Celebrating Planet Earth, a Pagan/Christian Conversation explores the similarities and differences between these two paths. It will appeal to Pagans and Christians and students interested in making connections and bridging the divide. Issues are discussed from an academic view point with practical emphasis on personal spirituality and ritual practice.
Contributors include leading figures in British Paganism, in the Christian Forest Church movement and academics in the field of religious studies and earth-centered Christianity. These include Philip Carr-Gomm, Graham Harvey and Philip Shallcrass (Greywolf). This book integrates aspects of Pagan and Christian traditions.
Ancient and enigmatic, the Morrigan reaches out to us - learn who she is and how to answer her call.
Joanna van der Hoeven
An Introductory Guide for the Solitary Druid
Tread the British native shaman’s path, explore the goddess hidden in the ancient stories; walk the Celtic chakra spiral labyrinth.
Take a glimpse at the workings of a Kitchen Witch and share in the crafts. By popular writer and kitchen witch, Tansy Firedragon.
British shamanism has largely been forgotten: the reindeer goddess of the ancient Boreal forest is shrouded in mystery...follow her deer-trods to rediscover her old ways.
A guidebook for those seeking a path that combines modern neopagan witchcraft with the older Celtic Fairy Faith.
Emma Restall Orr
Kissing the Hag by Emma Restall Orr is based upon the old tale of The Marriage of Sir Gawain, and carries us from girlish innocence through to the nauseating horror of the hag - the raw side, the dark side, the inside of a woman.
Hekate, Queen of Witches and the Shadow-Lands, haunts the pages of this devotional bringing magic and enchantment into your lives.
A personal and all encompassing guide to what it is to be a Witch, how to live and work within the Craft. By popular writer and kitchen witch, Tansy Firedragon.
Learning by experiencing is about trusting your instincts and connecting with your inner spirit.