Sacred Evil

Sacred Evil Enchantress and author Ipsita Roy Chakraverti an adept at both the western witchcraft tradition as well as the Indian science of Dakini Vidya presents nine true encounters laced with the powers o

  • Title: Sacred Evil
  • Author: Ipsita Roy Chakraverti
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  • Page: 264
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  • Enchantress and author, Ipsita Roy Chakraverti, an adept at both the western witchcraft tradition, as well as the Indian science of Dakini Vidya, presents nine true encounters, laced with the powers of light and darkness, that look beyond the limited reality of the manifest, to the finer realities of the soul and spirit Based on real life stories of people who, troubled bEnchantress and author, Ipsita Roy Chakraverti, an adept at both the western witchcraft tradition, as well as the Indian science of Dakini Vidya, presents nine true encounters, laced with the powers of light and darkness, that look beyond the limited reality of the manifest, to the finer realities of the soul and spirit Based on real life stories of people who, troubled by forces and events they cannot comprehend, have sought her out through her many years as a practitioner and scholar of the occult, these incidents involving mystic saints, necromancers, zombies, Tantrics, and restless spirits are an analytical and lucid presentation of otherworldly phenomena Through them, the author gives us a tantalizing glimpse of a deeper, darker, infinitely complex, world And gently mocks our limited perception of it.
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    • Manish Mahajan says:

      For the kind of genre I mostly read and write, it is a bit disappointing that I discovered Ipsita Roy Chakraverti so late. But ever since I came to know of her, I have been ferreting everywhere to read about her life, her work, her experiences and all. With that goal in mind, I recently spent a mini fortune in buying her two books - Sacred Evil and Spirits I have Known. Sacred Evil is a collection of real life cases Ipsita encountered and attended to in person. First published in early 2000, it [...]

    • Dhiraj Sharma says:

      I had read Ms. Chakravarty's book "Spirits I have know" before reading this book and by force of habit was compelled to compare the two.While both the books deal with the same subject of paranormal, zombies and evil spirits but I found the stories in this book to be slightly less scary/engrossing compared to "Spirits"If Spirits was for Post graduate students then Sacred Evil is for high school kids.Many of the stories are bizarre and difficult to believe while some which could have been finished [...]

    • Ayushee says:

      One of the best books I've read.Very well-written,engaging and spine-chilling stories.It's worth a read.

    • Ruhhi Ralhan says:

      Started liking ghosts/witches/spirits after reading this book.

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