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Pagan Pathways, New Edition by Graham Harvey

Pagan Pathways, New Edition (2000)

by Graham Harvey (Editor), Charlotte Hardman (Editor)

Other authors: Roland Hutton (Contributor)

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A group of essays on the history and practice of modern Paganism in Britain. The bulk of the essays are historical looks at the major British pagan "pathways": Odinists, Druids, Wiccans, the Left-Hand Path, women's spirituality movements, shamanism, sacred ecology and the new age. Having been originally published in 1995, much of this information is only of historical interest and probably doesn't say much about contemporary practices. A few of the other articles are so densely academic as to be unreadable. Still Ronald Hutton's article was lucid, and as always, worth reading. In addition I enjoyed the study of solitary vs. group practitioners and the analysis of the role of women in various types of neo-pagan groups. ( )
  aulsmith | Oct 30, 2012 |
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A later edition of Paganism Today.
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This book offers a perfect introduction to the subject, covering a fascinating range of topics including a discussion of the goddess as a source of healing for modern women; How Wicca is practiced; and what it means to be a Celt today.

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