend.


·         Every 1st Monday of each month CELTIC RECONSTRUCTIONIST GROUP 
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SERVICES AVAILABLE AT EDGE OF THE CIRCLE BOOKS

REMINDER: We buy used Occult Books! Our buyer is in on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays!
We also have classroom/ritual space-- please call for details.
Need Spell advice? Just ask!

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TAROT READINGS / SPIRITUAL ADVICE

UNCOMMONSENSE TAROT
Tarot readings by Erica (Raven) Branch-Butler
"I've been reading Tarot for more than thirty years, and reading professionally at the Edge for a decade. My belief is that Tarot is best used for putting you in touch with your own subconscious, allowing you to make healthy decisions that can change your life for the better. My readings tend to be rather commonsensical. They are often geared toward helping the client deal with the often self-imposed obstacles in their lives in a healthy, self –affirming way, so that they can achieve their goals and fully enjoy the fruits that life has to bring."

Please inquire about Tarot Parties, classes and other events.
Available every day except THURSDAYS-- 12:30-8.30PM.
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This concludes our Newsletter for this month.
Look for us again July 1st, 2013!
Raven, Editrix, Edge of the Circle Books Newsletter

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