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The old ones knew only two seasons: the cold winter when animals had to be sheltered and food stores fostered until the first thaw, and the warm summer when the animals could be put out to pasture and the fields could be planted—which is why we call this solstice Midsummer (as well as Litha) and its opposite Midwinter (as well as Yule) . Our lives are intrinsically different in these warm days than in the cold ones behind and ahead of us. Except ... [more]

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Wiccan mythology is based on a duality of divine presences. There is a Great Goddess who presides over the growth cycle, love, and magic. Her companion is a pastoral God. The God in this partnership is described in various ways depending on one’s specific myth use, but is generally associated with Pan, Cernunnos, the Green Man, the Wild Huntsman, or even Dionysius. However unlike the Goddess, frequently the God of the Wiccan myth is relegated to ... [more]

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      Category: historical romance, ancient mysteries   Level: All

      "Finally! A great book about Paganism today" -rwm

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      Would you like to learn the secrets of the old Greek Mysteries the easy way, by story? By living story? That's how they should be learned. That's how they were learned.

      How about a story true and living now both in their time and ours? That would be educational. Can that be done? How about we weave a story in your mind, a story full of mental magic tricks stepping off the page into your ancient brain, so fully story that you give it life, so full of armillary spheres in sph ... Impressions: 487

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