This title shows that, just as the Qabalah is linked to magical practices, so too is the I Ching. It explains the cultural tools of Eastern magical traditions, provides basic rituals, and discusses the gods, ritual instruments, and magical workings involved.
HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html;CHARSET=ISO-8859-1">ALIGN=CENTER>SIZE=4>About the AuthorCOLOR=black>Richard Herne (Great Britain) has been actively involved in the study of many Eastern and Western magico-spiritual philosophies for twenty years. He teaches Thelemic pagan philosophy and is an official representative for the National Centre for English Cultural Tradition based at the University of Sheffield.
Magick, Shamanism and Taoism: The I Ching in Ritual and Meditation by Richard Herne
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