Walking the Twilight Path introduces a unique spiritual path of personal transformation and rebirth. But first, you must venture through the gates of death.
This mystical journey is for pagans, witches, goths, and anyone attracted to the beauty and mystery of death - a necessary and natural transition. Drawing on the wisdom of shamans, Tibetan Buddhists, and ancient Egyptians, Michelle Belanger illuminates death as a beautiful gateway to change and regeneration.
Meditating on gravestone sculptures, creating a Necromantic medicine bag, keeping a personal book of the dead, and other exercises will help you explore the vital, transformative forces of death.
On this life-affirming journey, you will visit the 'Otherside', reach out to spirits, and master how to work with death energies for growth and personal empowerment.
About the Author
Michelle Belanger is a popular occult author best known for her writings on vampires. She has appeared in numerous documentaries, including programs on the History Channel, WE!, and A and E.
"Walking the Twilight Path shows us that life is a wonderful experience that can only be fully appreciated once we accept our physical mortality. An excellent beginners guide."--Leilah Wendell, author of The Necromantic Ritual Book
"A truly inspired Thanatology."--Kala Trobe
"Death is a topic not to be avoided, and is one of utmost importance to the serious spiritual seeker. In this profoundly deep necromantic-shamanic tome, death is neither glamorized nor idealized, but looked at in a realistic, intelligent, and spiritual light. Michelle Belanger explores numerous aspects of death and dying, and readers are encouraged to enter the world beyond the veil--and learn from it--at their own pace. Indeed, the realm of death is immaculately intertwined with our own. I can say with certainty that Walking the Twilight Path is an indispensable book for those wishing to advance, actualize, and intensely deepen their spiritual practice."--Raven Digitalis, author of Shadow Magick Compendium and Goth Craft
Number Of Pages: 307
Published: 8th October 2008
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications,U.S.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.606 x 14.986
Weight (kg): 0.544