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    Not quite a book, but more than a book

    Recently I went on to e-bay and purchased a CD rom that I thought might be interesting (the price was good too, only$9 after shipping), and interesting became an understatement after I recieved it!

    It is called "Pagan & Wiccan Mega Collection of Spells CD"

    On this one little disk is books on paganism, druidry, herbalism, festivals, UFO, conspiracy theories, artwork, computer themes, all in ZIP.

    I've only made a dent in looking at it, but, for the money paid, I feel it was more than worth it! They mailed it to me within a few days of ordering. Nynn has looked through it more tha I and she was astonished as well.

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    CD of spells & such

    That's interesting - does it have stuff that isn't on some of the internet sites?

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    Not sure, like I said, I've only looked at a small portion of it.



    MYrddyn Emrys
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    D.J. Conway, Ted Andrews, Silver Ravenwolf, and Scott Cunningham are the authors I reccomend.

    I really enjoy "Animal Magick" (Conway) and "Animal-Wise" (Andrews)

    All these authors are easy to read too

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    Julius Evola- Revolt Against the Modern World

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    Creating a Sacred Space, Denise Linn
    Bud, Blossom and Leaf, Dorothy Morrison
    Altars, Peg Streep
    Spiritual Gardening by Peg Streep
    Practicing the Presence of the GODDESS, Barbara Ardinger, Ph.D.
    The Goddess in the Office, Z.Budapest
    Spirit Maps: Follow the Exquisite Geometry of Art and Nature Back to Your Center, Joanna Arettam
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    the book I have found most useful is Embracing the Moon by Yasmine Galenorn

    it's pretty basic, which makes it a great place to start, and it places great emphasis on finding what is right for you, as opposed to following a strict set of rules, which I liked a lot.
    "I can stop the pain if I will it all away"

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    These aren't Pagan books, but I thought they were good reads.


    Choke by Chuck Palahniuk (Kind of requires a certain taste, and I advise Parental Disgretion, as this book is very... er... edgy, is probably the best word for it.)

    The Pianist by Wladyslaw Szpilman (made me cry more than the movie!)
    Last edited by SimplyStrange; August 4th, 2003 at 01:14 AM.

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    I love the book All One Wicca by Kaatryn MAcMorgan, totally NON fluffy!

    And Triumph of the Moon by Ronald Hutton. Long read, I've only scratched the surface of it!
    Last edited by DarkElfJessica; August 16th, 2003 at 03:46 PM. Reason: fix italics
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    If you are on a budget read nothing else but Jennifer Hunter's 21st Century Wicca followed by Philosophy of Wicca by Amber Laine Fisher and Elements of Ritual by Deborah Lipp. Those 3 are necessary, IMHO.

    Otherwise the Farrar's Bible Compleat is an excellent read as well, Coven Craft by Amber K is essential if you work in a group.

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