November 18, 2020

#BookReview: Year of the Magickal Dragon by Virginia Chandler @LlewellynBooks @Netgalley

Synopsis: Connect to dragon spirits and walk with them through the wheel of the year using this enlightening and powerful guide. Providing seasonal meditations and rituals, Year of the Magickal Dragon shows you how to build a relationship with each sabbat's dragon spirit and how that relationship improves your magickal practice.

Virginia Chandler introduces you to eight legendary dragon spirits that are integral to the seasonal year, from the Ancestor Dragon of Samhain to the Fertility Dragon of Beltane. Discover oil and incense recipes, spells, journaling prompts, altar work, stories and historical information about the dragons, and more. Honoring and developing a bond with these dragons will improve not only your seasonal practice, but it will also empower all areas of your life as these dragons walk beside you every day of the year.


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My Review: This was a wonderful collection of dragon lore and journey through dragon energies.  This book was very interesting and one that I completely recommend.  I have worked with dragons in the past and this book does a great job at helping you with that journey.  


"Are Dragons real? In the collective unconscious, they are certainly alive and well. In Year of the Magical Dragon, Virginia Chandler presents a fascinating array of dragon-legends from many cultures, including real-world sites associated with their lore, supporting a spiritual journey through the year to awaken their energies within. A treat for all who have desired dragons."―Diana L. Paxson, author of the Wodan's Children trilogy and Sword of Avalon

About the Author

Virginia Chandler (Atlanta, GA) is a seasoned author of three fiction books, including The Last Dragon of the North (Double Dragon Publishing, 2015), and has worked with John Matthews on several books focusing on Arthurian lore and legend. She is a former first officer of the national organization Covenant of the Goddess and is active in her local Druid and Pagan community.

John Matthews (Oxford, UK) is a New York Times bestselling author who has written more than one hundred books on myth, faery, the Arthurian Legends, and Grail Studies. John has appeared on the History Channel and Discovery Channel, and he was an advisor and contributor on Jerry Bruckheimer’s film King Arthur.

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