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061 A Guide to Pagan Worship, Pagan Spells and Rites for Conjuring Spirits: A Practicing Druid Explains How Practical Magick Works



Richard Syrett speaks with a practicing Druid who describes the neo-pagan religion and how he uses practical magick in his own life.  He’ll also discuss the writings of Aleister Crowley, the most famous occultist.

GUEST: Ian Corrigan has been teaching, learning, singing and playing in the American Neopagan movement since 1976. He has decades of experience in a variety of occult, pagan and magical topics. Having received his 3rd degree initiation in Celtic Traditional Wicca in the early 80s, Ian has led eclectic study groups, a traditional Wiccan coven and a Druid Grove. Ian has been well-known for decades at Pagan festivals as a bard, ritualist and teacher.

For the past 30 years Ian’s primary path has been Celtic polytheism and especially Neopagan Druidism. Ian has been a primary author and teacher in Ar nDraiocht Fein (ADF). He is a founder of Stone Creed Grove, ADF’s oldest working congregation, and served as ADF’s first Chief Liturgist and first elected Vice Archdruid.

He is the author of SACRED FIRE, HOLY WELL: A DRUID’S GRIMOIRE, A GUIDE TO PAGAN WORSHIP, THE BOOK OF VISIONS, THE BOOK OF SUMMONING, THE BOOK OF THE DRAGON: A NEW GRIMOIRE, and PORTAL BOOK: TEACHINGS OF WORKS OF CELTIC WITCHCRAFT.


One thought on “061 A Guide to Pagan Worship, Pagan Spells and Rites for Conjuring Spirits: A Practicing Druid Explains How Practical Magick Works

  1. Richard, I usually love your shows, but you and the Coast to Coast AM team need to wake up to the odious teachings of Aleister Crowley. Shows dedicated to Aleister Crowley appear regularly on your two programs, which is disturbing to say the least. Even a cursory examination of Aleister Crowley ‘s life and teachings on Wikipedia will demonstrate that his legacy is the very antithesis of the worlds great spiritual teachers, indeed it is the antithesis of all that is good and right in this world. I implore you to stop giving airtime and credence to Aleister Crowley’s legacy, and those who support it. I also encourage you to read more about the dangers of those modern day interpreters of Crowley’s work on vigilantcitizen.com

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