Books for May

May 1st, 2013 | By | Category: Book News

callingCalling to the White Tribe; Rebirthing Indigenous, Earth-Saving Wisdom, Ed McGaa
There are two kinds of people in this world. One seeks wisdom; the other, seeks gratification. One is angered by injustice; the other is unconcerned. One is loyal to all living brothers and sisters; the other is loyal to a nation. One rejects dogma and thinks independently; the other blindly bows to authority, ridiculing free thinkers. One stands up to oppression; the other does nothing… Which one are you? We, in modern Europe, have strayed from our Natural Path. Our rich ancestral wisdoms are in danger of being lost, plunging us into chaos and despair as we tear ourselves away from the energy that created and sustains us. Using the Lakota Tribe as both an example and a beacon, Calling to the White Tribe exposes Organized Religion, false Democracies, Superstition and modern-man lifestyle models for the destructive forces they really are in order that generations to come will be free and know the value and purpose of humanity’s place on Mother Earth.

hawthornWhere the Hawthorn Grows; An American Druid’s reflections, Morgan Daimler
Where the Hawthorn Grows is a reflection on being an Irish reconstructionist Druid in America. It looks at who the Druids were and different aspects of Celtic folk belief from a reconstructionist viewpoint as well as discussing daily practice and practical modern applications.

 

 

speakingPagan Portals; God-Speaking, Judith O’Grady
Pagan Portals – God-Speaking offers a new concept in Earth ecology incorporating mysticism and folk religion. The author is both a trance seer and a biologist, bringing a unique balance to an examination of nature philosophy. Storytelling examples from Irish folklore, NeoPagan theology, and scientific observations all contribute to a carefully reasoned theory about the future of the Earth and ourselves.

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