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Kindle ♶ Werewolves: The Occult Truth ⚖

I found this book in the paranormal section of the giant book sale near my home It was a somewhat unusual read for me I liked best the historic and modern legends of werewolves The last section about astral animal transformations was also interesting The author explained well some concepts that were unfamiliar to me I enjoyed his sense of humor. Kindle ⚓ Werewolves: The Occult Truth ⚈ How Does One Become Or Kill A Werewolf Where Do Our Modern Shapeshifting Stories Come From Are Werewolves Real The Truth Is Much Stranger Than Fiction Werewolves Investigates The Centuries Old Myths And Compelling Evidence Surrounding These Enigmatic Beasts Of Literary Fame Explore Four Types Of Werewolves Involuntary, Voluntary, Other Dimensional Beings, And Astral Plus Native American Beliefs, Ancient Legends From Cultures Worldwide, True Stories Of Sightings, And Scientific Theories From Shamanistic Practices And Curses To Drug Induced Hallucinations And Serial Killer Werewolves, This Book Will Tantalize Readers Also Includes Authentic Rituals For Werewolf Transformation Interesting take on the typical werewolf beliefs, which includes voluntary, involuntary, interdimensional and astral werewolves The latter two are less interesting than the former. Very informative Lots of facts and easy to understand I will be reading the rest of his books. For a serious look at the possibility that werewolves exist, I liked this one The author throws in his own personaility into it, as well as some bits of sarcasm and humor Lets face it, nonfiction books are not something alot of people can get into This one made it kinda fun.Good job Rambling, incoherent, inaccurate , self aggrandizing As in my other books and chatty like a bad blog with regard to shamanic belief and practice in particular I LOVE BOOKS ON WEREWOLVES. I reviewed another of Konstaninos s books, VAMPIRES THE OCCULT TRUTH, a couple years ago and I just re read it to see what I felt of that title against what I feel about WEREWOLVES.The tone is the same, which I really liked Konstantinos approaches the subject as a skeptic and isn t ashamed about it He brushes aside the frivolous, Hollywood aspects of werewolf lore and delves pretty deeply the hardcore legends from a bunch of different cultures, including European, Native American and some Asian cultures It was interesting reading about werewolf aspects that I didn t know much, if anything at all, about before He has a definite sway as to which werewolf mythos he believes in which is fine In reality it s the one that makes the most sense but it s a point that he brings home, however subtly, from the beginning.Konstantinos s voice didn t have any of that dryness I mentioned in the VAMPIRES book, another good thing I think WEREWOLVES was succinct and to the point than its predecessor and didn t spend as much time dwelling on the technical That might also be because there wasn t too much technical to delve into since werewolves are even mythical than vampires.As with VAMPIRES, WEREWOLVES does contain letters from his readers detailing their experiences either with or as werewolves but they re pretty much as clear as footage of Bigfoot or an acid trip They really only lent further credit to Konstantinos s theory that werewolf experiences are psychological than anything.What really bothered me about WEREWOLVES, though, and it doesn t appear that I had this issue with VAMPIRES, was Konstantinos s constant name dropping of his own books That got really grating It felt like it was at least once a chapter he was mentioning another of his titles, VAMPIRES especially It just seemed tacky And a cheap way to advertise and try to hook people into his other books I ve only read the one and I did like it but I was put off by WEREWOLVES by his advertising.Overall another good reference book for people on the serious track of werewolf myths and legends There s nothing TWILIGHT ish about this one it s just a journey into myth history But it s enlightening all the same As someone that really isn t into werewolves all that much, it was interesting reading about all the different types and their histories It all goes so far beyond what Hollywood has taken upon itself to show us that it s barely recognizable But just beware of his name dropping It happened enough that it really started to grate on me. Unlike a lot of people, I enjoyed the book on vampires that Konstantinos did At the time, there was so little in mainstream literature that even touched on what the modern vampire community is It was a bullet point esque, layman s introduction to the sub culture, sure, but it wasn t a misleading one It was a book that could really open people s eyes to concepts they hadn t considered before For those reasons I was highly anticipating this, the werewolf book.This book is NOTHING like the vampire one.It is a cliffsnotes version of the werewolf encyclopedias on the sale table at every Borders.I read the whole thing to find the only mention of otherkin and modern therianthropy was a short disclaimer that Konstantinos is NOT involved in the culture and that you should read Lupa s books if you are interested.I bought THIS book because I was interested Don t write a crappy book and then at the end admit that you should have been reading someone else s all along That s like if The Monkey s put out an album with one song, but the song is just a recording of the producer repeating You should try the Beatles Read Lupa s books, all of them Pay full price and then buy copies at full price again.I didn t know it was possible but I love Lupa now.