Monthly Archives: November 2011

Review of A Magical Tour of the Night Sky

This is a nicely designed paperback of medium size, with clean readable type and lots of monochrome illustrations. Its goal is to cover the basics of astronomy and mythology of the night sky for the spiritually-minded. On seeing the contents … Continue reading

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Defining Paganism, last try

I, too, have struggled in the past with the definition of that squirrelly umbrella term, “Paganism.” I wrote about it here and on other forums in the past. I have joined in the yearning for a better term (something with … Continue reading

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Singing the Morning Song and Meaning It

This is a random memory from a number of years ago, the year my sister Freedom Heart visited. We went to pow-wow at Sequoyah Caverns (yes, the good old days). My son Robert was with us, so I had brought … Continue reading

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8 Winds, 4 Directions, 3 Fates, Nigel Pennick … a brief note

Notes on Muses and Fates, by Nigel Pennick with Helen Field, Capall Bann, 2004: A medieval interpretation of the characteristics of the winds, based on the prevailing winds of the southern Mediterranean, and echoed in Agrippa (chapter VI), gives rise … Continue reading


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