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Esoteric Authors

Aaron Leitch has been a scholar and spiritual seeker for over two decades. He is a member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and the academic Societas Magica.
Hallow Quest is home to authors Caitlín and John Matthews. Their work includes books about mythology, magic, tarot, shamanism and a host of other topics. Workshops are held to explore the various Western Mysteries.
Christopher Wallis is a scholar of yogic and tantric traditions. His book, Tantra Illuminated, teaches readers the spiritual tradition of Tantric Shaivism. His site features popular articles about spirituality, enlightenment and philosophy.
Dennis William Hauck is a recognized leader in the emerging field of consciousness studies and has contributed to a number of related fields such as the scientific study of mystical experiences, with particular emphasis on Western alchemy as a spiritual path.
British Native Shamanism is ancient, maybe a million years old. Its wisdom hides in her old customs, stories, songs and dances, following the quicksilver pathways, the deer trods, of Elen of the Ways.
Ivo Dominguez, Jr. is a visionary and a practitioner of a variety of esoteric disciplines. He has been active in Wicca and the pagan community since 1978 and has been teaching since 1982.
John Michael Greer of The Well of Galabes is past Grand Archdruid of the Ancient Order of Druids in America and current head of the Druidical Order of the Golden Dawn. He is the author of over 30 books.
Laura Perry is a pagan with a background in Wicca and shamanic methods. Her recent focus is on modern Minoan Paganism, and she also devotes much of her personal spiritual practice to her ancestors.
Nick is the author of Making Talismans, which has turned out to be an esoteric classic. He also wrote Magical Pathworking, The Druidic Order of Pendragon (with Colin Robertson), Gathering the Magic and Egyptian Shaman.
Orion Foxwood is an author and teacher about the mysteries of faery lore and practice within both a traditional and modern scope. His site offers Faery Seership training in workshops across the country and a variety of other related products and services.
Patrick Dunn, author of Postmodern Magic: The Art of Magic in the Information Age, provides a postmodern perspective on an ancient practice by approaching magical theory from an information paradigm.
Penny Billington, a published author, is a Druid of twenty years practical experience, trained by the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids, and is the editor of their magazine, Touchstone.
Richard Cassaro researches and writes about different archaeological evidence that points to a highly advanced “Lost Civilization” that flourished in a remote age older than recorded time.
Nicki Scully is an author, teacher and practitioner of healing and Shamanic arts. Her website and company, Shamanic Journeys, Ltd., is a source for information, training, and a variety of other personal growth-related products and services.
T. Thorn Coyle writes books and agitates for justice. Thorn is happy to be called she or they, though will answer to he as well. Meanwhile, she is hoping for a world with adequate non-gendered pronouns.
Taylor Ellwood, an author of practical occultism, started experimenting with magic when he started practicing at 16. He was and is driven by an insatiable curiosity to see what he can do with magic and this site reflects that curiosity.