3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Not what I expected,
This review is from: Witches Qabala: The Pagan Path and the Tree of Life (Paperback)
I'm only starting out with Qabala study, most general books on the Qabala were more towards Christians, Occultists etc. and when I found this book I was excited to see something I was expecting to see a lot more.
This was a jump that should of been made decades ago, Paganism and Qabala study, I suspected, would of gone hand in hand when it came to non-fiction, but aparently not.
This book, I was not at all impressed, the whole book seemed to be far too superficial, not enough information at all on the Qabala itself.
This book seemed to concentrate less on Qabala and more on trying to convince me that Qabala and Paganism, or more specificaly Pagan ideas and images, worked well together.
All this book really seemed to do was discuss more superficial ways of making Qabala work with Paganism when to be honest I found it worked a lot better when I found my own way to link the two in my studies.