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Become an active participant in three mythological stories, restored for today's reader from a rare 16th-century Druid text. A grimoire follows each story with instructions on how to reenact the lessons and replicate the rituals. These grimoires are the next best thing to viewing a magician's personal Book of Shadows, which contains knowledge specially reserved for a chose Become an active participant in three mythological stories, restored for today's reader from a rare 16th-century Druid text. A grimoire follows each story with instructions on how to reenact the lessons and replicate the rituals. These grimoires are the next best thing to viewing a magician's personal Book of Shadows, which contains knowledge specially reserved for a chosen apprentice.


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Become an active participant in three mythological stories, restored for today's reader from a rare 16th-century Druid text. A grimoire follows each story with instructions on how to reenact the lessons and replicate the rituals. These grimoires are the next best thing to viewing a magician's personal Book of Shadows, which contains knowledge specially reserved for a chose Become an active participant in three mythological stories, restored for today's reader from a rare 16th-century Druid text. A grimoire follows each story with instructions on how to reenact the lessons and replicate the rituals. These grimoires are the next best thing to viewing a magician's personal Book of Shadows, which contains knowledge specially reserved for a chosen apprentice.

30 review for The Lost Books of Merlyn: Druid Magic from the Age of Arthur

  1. 5 out of 5

    C267

    Seriously it has cute poems and some fun things. This should be a book for campfire stories. This guy is a FAKE I am not going lay low about how I feel about this Ass Clown, only thankful I didn't pay for this POS book. He is already highly questionable in his last book 21 lesson of BULLSHIT. Hey, Monroe movie quotes don't work. Dragonslayer was a good movie during its time don't quote it in a book your Welsh SUCKS. your Latin SUCKS. Holy shit and you guessed it Your Gaelic SUCKS... But that's n Seriously it has cute poems and some fun things. This should be a book for campfire stories. This guy is a FAKE I am not going lay low about how I feel about this Ass Clown, only thankful I didn't pay for this POS book. He is already highly questionable in his last book 21 lesson of BULLSHIT. Hey, Monroe movie quotes don't work. Dragonslayer was a good movie during its time don't quote it in a book your Welsh SUCKS. your Latin SUCKS. Holy shit and you guessed it Your Gaelic SUCKS... But that's not a purpose since your not even Welsh or Irish. Did you even study the cultures you miserable POS? the Welsh Book of Pheryllt OMFG get real there has never been such a book Look, folks, this book is BS book of Pheryllt (Fferyllt) "really you turned Ff to a Ph" LMFAO. The Barddas of Iolo Morganwg your grand and wonderful Book of Pheryllt OMFG I am laughing my ass off. the books of the Fferyllt from The Mabinogion. And the Fferyllt are the mythical druid alchemists. http://uilennest.net/alchemy/fferyllt... So Spoilers lets see what we got: ???? look nothing just like this bok and here is one for those the think 21 Lessons is real Thank you Mary Jones Much love and many Blessings (http://www.maryjones.us) The Charm of Making Pseudo-spell. Here is the Charm of Making, as it appears in the film Excaliber: Phonetic: anal nathrak, uthvas bethud, do che-ol di-enve. Old Irish (these are possible spellings for what is being said, as Gaelic is a very strange language when it comes to spelling): Anal nathrach, orth' bhais's bethad, do che'l de'nmha. OR: Anáil nathrach orth bhais betha, do cheol déanta. Modern English: Serpent's breath, charm of death and life, thy omen of making. My translations: Anáil nathrach, ortha bhas betha, do cheol déanta. Breath of the serpent, spell of life, the song for the maker. Breath of serpent, spell of death and life, your song of making. In his (incredably inaccurate) book The 21 Lessons of Merlyn, Douglas Monroe says that it is an ancient Welsh Druid spell. This is probably untrue. It is Gaelic, for one (provided the hypothesis is correct); for another, it is from a film, not from any ancient druid text--mainly because the druids didn't have texts. Their religion forbade any transcription of its dogma. again It was forbidden to write anything if you were a Drui you had one hell of a memory. you remember absolutely everything, and I mean everything. Thanks for reading, May the Gods of the Old Bless and keep you safe. :)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    As with other books from this author, there is some good information to be gleaned if one can look past the author's male-centric point of view. As with other books from this author, there is some good information to be gleaned if one can look past the author's male-centric point of view.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ruby Hollyberry

    Douglas Monroe is a total jerkoff. No need to read his books. He has no idea of what he is talking about, and among weirder opinions he is trying to equate with Druidry, he's a homophobe. Douglas Monroe is a total jerkoff. No need to read his books. He has no idea of what he is talking about, and among weirder opinions he is trying to equate with Druidry, he's a homophobe.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Hope Rella

    A very helpful and beautifully written Grimoire. I would advise one to write you favorite things by hand in your own Grimoire.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Robyn

    Like the Author's other work, this has tons of problems, mostly with the author pushing his various biases. I didn't even bother to fact check any of what he said, after the last disaster, I have better things to do with my life. HOWEVER if you approach this book as high fantasy, it's at the least, amusing, especially the extremely bizzarre conclusion. It gets one more star than I would have given it otherwise simply for having made me laugh. Like the Author's other work, this has tons of problems, mostly with the author pushing his various biases. I didn't even bother to fact check any of what he said, after the last disaster, I have better things to do with my life. HOWEVER if you approach this book as high fantasy, it's at the least, amusing, especially the extremely bizzarre conclusion. It gets one more star than I would have given it otherwise simply for having made me laugh.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Gaby

    Awful

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