Horse Magick : Spells and Rituals for Self-Empowerment, Protection, and Prosperity
Discover inner strength and wisdom by bringing the power of the equine spirit to life with spells, meditations, and creative visualization.
Along with the bear, horses are a primary creature associated with shamanism and traditions influenced by it. They appear in 25,000-year-old cave paintings, such as those at Lascaux. They find a role in the modern African diaspora traditions such as Haitian Vodou, whose devotees are called “horses” for the spirits who ride them during trances.
The spirit of the horse exists in the subconscious minds of humans and takes shape in various forms, whether as a symbol of fertility in the land, as in Celtic mythology, or as a psychopomp, which leads the dead to the next world. The horse has made its way into the current of our collective unconscious as a universal archetype.
Horse Magick contains spells, rituals, chants, and meditations for many purposes, loosely based around equine imagery. Numerous traditions are represented, as are many deities, including Athena, Epona, and Baba Yaga. No contact with actual horses is required.
Through the use of spells and rituals, readers are able to magickally ride to their chosen destinies and fulfill their desires. Workings involve crystals, candles, and Tarot cards, items easily accessible for most readers.
|Lawren Leo attended Lynn University and Pepperdine University. Since then he has traveled throughout the United States, Great Britain, Western Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East, studying esoteric philosophy, magickal arts, and alternative religion, and giving readings. He has been practicing Wicca and High Magick and studying Qabalah for nearly three decades. Presently, he owns a metaphysical boutique called New Moon Books, Crystals & Candles, Inc., in Pompano Beach, Florida, where he also resides. He is also contributing author and editor at the electronic magazine The Familiar.|
|Domenic Leo, PhD, holds degrees in French and Spanish literature, linguistics, and ancient Greek, early Christian, Islamic, and medieval art history from Georgetown University, Christie’s Education, and New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts. He taught art history at Duquesne University, Youngstown State University, and the Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online Division and has lectured throughout the United States, Great Britain, and Europe.|