Here are some resources for everyone who participated in Class 1 and for those in Class 2.
Lesser Pentagram ritual – explain this, show it, give hand out about it.
Please read the first link. It will explain the symbolism and meaning behind the words which are in Hebrew.
Books that will be helpful on your journey:
Ted Andrews – Animal-Speak and Animal-Wise
Starhawk – “The Spiral Dance.” If you are interested in feminism and the intersection of politics and religion her book, “Dreaming the Dark.”
Israel Regardie – “Garden of Pomegranates.” This is a good primer on the Kabbalah.
Marion March and Joan McEvers series: “The Only way to learn astrology” these are by far the best books to become an astrologer.
Training your right and left brain to communicate with one another more effectively is a skill you can hone through drawing. This is an excellent book specifically for doing just that. You do not have to have ANY DRAWING or “ARTISTIC TALENT” to do this and if you practice with this book you will actually produce decent renderings:
Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain: The Definitive, 4th Edition
Don’t forget to work with your spirit guide. Make time everyday to go into a protected altered state and ask questions- if you find this fairly easy you can skip ahead to automatic writing which is just getting into that state and allowing your own or fingers or your mind to flow without judgement. Keep this information to yourself. Put it away and wait for at least a week to read it.
experiment with your friends, try to read them before you talk to them. Make note of what you get and if they don’t bring up what you got ask them, prove a little and see if you are accurate!
For those interested in Tarot, some knowledge of numerology will be very helpful. Also it maybe helpful to read up a bit on the Kabbalah.
I will make a private YouTube video for the Lesser Pentagram Ritual both invoking and banishing. I will post the code here under the heading: Code for LPR when it’s done and also on the FB page.
There is now a Facebook group for students to share their experiences in private: