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Originally Posted by Zephyros View Post

As for books, each one gives something else, so it is difficult to say which is best. Still, Chicken Qabalah by Lon Milo DuQuette (under an assumed name) is probably the most approachable, with modern teaching sensibilities. It's also really funny. After that, I found Robert Wang and Dion Fortune useful. As for the astrology, there are many different resources online, and Greek and Roman mythology is really fun to read anyway.

I wrote two short essays on starting out with these things that you might find useful:

There's also a sticky at the top of this forum with links to threads:
Thank you so much for your response, your help, words and the resources you have given me. I have begun reading the threads you wrote.
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