- Capa comum: 320 páginas
- Editora: Delta (1 de setembro de 1990)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 0385301898
- ISBN-13: 978-0385301893
- Dimensões do produto: 13,2 x 1,8 x 20,6 cm
- Peso de envio: 204 g
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Tom Cowan attended a Jesuit seminary and received a PhD in history from Saint Louis University. He has been a student and teacher of religions and mysticism since the 1960s. He frequently lectures and conducts workshops nationwide on various aspects of spirituality, Celtic shamanism, dreamwork, and creativity. The author or coauthor of more than 25 books, he lives in Highland, New York.
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The answer is very easy really. The first reason I gave this book three stars is that it is a bit dated and it's not such a good book that it will always be entirely relavent and exciting to new audiences. The other reason is the history chapters, they are too easy and too speculative for me to just let myself go along for the ride.
Once you connect with the age of the book and forgive the short history lesson, however, this book has some real is a of wisdom and the author seems to inspire with her dedication.
Laurie is very informative about Pegan seasons and teaching one how to go with the flow of their inner Magic.
This is a great book for beginners.
One of the main things to keep in mind is that most ancient history - particularly pre-history - has little to no records, so everything we think about these cultures is conjecture based on the little solid evidence we have found and the way modern cultures behave. In fact, some of the theories that she presented as fact have direct evidence against them. So basically I recomend you either skip all of the history chapters altogether, or read the history and science bits with a very large grain of salt.
Also, I would like to clarify one thing. While this is a common misconception - what Cabot is describing in her book (until the magic working bits anyway) is Wicca. In current usage, a witch tends to be a generic term referring to anyone using earth based magic. There can be christian witches, Jewish witches, Wiccan witches, and even Atheist witches. Witch is not really a religion - it merely describes the way some of us work.