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Divided into three parts Doyle White briefly covers Wiccan History from the origins to the present day. Notable authors and practitioners are discussed as well as the impact of the social movements; Wiccan theology, ritual practice and Rites of Passage and so on and the Wiccan community and culture. Lees verder
Two articles per month and four extra give Wiccans and other Pagans food for thought on contemporary issues for the full year 2016. Lees verder
People have difficulties in defining religion. It is even more difficult to define a pagan religion. The very term paganism is also very unclear. Morgana wrote a paper discussing paganism as a cultural phenomenon. Lees verder
In this book some of the ‘urban myths’ are dispelled between (neo) pagans and Christians. Discussed are major attributes of both paths and how we perceive each other. Can Christians and Pagans engage in shared ritual? An ‘interfaith experiment’ suggests they can. Lees verder
Two major paradoxes in Wicca are that it strives towards a ‘group’ feeling when it is basically a path of individual development, and that it is supposedly concerned with a mystical (read esoteric) path when many aspects seem to be becoming exoteric and public. Lees verder
This book presents various ways of conceptualizing Paganism in contemporary (Middle) Europe and offers some possible answers to the question: where will the Old Ways lead us in the future? Lees verder
In the Basque Country – even though St. Brigid is present as well – the attention in the first period of Spring is focused on Saint Agathe, patroness of the Basque Country. Lees verder
Twelve Pagan writers from across the globe wrote an essay about a contemporary theme. Varying from parenting to polytheism, from mysticism to the internet, and from being a Pagan in urban London to the sacred landscapes of Australia. Lees verder
For no particular reason we have never published reviews of this booklet by our own Morgana before. Better late than never! Now the book is available in several languages. Lees verder
GOD-Dess Capital-ISM: How poor women smuggled markets & freedom into Vietnam surrounding Communism and changed it to a freer society – Part 2
In some communist countries there is nothing but ‘patriotic’ parades, rallies and displays of martial power. But there are exceptions as celebrations and ceremonies are older than governments. And these exceptions can change rules, even in Vietnam. Lees verder