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Michelle Belanger (Ohio) is a popular author best known for her writings on psychic vampirism and the modern vampire subculture. A self-professed energy vampire, she has appeared on the British documentary American Vampires, Peter Anthony Holder’s Soul Call, Coast to Coast, the X-Zone, as well on the History Channel, WE!, and A&E. She has lectured at colleges across the United States and occasionally tours with her Chicago-based dark metal band URN. More information can be found at www.michellebelanger.com and www.twilightpath.com.
As a source both entertaining and informative, I highly recommend this book.
Walking the Twilight Path is that special kind of book, that rare kind of book in the Occult world, which opens more doors than it closes.
Walking the Twilight Path is a guide book for working with this so very misunderstood part of life.
Good for the reference library of both new age enthusiasm and anthropologist, great deal of informations on the subject and resources to follow!Published 8 months ago by F. Urena
I really enjoyed and learned much from this book and it turned out to be exactly what I was looking for!!!! WAY TO GO MICHELLE!Published 11 months ago by Kindle Customer
Very interesting book. Full of information. You just don't know whether to believe it all. If you find the occult interesting then you should pick it up.Published 12 months ago by supee1117
I havent had a chance to read all of this book yet, but I realy Like Michelle Belanger as an author.Published 14 months ago by Lauri Shaffer
The depth and breadth of Michelle Belanger's talent and understanding of the occult is evidenced once again by this book. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Always Evolving Alyson
This book has fantastic elements included in it's pages. The book contains facts about death, life, and rebirth along with some rituals and spells to prepare the Western World for... Read morePublished on July 7, 2012 by Mr. Guy
I bought this book at my local "Occult Supply" store. I must admit I was drawn to the cover. I only read the back of this book in the store and I new I had to add it to my... Read morePublished on August 30, 2011 by Amazon Customer