Listening People, Speaking Earth: Contemporary Paganism

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Hurst, 1997 - Earth - 250 pages
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This work introduces the main movements and trends in paganism. Individual chapters focus on druidry, witchcraft, heathenism, goddess spirituality and magic. These are followed by discussions of shamanism and geomancy. Sources of inspiration are treated next: from real history to more imaginative or poetic phenomena. The book concludes with an exploration of the ecological activities, theologies and rites of passage of pagans.

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GRAHAM HARVEY is Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies at King Alfred's College, Winchester, England.

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