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Cakes And Ale For The Pagan Soul: Spells, Recipes, And Reflections From… (edition 2005)

by Patricia Telesco

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Cakes and Ale for the Pagan Soul offers 50 hearty doses of magic, wisdom, history and humour for modern witches and druids. Notable contributors include Margot Adler, Starhawk, Raymond Buckland, and many more.
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Title:Cakes And Ale For The Pagan Soul: Spells, Recipes, And Reflections From Neopagan Elders and Teachers
Authors:Patricia Telesco
Info:Crossing Press (2005), Paperback, 234 pages
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Rating:****1/2
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Compilation of short essays, recipes, spells, reflections and informational blurbs from various Pagan elders and leaders about a variety of topics. Interesting to read the wide variety of experiences and lifestyles and beliefs encompassed in these pages! Just as with a symposium with different speakers, some of these blurbs and short essays were more interesting and compelling than others, but overall it was a good, diverse collection. I took a few notes from some and even re-read a few, and others skimmed over less attentively, and will be letting the book pass to someone else rather than keeping it as a reference—it’s really too scattered to use for that purpose. ( )
  Spuddie | Sep 26, 2008 |
Nice little collection of stories and such from various pagan sources. This is a feel good book to be compared to the "Chicken Soup" series. Not alot of information, but it is a nice leisurely read that doesn't have to be read straight through the entire text. If you're feeling a bit down, you can pick it up and choose a story to uplift you. ( )
  lkrough2 | Feb 10, 2007 |
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