- Series: Standalone
- Genre: Nonfiction
- Trigger Warnings: none as far as I can recall
- Rating: 3/5 Stars
Queer Magic and Mysticism in History and Today
Queer Magic provides nourishment for LGBT+ souls and their allies who are interested in learning about the significant presence and influence of queer folks throughout history. Explore fascinating insights into queer relationships and spiritual practices from different regions of the world. Learn about deities, heroes, and historical figures who embody the power of the queer spirit. Discover inspiring contributions from contemporary LGBT+ Pagans, Catholics, Buddhists, Muslims, and others as they share personal stories of their experiences as well as spells, prayers, and meditations from their own practices. With practical suggestions and enlightening perspectives, this book is a unique resource for LGBT+ spiritual seekers who want to experience the sustaining energy and strength of the worldwide queer community.
The Queer’s Review
I was so hyped for this book.
I remember how I sat on the balcony, enjoying the sun and thinking I was in for a great treat.
Well, I wasn’t. Now don’t get me wrong. It was interesting enough – at times. At other times I felt it was rather elitist and overall… it’s just so rushed!
The book rushes through time, through culture, through continents… It’s really sad, because I really enjoyed the queer eye used in Queer Magic. But I wasn’t able to get into a thing because there always was the next and the next and the next. I feel stressed just thinking back to it.
If one is looking for a starting point it may be the right book. It may not as well.
An one time read.
I received a free copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.