Werewolves: The Occult Truth

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Llewellyn Worldwide, Sep 8, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 216 pages

How does one become—or kill—a werewolf? Where do our modern shapeshifting stories come from? Are werewolves real? In this fascinating book, Konstantinos digs into the centuries-old myths and compelling scientific evidence surrounding these enigmatic beasts of literary and Hollywood fame.

  • Explore four different types of werewolves: involuntary, voluntary, otherdimensional beings, and astral
  • Find out which kinds of werewolves might actually exist
  • Learn about the shapeshifting beliefs of the Quileutes and other Native American tribes
  • Discover lycanthropic legends from cultures all over the world

You'll also find true, never-before-published accounts of werewolf sightings and discussions of modern scientific theories that support the existence of these mysterious creatures. Each aspect is investigated, from curses and shamanic vision quests to drug-induced hallucinations and serial-killer werewolves.

 

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Very good book makes one say hmmmm.

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Konstantinos is a recognized expert on occult, new age, and paranormal topics. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism and technical writing from New York Polytechnic Institute. He is a published author of articles and short fiction which have been featured in numerous publications including Popular Electronics, The Spook, and FATE Magazine. Konstantinos is a popular lecturer at colleges and bookstores in the New York City area and has appeared on CNBC's After Hours and The Ricki Lake Show.
He is the author of Vampires: The Occult Truth, Summoning Spirits: The Art of Magical Evocation, Speak with the Dead: 7 Methods for Spirit Communication, Gothic Grimoire, Nocturnal Witchcraft, Nocturnicon: Calling Dark Forces and Powers, and Werewolves: The Occult Truth.

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