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Vexen Crabtree 2015


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Sociology, Theology, Anti-Religion and Exploration: Forcing Humanity Forwards

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Vexen Crabtree 2015

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My night time routine is: Work on essays/websites, jobhunt, play Warcraft, do house stuff, eat food. (In random order, repeat). Read book during times when my computer is computing.

Presently reading: Pagan Pathways. A collection of essays from each of the major forms of Paganism by leading Pagans, compiled by two lecturers in religious studies at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne.

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Could you give me a rough outline of how they plan the essays in the book? I wouldn't mind writing up my own version concerning my 'Chaos Magick', as you called it ;)
Hope you can get back to me soon

- Anarta / SongWolf

Amazon.co.uk synopsis:
"The number of practising Pagans is increasing dramatically. This book offers a collection of views from a wide range of Pagans - including Wiccans, Druids, Celts and Shamans - reflects the diversity of traditions The contributors range from practising Pagans and Wiccans to academics. The subjects they discuss include: is Paganism an ancient tradition or a new religion?; what are the main magical groups?; a look at the goddess as a source of healing for modern women; how is wicca practiced?; what do druids do?; and what does it mean to be a Celt today? Paganism is a growing spiritual path and this book offers an introduction to the subject.</a>"

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Thanks. But I wanted to know how a majority of the sections in the book are laid out / planned, so I'd know what to put into my own version on my form of Neo-paganism. Sounds like a good book, anyway :)

- SongWolf

hee hee, your descriptions are crap

Please enlighten us with better ones, then, and try to be useful?

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