Michelle Belanger is an American author, singer and prominent advocate for the vampire community. Belanger authored over two dozen nonfiction books on paranormal and occult topics, has appeared in television documentaries about magic and modern occultism.
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An in-depth exploration of the elements, their lore, history, correspondences, and use in spellwork and ritual. The four elements are the pillars that uphold the manifest world and anchor spirit to matter. They are associated with a wide range of spiritual entities, from small elementals to divine beings. This book explores the consciousness of th...
@anthonythewitch @IvoDominguezJr A great book from a fantastic teacher. – source
Michelle BelangerSep 20, 2021
@DaiiMercury @MatAuryn @RyanJamesLoyd Her stuff is ... dated. But she is one of those whose work is influential enough on others that it pays to read at least her book, Psychic Self-Defense. – source
Michelle BelangerApr 16, 2021
Given the heated discussions about @LilNasX and #Satan, might I respectfully suggest a book that delves into beliefs about Satan, Lucifer, Belial, & a host of other demons, with a focus on their portrayal in literature, myth, magick, & art? – source
Michelle BelangerMar 29, 2021
@Richard_Kadrey It is a brilliant book, and I wish more people would read it. – source
Michelle BelangerMar 28, 2021
A fascinating addition to the magical literature of the Elizabethan era, this lavishly illustrated grimoire is a must-have for magic practitioners, collectors, and historians. The Book of Oberon is the meticulous transcription and translation of a sixteenth-century manuscript acquired by the esteemed Folger Shakespeare Library. Unlike the more theo...
@treadwells This is a fantastic book. It sheds light on a number of techniques & concepts. Excellent scholarship and commentary throughout. – source
Michelle BelangerMay 02, 2020
Interest in dreams is as old as humankind. Interest in dream telepathy -- the idea that we can influence others' dreams and communicate through them -- has been around almost as long. Dream Telepathy is Montague Ullman and Stanley Krippner's 1973 report on their ten years of research and experimentation with the human power to communicate across th...
@tweetybrit On the subject of dream telepathy, the best book (though a bit pricey in this reprint): – source
Michelle BelangerJul 13, 2019