Kerry Wisner has had a life long interest in the magical arts with involvement in three distinct, yet complimentary traditions in the Western Mysteries. His father, who had studied with an esoteric Mystery School, first introduced Kerry to many different metaphysical concepts as a child. In 1980 Kerry was initiated into a vibrant nature religion which draws heavily from traditional Celtic material as well as the magical practices of Pagan Europe.
In the late 1980's his love of ancient Egypt caused him to delve deeply into its rich and complex spiritual system. In 1996 Kerry founded Akhet Hwt-Hrw (www.Hwt-Hrw.com), an on-line educational resource which draws directly from Egyptian temple inscriptions and academic texts. Akhet Hwt-Hrw actively promotes the practice of ancient Egyptian religion and magic through books and personal instruction.
In 2005 Kerry was initiated into an active Hermetic Order with strong roots in Greco-Egyptian and Neoplatonic studies. In addition Kerry is a practicing Astrologer, having studied the subject since childhood. He has also been trained and certified as a Hypnotherapist and Forensic Hypnotist through the National Guild of Hypnotists and an accredited law enforcement academy. He is the author of several books and correspondence courses, as well as numerous articles that have appeared in publications nationwide. Today Kerry lives with his wife deep in the New Hampshire woods, off grid in a small cabin. There they continue to practice the Arts, drawing from the rich tapestry of the Western Mystery Tradition.
We are working on getting our in print books converted from Corel to Word for Smashwords. In the interim we will be having several free offerings of past articles and treatises on the Western Mysteries. Volume One will be published mid-August 2011.
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The Magical Arts, Volume One
A collection of Treatises on the Western Mystery Tradition.
This first volume contains works that were previously published by Kerry Wisner and cover Ancient Egyptian practices.
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