Werewolf Pack Magick: A Shapeshifter's Book of Shadows


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Llewellyn Publications
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5.9 X 8.9 X 0.8 inches | 1.05 pounds
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About the Author

Denny Sargent is a writer, artist, and university instructor who has a master's degree in history/intercultural communications. He has been involved in a number of esoteric traditions and groups, including Welsh Traditional Craft, CAW, CES, Voxas Rimotae, Voodoo Spiritual Temple, Shinto, and others. He has written for magazines and anthologies in the US and Japan, and has written books and articles on Paganism, Western Occultism, spells, folklore, magick, and tantra. Denny is the author of ten books and coauthor of two more, including Werewolf Magick, Werewolf Pack Magick, and The Book of Dog Magic. He is also Elder Guardian of the Horus Maat Lodge and has edited and written parts of two books for the organization.


"What Denny Sargent has put together is a useful set of effective transformative practices within a framework that brings balance of mind and body and spirit through the ritual embrace of the primal forces within. It's a continuation of a historic current with modern magical beliefs incorporated that produces a cool transformation and brings peace to folks trying to live with their inner ferocity."--Joshua Gadbois, also known as Rufus Opus, author of Seven Spheres, Goetic Grimoire, and administrator of Applied Hermetics

"Magickal rituals are much more potent when performed by a group...Thus, solo werewolf magick experiences are greatly enhanced when working within a pack, and progress is accelerated. Mr Sargent's research has convinced him of the existence of numerous group werewolf rites and festivals in the ancient world. His goal is to reintroduce these into the modern world. The path offered is that of reclaiming who we truly are and sharing the journey with like-minded individuals."--Tony Mierzwicki, author of Hellenismos