Tag Archives: Theresa Crater

Is There a Right Use of Deadly Force? By Theresa Crater

Is There a Right Use of Deadly Force? This is the thorny question I took up in my new release Assassin Awakens. I’ve always loved spy stories and am a special fan of Jason Bourne films and other such characters. So, that’s one reason I wrote this new book. But there’s more. My paternal ancestors […]

The Winged Bull by Dion Fortune – A Visionary Fiction Alliance Book Review by Theresa Crater

The protagonist in The Winged Bull is Ted Murchison, who served in the war and endured joblessness, and now doubts conventional religion. But this unlikely character has a vision of the Winged Bull in the British Museum. As this is occurring, he encounters his old commanding officer, Alick Brandwyn, who is of course a magical […]

The Demon Lover Dion Fortune – A Visionary Fiction Alliance Book Review by Theresa Crater

The Mystical Qabalah gives the theory, but the novels give the practice. Those who study The Mystical Qabalah with the help of the novels get the keys of the Temple put into their hands. – Dion Fortune, Moon Magic I was browsing in the Theosophical bookstore tucked in a small street off Broadway, in Seattle’s […]

The Sea Priestess Dion Fortune – A Visionary Fiction Alliance Book Review by Theresa Crater

Many people are familiar with Dion Fortune as a spiritual teacher in the Western Metaphysical Tradition, the founder of Fraternity of the Inner Light (later renamed the Society of the Inner Light). She was born Violet Mary Firth in Wales in December of 1890. Dion Fortune showed psychic abilities as a child and later reported […]

The Secrets of Dr. Taverner by Dion Fortune – A Visionary Fiction Alliance Book Review by Theresa Crater

In The Secrets of Dr. Taverner, Dion Fortune’s short story collection featuring the magical adept and psychiatrist by the same name, we met many interesting characters in the throes of mental crisis that have a spiritual cause, or the families of seekers who want to throw their relative who is not behaving according to social […]

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