Faehallows School of Magic

Study Group

Study group readingCeltic Lore & Shamanism Study Group – Ongoing

Next Meeting August 23rd, 2017

Now Reading: 

Becoming the Enchanter

by Lyn Webster Wilde

Reading for August 23rd: Chapters 1 & 2

Note: Even if you haven’t read the chapters, you are welcome join us for a fascinating discussion and ritual/visualization journey. They have been quite powerful!

Becoming the Enchanter by Lyn Webster Wilde is a fascinating journey into Welsh mythology and magic. You can order it in hardback or paperback from Amazon. (see more about the book below)

We generally meet once a month on a Wednesday evening. 

No charge – donations appreciated.

Email Bernadette for directions and RSVP

Call 707-824-0675 if you have questions.


Upcoming Meeting Information:

Next Meeting Date: Wednesday August 23rd – ongoing monthly (usually Wednesdays)

Time: 6:30 – 8:30pm

Place: Private home near downtown Graton, CA – Email Bernadette Wulf for directions or call 707-824-0675

Cost: No charge – donations appreciated

You are welcome to join us for one or all events. Though you don’t have to read the chapters each month before coming, it will make the study group much more interesting and fun for you and others if you do!

  • We discuss what we have read
  • Do guided visualization journeys
  • Create a short ritual

Email Bernadette Wulf for directions or call 707-824-0675


Book Description

Excerpt from Amazon page, “Thus began Lyn’s journey into a magical realm deeply rooted in Celtic myth and tradition, an underground network of sacred practitioners who maintained the secrets of the old wisdom while leading normal lives in the everyday world.

“Becoming the Enchanter is an artfully told work of narrative nonfiction that reads like a fantastical novel, complete with magical interludes and a fast-moving plot that builds as Lyn pursues the mystery of the riddle given to her by a godmother figure, Eleanor, on her deathbed.

“As the author illustrates, the tradition of which she became a part dates back to the Neolithic era and contains a deep knowledge not unlike that which Carlos Castaneda encountered in his experiences with the Yaqui Indians.”

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