Nagas (Serpents) have always been both venerated and feared throughout the world, but perhaps none so much as the Naga in Hindu, Tantric, and Buddhist traditions. What are the Naga? They are the Serpent Lords of ancient times, more akin to the Orishas of Santeria than to the remote gods of Olympus. And, like the Orishas, they are far more accessible.
Naga Magick – The Wisdom of the Serpent Lords by Denny Sargent is more than a mythic and historical account of the Naga. It is also a Naga ‘Grimoire’ of practical and spiritual rituals.
Whether you wish to learn the history and mythos of the Serpent Spirits, or if you wish to work directly with these luminous beings, Naga Magick provides unique access to the power and wisdom of the Naga Lords.
Naga Magick includes many Illustrations and an extensive Glossary.
About the Author
Denny Sargent is an accomplished writer, historian and university Instructor with a Masters degree in Ancient History and Cross Cultural Communications. He was initiated into the Nath Lineage of Tantra in 1980 as taught by Shri Gurudev Dadaji Mahendranath, and has practiced and written about Tantra ever since.
Vishnu with Shesha Naga – Bronze – Showcase 11-1 – Bronze Gallery – Government Museum – Mathura.
Image: Biswarup Ganguly, CC BY 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
Cover Image: Stephan Schulz at the English language Wikipedia
Seven-headed Naga sculpture at the steps leading up to the royal audience hall in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
- CC BY-SA 3.0
- Created: 1 November 2006