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Casting Sacred Space, by Ivo Dominguez, Jr.

Reviewed by Freeman

I missed the mid-February general release date for this book for a simple reason: I got way too involved with it. This is the kind of book you want to add to your list of “non-101,” real magic books for established practitioners. There is some introductory material on sensing and making use of energy, and on magical models of reality, then the book dives into a catalog of ways to establish different kinds of sacred space for various uses. It finishes with a chapter on the problems of large rituals, and features a set of appendices which are summaries of the different castings from earlier chapters. The discussions are intelligent and lively; the reading level of the book is solidly adult: the author writes like I think, so I had many moments of appreciation along the way for fine turns of phrase or nicely structured paragraphs.

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