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Grimoire Dehara Book One: Kaimana (Wraeththu Mythos S.)

by Storm Constantine

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The opportunity to read anything written by Storm Constantine is a gift. I was most moved in this presentation of Chaos Magick by Constantine's ability to put forth a system that fosters such intense evaluation of self and the release of personal assumption. In that regard few systems of magick stand out of their own way so gracefully.

I knew from reading the Wraeththu series that Constantine knows her stuff when it comes to elementally tapping into and moving life force. The rituals she's developed in this practice carry the same power that I felt through all of my Reiki attunements and the more "Enochian" level work that I've done. It's impressive, to say the least.

Yes, I'm a fangirl, and I had to subdue a squeal through the whole read. The thing is, the magick is real. From one who thrived on the Wraeththu mythos and thought Constantine had so artfully brought their world to life in words, I am moved by her dedication to her own imagination to share their system of magick so effectively and so clearly close to her heart. The book's teachings are no less remarkably packaged in beautiful prose and artwork. ( )
  copperbeech | Aug 20, 2009 |
This book introduces the reader into the Deharan magic system, it isn't amazing complex, but it isn't written for a basic beginner. It explains the castes and levels, the Dehara (Gods), and rituals devoted to them, as well as a new form of the Wheel of the Year, with some amazing points to it. The book is well written and well ordered. It gives enough information to keep the reader confident in their workings, but leaves enough out to truly give them permission to grow. In some parts a little more fleshing out may have been helpful, but for the most part it is balanced well. An interesting read and system, recommended to those with Chaos bend. ( )
  BlueFlameMagick | Jul 19, 2009 |
The first of three nonfiction magical books based on Storm Constantine's Wraeththu novels; practical yet beautiful, and a must for anyone who is either a fan of the Wraeththu books, or who wants to try an entirely new flavor of magic. ( )
  lupagreenwolf | Oct 6, 2006 |
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