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The Angel and the Abyss, by J. Daniel Gunther

Reviewed by Gesigewigu’s

In 2009 J. Daniel Gunther published Initiation in the Aeon of the Child, Book I of his Inward Journey series, and it was a great book. (Ed note: See Ges’ earlier review of Initiation in the Aeon of the Child.) Now five years later he releases The Angel and the Abyss, Book II and III of the series, and a more than worthy successor to the original.

Initiation in the Aeon of the Child focused the initiation of the magus and the beginning of their magical journey within a Thelemic framework, if the title didn’t give it away. The Angel and the Abyss continues this inward journey by engaging the ideas of the Holy Guardian Angel, Knowledge and Conversation, and Crossing the Abyss.

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