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Jo Graham lives in Maryland with her family, and has worked in politics for many years. Black Ships is her debut novel.
Following the success of last years Black Ships Jo Graham now moves to Egypt to set the scene for another great historical tale. Mixed with an element of the supernatural these are gripping and fascinating tales with characters to really capture the imagination. Absorbing stuff.
July 2008 Debut of the Month. This is a slightly difficult one to categorise as it seems to encompass several genres, part historical fiction, part supernatural, part romance this is a novel of wide appeal. Gul is an oracle, she has visions, and she must lead Prince Aeneas to his destiny. A haunting and moving novel that is thoroughly enjoyable.
Winter continues the fascinating exploration of the Etruscan system of cycles known as the saecula. With exercises, journaling, and reconstructed esoteric rituals, author Jo Graham invites you to find the spirit of heroism within as you transform your life and soul in the challenging era of Winter. Building on the foundation that was established in The Great Wheel, this book reveals how the energy of Winter influences your spiritual life, your relationship, and your community. Exploring the powerful cycles of generations, life-spans, and seasons, Winter offers specific techniques and support to help you see that this era is only temporary and Spring will come again.
Take your practice into exciting new territory through an exploration of circular time and the cycles of life that come with it. The Great Wheel incorporates meditation, rituals, and other practices that you can use to align with the patterns of time expressed in the ancient Etruscan concept of the saeculum, or Great Year. Jo Graham first guides you through the wheel of the year and the wheel of life, including the eight phases in a person s life span. Then she introduces the saeculum, revealing how it has appeared in recent times and what it means for the future. Using these concepts together will help you live a more complete life, find peace, and uncover ways to benefit not just yourself, but also the generations to come.