Posts Tagged ‘ Emma Restall Orr ’

The Power of the Crone

Oct 13th, 2017 | By

Modern Paganism often divides female divinity into the forms of maid, mother and crone. Often the maid and mother archetypes seem to get the most attention. Here are two books that particularly explore the power of the crone aspect of the Goddess. Kissing the Hag by Emma Restall Orr explores the Dark Goddess and the

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Featured author – Emma Restall Orr

Sep 25th, 2017 | By

Emma Restall Orr¬†(aka Bobcat) has had a huge impact on Druidry around the world, as the UK’s first prominent female Druid, and as one of the leading voices in developing animistic, experiential Druidry. It is her language of mud, blood and ancestors that encouraged many modern Druids to leave the pristine white robes behind them

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Druid College UK is born!

Feb 22nd, 2015 | By

Moon Books authors Joanna Van der Hoeven and Robin Herne have combined their insight and wisdom, to establish Druid College UK. The Druid College itself was founded by Kevin Emmons and James Lawer in 2012 in Maine, USA and New York.  For more information please see their US site at: www.druidcollege.org. Foundations for this life-long

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Special ebook offers on some classic titles

Nov 14th, 2014 | By

All titles below are 99p or 99c until the end of November. A great offer on some true classics of Pagan writing.   Looking for an unusual and engaging book that opens up ideas around spirituality and religion, personal authenticity and religious organization? The e-book version of Diary of a¬†Heretic this month on Amazon. It’s

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New Pagan titles for October

Oct 8th, 2014 | By

We have two new titles out this month and a re-release… This is a pagan tome of poetry and prose designed for rituals, festivals and celebrations. Working with deities, Romany has chronicled invocations and evocations for many Gods and Goddesses, and created clear and crafty quarter calls, circle castings, celebratory prose and meditations. Ritual is

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