February 3, 2004
Secrets of the Ancient Incas: A Modern Approach to Ancient Ritual and Practice
By Michael Peter Langevin
Publisher: New Page Books (May 2002)
Pages: 224 - Price: $13.99
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
Readers of the supernatural and the paranormal will find this nonfiction look at the enchantment of Peru and its ancient secrets fascinating reading. It is the story of Michael Peter Langevin and his discoveries. Langevin has been publisher and editor-in-chief of MB Media for over twenty years, which publishes Magical Blend magazine.
It is a sacred journey, one man's devotion and determination to incorporate the ancient spirituality of Peru into his personal life. An important focus of Incan belief is that the divine resides in everything.
There are twelve chapters in this thought-provoking and entertaining book. Topics include Machu Picchu, the Gods, initiation, myths, Sapa Incas, religious beliefs, the spirituality of the people, living the Incan life, finding a nature spirit guide, the power of nature spirits, accessing other dimensions, magical rituals, Chinchero, death and the dead as allies, dreaming of a different reality, among many others.
The section on death and the dead will fascinate readers. Clearly written, each section is in-depth and straight-forward in approach.
This is a story of one man's spiritual journey. You will enjoy accompanying him on that journey. For those who are interested in Shamanism, Carlos Castaneda, and Neo-Paganism, you will find this a unique reading perspective.
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