Set up as a day in the temple of Isis, each of the twenty-four chapters corresponds to a different hour of one day and one night. They are then dedicated to portraying a different aspect of this unique goddess, chapter by chapter, and to the various facets of her worship. Years of study and love of the subject reflect within the pages of this book. The author shows the influence of Isian worship as it spread from ancient Egypt to the temples of Greece, Rome, the Far East and into Northern Europe. Clear presentations are given for constructing rites, invocations, for making ritual tools and robes for use in the modern day; including valuable Isian correspondences of symbols, stones, plants, scents, metals and colors. From her earthly home along the banks of the Nile to the star Sirius, or Sothis, known as the Home of the Soul of Isis, we are given a glimpse of the universal appeal and influence of this ancient goddess. Ms. Regula's book provides a vibrant, unique portrait of goddess centered worship based on sound historic research and modern day magickal practice. Since I first read it two and one half years ago, I have used it as a reference again and again.