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Fallingwater’s one witchy woman

Fallingwater’s one witchy woman

Fallingwater’s one witchy woman There may deal in spells and rituals, but being a witch is really all about restoring harmony, says Wiccan author By John Beck Originally Posted:   10/16/2009 http://www.marinij.com/ci_13570819 The supernatural witchy tale of Cerridwen Fallingstar goes way back to one of her many past lives, journeying all the way to 12th century Japan — the setting of her new novel “White As Bone, Red as Blood.”But, with Halloween on our doorstep, we won’t bore you with all the Shogun swordplay and sordid affairs.
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BEING A PAGAN, Druids , Wiccans and Witches Today

BEING A PAGAN, Druids , Wiccans and Witches Today

by Ellen Evert Hopman Interviews with Margot Adler, Starhawk, Susan Weed, Z.Budapest and Many Others (Paperback) By (author) Ellen Evert Hopman, By (author) Lawrence Bond Who are the new Pagans, and what do they stand for? From Margot Adler, an NPR reporter and author of Drawing Down the Moon, to Oberon Zell, founder of the Church of All Worlds, the people interviewed in this book express the rich diversity of modern Paganism. Ellen Evert Hopman draws on her own experience as a Pagan and Druid and on extensive research to describe the origins and activities of modern Paganism. The authors […]