Posts Tagged ‘ Pagans ’

Inside Paganism 101

Apr 14th, 2018 | By

Paganism 101 is an introduction to Paganism written by 101 Pagans! A rather neat take on the 101 book, we though. When you’re picking up an anthology, it’s good to know who wrote what, so, here’s the rundown… A number of authors who came to us through this community project have since gone on to

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October author news

Oct 1st, 2017 | By

Here’s all the latest author news from Moon Books. What we’ve been up to… Julie Brett did a talk on the poet Amergin and how his poetry of invoking the land can help us to create ritual practices for deeper connection with our immediate environment. That was at the Australian Wiccan Conference in New South

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Pagan writing – free or cheap, and legal!

Aug 21st, 2017 | By

In the last few weeks, we’ve seen the nasty issue of book theft raising its unpleasant head in the Pagan community again. Let us be very clear – giving away ebooks is book theft, and book theft hurts authors. There have been a number of good posts on the subject On the Wild Hunt – You

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When to celebrate the Summer Solstice

Jun 21st, 2017 | By

By Nimue Brown For many Pagans, the most obvious time to celebrate the summer solstice is either when the sun comes up, or when it sets. However, at this time of year, dawn in the northern hemisphere is very early, and sunset is very late – at least by my standards of rising and sleeping.

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Laura Perry: Finding My Path

Apr 23rd, 2017 | By

It’s been quite a roundabout path that has finally brought me to Modern Minoan Paganism. My first “Aha!” moment occurred during a high school art history class, when my teacher showed us a photo of the Bull Leaper fresco from Knossos. I remember getting goosebumps and having something “click” in the back of my mind.

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Books of Ancestry

Mar 27th, 2017 | By

The ancestors – however we are moved to envisage them – are an important part of the spiritual world of many Pagans. Ancestors are also a complicated, challenging lot! Most modern Pagans have generations of Christian ancestors behind them. Not all of us feel a connection with our immediate blood ancestry, some of us are

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Pagans and Politics

Jul 3rd, 2016 | By

Even if you’re not living in the UK at the moment, you’ve probably noticed that the UK political scene is more than a little messy just now. Many of the Moon Books authors are British, and like many Pagans, have been writing and sharing ideas in the aftermath of Brexit. This is a different kind

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Authors and books

Jun 29th, 2016 | By

Much as we like putting faces to names, its also good to put faces to books. So, here are some authors with their work… Rachel Patterson with two of her most recent books, The Art of Ritual, and The Cailleach.       Morgan Daimler with her Pagan Portal on fairy witchcraft.   Lucya Starza

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Books for Pagan Lovers

Mar 30th, 2016 | By

Inspiration for love, sex, and relationships, sacred sensuality, magic, and more. Pagan Portals – Sacred Sex and Magick Wrap up ecstasy in love to create powerful magick, spells and healing. Ordinary ritual practices like grounding and creating a cone of power involve sensuality and rising kundalini energy. You can use that power in making magick

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Youtube Pagans

Feb 26th, 2016 | By

Here’s a little film from Rachel Patterson on how to make loose incense – And if you enjoy Pagans on Youtube, do look up Nimue Brown on The Wheel of the Year – https://youtu.be/s-bVVGaVrFI  or Robin Herne with a short Story about standing Stones – https://youtu.be/kpwrFB9gepQ You may also want to look for #ytpaganchallenge which will bring up

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