ueen of the Night Rediscovering the Celtic Moon Goddess

ueen of the Night Rediscovering the Celtic Moon Goddess ❰Download❯ ➻ ueen of the Night Rediscovering the Celtic Moon Goddess Author Sharynne MacLeod NicMhacha – Thomashillier.co.uk Practical exercises ceremonies and meditations help readers experience the power of the moon for themselves More than 60% of all spells and rituals are moon spells Sure to appeal to Neo Pagans Wiccans Practical exercises ceremonies and meditations help readers experience the Night Epub Ù the power of the moon for themselves More than % of all spells and rituals are moon spells Sure to appeal to Neo Pagans Wiccans Celtic enthusiasts and others interested in the practical application of spirituality involving goddess symbolism and the moon.


4 thoughts on “ueen of the Night Rediscovering the Celtic Moon Goddess

  1. Heather Heather says:

    With all the dulldumb Wicca 101 Druid 101 Fairy Shaman Dolphin Crystal Child 101 books out there saying all the same things if you have a solid background in Western Magical Trad some basic Eastern practice and varieties of shamanism yay wow thank you Goddess ueen of the Night's written by a SCHOLAR yes someone who STUDIED the topic beyond tossing together last year's 101 books and adding some personal gnosis She is an actual professor in Ireland and she's a Pagan She is writing this book for her colleuges but adding exercises that are amazing at the end each chapter for the Pagans It's not dumbed down in any way which is so refreshing She expects that the reader is smart wants facts and cares about integrity PLEASE WRITE MORE BOOKS The fact that it's never clearly understood just what the Celts had for a moon Goddess was irrelevant she offered details about the Celtic calender that make a lot of sense great Indian information that clicked in wonderfully for anyone who has done their Indo European studies and millions of other details This book is worth 100 of the same old same old books being passed off as new Most Pagan writers have no scholarly experience and can't write a footnote to save their lives BUY THIS BOOK I took a star off due to the vague conclusion that we have no idea if the Celts had a moon Goddess


  2. April April says:

    Dragging my heels with this one I find myself disagreeing with the author on many points and she has not convinced me in any way that there was some hidden celtic moon goddess


  3. Lynne Cantwell Lynne Cantwell says:

    I'll cut to the chase the author doesn't name any goddess for the honor of Celtic Moon Goddess although she makes a case for Arianrhod whose name means Silver Wheel for one thing in the Welsh traditionUnfortunately it takes her 168 pages to get there in a book that only has 228 pages of text the rest are appendices etc I was familiar enough with the material in her earlier chapters to contemplate setting the book aside But the author redeemed herself later with folklore from the Celtic lands; a meditation I may try one of these days; and even a few recipes


  4. Tracey Tracey says:

    A fascinating read


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