Mystical Dragon Magick: Teachings of the Five Inner Rings

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Take your dragon magick to the highest level. From Apprentice to Enchanter, Shaman to Warrior, and finally culminating as Mystic, the five levels of initiation to high dragon magick are decoded in this companion to celebrated author D.J. Conway's bestselling Dancing with Dragons. On your journey through each of the Inner Rings, you will be guided along a higher path of spiritual consciousness while your spellwork is strengthened and enhanced.

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Overview

Take your dragon magick to the highest level. From Apprentice to Enchanter, Shaman to Warrior, and finally culminating as Mystic, the five levels of initiation to high dragon magick are decoded in this companion to celebrated author D.J. Conway's bestselling Dancing with Dragons. On your journey through each of the Inner Rings, you will be guided along a higher path of spiritual consciousness while your spellwork is strengthened and enhanced.

Discover how to attract dragons, draw on their legendary energy and wisdom, and partner with them as co-magicians. Incorporate herbal spells, choose appropriate ritual tools and codes, and find magickal color associations. You will also learn many practical methods for working dragon magick-using amulets and talismans, planetary powers, divination, crystals, healing, astral projection, scrying, and more.

Praise for Dancing with Dragons

"A unique, one-of-a-kind tome and a welcome addition to the growing body of metaphysical lore." —Midwest Book Review

"A personal devotion and an academic work of the highest order." —The Dragon Chronicle (UK)

"Dragon-lovers everywhere will like this book." —Prediction

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780738710990
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 10/1/2007
  • Pages: 264
  • Sales rank: 584,829
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

A native of the Pacific Northwest, author D.J. Conway has studied the occult fields for over 35 years. Her quest for knowledge has covered every aspect of Paganism and Wicca to New Age and Eastern philosophies; plus history, the magical arts, philosophy, customs, mythologies and folklore. In 1998, she was voted Best Wiccan and New Age author by Silver Chalice, a Pagan magazine.

Conway is the author of more than 20 nonfiction books including: Celtic Magic (Llewellyn), Dancing with Dragons (Llewellyn), Mystical Dragon Magic (Llewellyn), The Ancient Art of Faery Magick (10 Speed Press), and The Little Book of Candle Magic (10 Speed Press).

She lives a rather quiet life, with most of her time spent researching and writing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2008

    A misguided attempt at best

    I had a feeling I was in trouble when I read the introduction, where Conway states that the reason she held all this information back in her first book, and why much of it doesn't make much sense, is because the dragons told her to write it this way. Many people who dislike Conway point out that her work in Dancing with Dragons was comparable to Dungeons and Dragons. This one, in my opinion, seems to be inspired by Harry Potter. She has divided the information into five separate lessons called the five rings. Each comes with its own honor code, school uniform, color and symbol. Sadly, it also mirrors Miyamoto's 'Book of Five Rings' and that book is even included in her books of interest section. Her book is also filled with outrageous claims, including how the world began, a map of the omniverse that no one's ever seen, an element called storm which causes drastic changes (she claims it is different from chaos or fire, but not why or how) and something floating around in the universe which is apparently the equivalent of Satan. The information on crystals, herbs and colors in magick seem copied word for word out of Dancing with Dragons. The only new info is astrology and runes, which most students of magick have probably already seen. The worst part, in my mind, is the 'guided meditations.' A good example of a guided meditation is something like, 'Imagine yourself in a quiet, beautiful place. Explore and feel with your senses. Your power animal comes to you. Ask it if it has a message.' Conway's meditations are closer to something like this 'You find yourself standing in your grandparent's house because you always felt safe and happy here. You can smell cookies baking in the kitchen, and you hear their dogs barking outside. You go out side to the tire swing you enjoy so much and see your power animal, which is a cougar, for that is a symbol of coming into your own power, which you are surely doing since you are an upstanding dragon magician. Ask it for a message and it will tell you that your masculine/feminine energies are out of balance. It tells you that if you can climb to the top of the tree, it will restore your balance for you. You climb up and joyfully touch the top of the tree. When you touch the ground, your power animal performs an incantation and you are restored.' There is nothing new, or inspiring about this book.

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  • Posted December 5, 2009

    Like Dragons/Magic excellant book

    Excellent read, goes along with all her other books, in exploring pagan/wiccian spiritual readings. Along with the campion book,they flow with each other.

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