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Pagan Visions for a Sustainable Future

by Ly de Angeles

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Edited by Ly de Angeles, Emma Restall Orr and Thom van Dooren
  Pombagira | Jul 3, 2006 |
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Do Pagan practices lead to an ecological approach to life? What is the role of magic in contemporary Paganism? How can ancient Pagan codes of behavior be applied today?

Representing diverse arenas of Paganism, eleven established activists, authors and academics passionately debate the critical issues facing modern Pagans. These provocative discussions-exploring feminism, magickal ecology, ancient Egyptian ethics, political activism, globalization, the power of truth, sacred communities, and environmental spirituality -challenge readers to reconsider what it means to be Pagan in the twenty-first century.

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