The Path Through the Labyrinth reveals the evolving culture of the West
that hides a complete strata of folklore, of traditional skills and
wisdom, of ancient arts and festivals.
These are still emerging in myth and legend, in song and celebrations,
each retaining aspects of a very great initiatory system rooted in the
land and its magic.
Most availalble sources tell the reader about the how to of magic, but
for the first time this book explores the why of magic, and the what
happens when . . . of modern magical techniques.
In The Path Through the Labyrinth, Marian Green, a highly respected
practitioner and teacher of the Western Tradition, examines these
questions and guides the reader safely to the heart of the magical
maze, and then out again.