While most of us were enjoying the 90s, Damien Echols was living a nightmare. Wrongly accused and convicted for the murder of three boys in 1993, alongside Jessie Misskelley, Jr and Jason Baldwin, he spent 18 years on death row. You can watch the spine thrilling “West Of Memphis ” documentary on Netflix if you haven’t yet.
Fast forward to 2018, he is about to release his fourth book “High Magick: A Guide to the Spiritual Practices That Saved My Life on Death Row”.
On his facebook page, he states: “I consider this book to be the culmination of my life’s work. When I finished it I was in a hotel room in Boulder, Colorado, the most beautiful blizzard I’d ever seen in my life was happening outside my window. I felt as if I’d accomplished perhaps the biggest chunk of my life’s purpose. Wave after wave of contentment and profound happiness rolled through me for weeks afterwards. This is the fulfillment of a dream I have held since childhood – to contribute in some way to the history and preservation of the practices of ceremonial magick. I just now saw that it’s available for pre-order on Amazon, and my heart lurched. Suddenly it became even more real”.
High Magick is set for an Oct. 30 2018 release, but you can pre-order the book now at Amazon https://www.amazon.com/High-Magick-Guide-Spiritual-Practices/dp/1683641345
For more information, you can follow him @ https://www.facebook.com/damienwechols/