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Morgana looks at the impact of cultural influences and how Wicca has developed in Europe over the last 50+ years. Lees verder
This ‘Interfaith’ journey of meetings and encounters with many other people, is also a reference guide describing the 12 skills outlined throughout the book. Lees verder
From a district of PF in 1997, PFI became an Affiliated Organisation of PF. In 2005 the PFI Foundation (Stichting) was established in the Netherlands and officially became a legal entity in its own right. An overview of its history in photos. Lees verder
Gerald Gardner lived in Malaysia where he compiled a book on ’the Kris and other Malay weapons’. Morgana shares experiences of her visit to Indonesia, and what she has learned about the Kris and indigenous practices. Lees verder
Dit is zowel een naslagwerk over Javaans cultureel erfgoed als een zelfhulpboek. De tradities en technieken van de Stille Kracht voor balans bieden handvatten voor persoonlijke ontwikkeling. Lees verder
In the fifteenth century Marsilio Ficino was the most active and important translator of works from Greek into Latin. His way of working astral magic included the cosmic harmony of the universe into the practice of natural magic. Lees verder
Prof. Ronald Hutton looks closely at four main figures: Mother Earth, the Fairy Queen, the Mistress of the Night, and the Old Woman of Gaelic tradition. He makes the compelling case that these goddess figures did not descend from the pre-Christian ancient world yet have nothing Christian about them. Lees verder
An account of ‘eccentricity and Witchcraft in the 1950s and 60s’, in the persons of Charles Cardell and Ray Howard. It explores their fascinating lives and examines their writings and relationships with other witches including Gerald Gardner and Doreen Valiente. Lees verder
Morgana spoke with Emily Carding about, amongst other things, Shakespeare, the world of the elves, Hekate and current affairs. Lees verder
Morgana was in Santiago de Compostela during ‘Holy Week/ Semana Santa’, leading up to Easter. She wanted to find out more about the people involved, and of course if there were any pagan elements. Lees verder