Books for Pagans

Books for Divination

Nov 17th, 2017 | By

Divination is a part of many paths and can take many forms. For cunning folk as for shaman, finding lost things is part of the work that a community will need doing for it. On the druid path, it is particularly ovates who are concerned with divination work. For Pagans, divination is a lot more

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Books for Pagan Parents

Nov 13th, 2017 | By

How do we best share our Pagan lives with our children, supporting them without indoctrinating them? How might an adult support a Pagan child when they are not Pagan themselves? Here are some books designed to help adults working with Pagan, or potentially Pagan children… Natural Born Shamans by Imelda Almqvist: Natural Born Shamans – A

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Excerpt from Have A Cool Yule

Nov 11th, 2017 | By

Towards the end of the year the internet is full of pagan postings bemoaning the fact that they hate Christmas. How all the pagan meaning has been profaned and announcing that they will be holed up in solitary misery until all the commercially decadent festivities are over – all of which sadly demonstrates a complete

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New for November – Have a Cool Yule

Nov 5th, 2017 | By

Christmas is not reliably a happy time for Pagans. As planet-lovers, the gross consumption, the waste of food, the gifts bought to be thrown away can be deeply depressing. There’s also the lingering feeling that this used to be our festival and that we lost it/ had it taken from us. Although in fairness, the

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Excerpt from iPagan

Oct 25th, 2017 | By

From The Ever Changing Faces of the Gods ~ Luke Eastwood Over the last thousand years or so there have been huge changes in religion – most notably the one god coming to replace the many  the Judeo-Christian god Yahweh, who has swept through the world at the end of a conquering sword or a

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New for October – Pagan Portals – Gwyn ap Nudd

Oct 5th, 2017 | By

Pagan Portals – Gwyn ap Nudd is a new introductory title from Danu Forest, whose popular work Druid Shaman is also published by Moon Books. Gwyn, the bright god of the Brythonic underworld Annwfn and Faery king of the wild Welsh spirits, the twlwyth teg, is an ancient and mysterious figure. His tales are scattered

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Autumn Launch Party for Every Day Magic

Aug 31st, 2017 | By

Edited by Lucya Starza, Every Day Magic offers you 366 entries full of inspiration for each day. There are spells, rituals, meditations, Pagan prayers, divinatory techniques, poems to read and recipes and craft projects to try out, along with the details of festivals that take place throughout the year. And of course being a Pagan project,

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Old Gods, new books

Aug 19th, 2017 | By

We’ve got two very exciting books about Pagan Gods in the offing… In October 2017 we’re publishing Pagan Portals – Gwyn ap Nudd. Danu Forest’s introduction to Gwyn, the bright god of the Brythonic underworld Annwfn and Faery king of the wild Welsh spirits.             Next year will see the release

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Pagan, but not path specific

Aug 9th, 2017 | By

At Moon Books we publish a lot of titles that focus on specific paths, deities and practices. We also have a good selection of titles that consider spirituality in a broader sense. These are good books for general reading, may be resonant regardless of your path, and are particularly useful for people who are in

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Philosophical inspiration

Aug 5th, 2017 | By

In the opening to his new book, Reclaiming Civilization, Brendan Myers writes… “I am grateful to the people of Křeničná, in Central Bohemia, Czech Republic, who in July of 2015 graciously let me share in their village life while I explored the ideas laid out in this book. I’m grateful to the Reidinger family, who gave

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