Publisher: Llewellyn Publications | ISBN-10: 0738701661 | ISBN-13: 978-0738701660 | Year: 2002 | Pages: 240 | PDF | 4,2 MB | Google Images: Konstantinos
Perhaps you are one of the nightkind, one who prefers the mysteries of the dark to the hectic energies of the day. If you are such a child of night, you know that darkness is not 'evil.' However, many modern witches have overlooked the importance and power of the dark in a quest to distance themselves from negative stereotypes.
Nocturnal Witchcraft presents techniques for working with nocturnal and lunar energies and the ancient Gods and Goddesses of the darkness-the symbolic realm of shadow, illusion, death and rebirth, and the mysteries of the unknown.
For those who prefer to practice magick after dark, this comprehensive book shows you how to: cast a Nocturnal circle; invoke the Dark Gods and Goddesses; read minds; discover secrets by skrying the night; open the gates to the Underworld; and cast spells through the dark ether. Whether you're new to the Craft or are a practicing witch looking for an alternative point of view, Nocturnal Witchcraft is your guide to the secrets of the night.
Author Biography: Konstantinos was born on Long Island, New York, where he currently resides. He has a bachelor's degree in English and technical writing, and is the author of several articles.
Konstantinos has been researching the occult and practicing Western Magick for almost a decade. Trough his lectures at colleges and bookstores in the New York area, the author has helped several victims of psychic-vampire attack.
When not writing or pursuing his occult interests, Konstantinos enjoys listening to music and reading. He is also the vocalist of the Gothic band Bell, Book and Candle.