Pagan Folklore

Traditional Wiccan and Pagan Wisdom, Folklore and Lore.

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Before the invention of books, written knowledge was kept on scrolls. There was places such as the library at Alexandria, Egypt which was said to contain over half a million scrolls of knowledge collected from all of the known world. In most of man's history the majority of people could not read or write. Consequently, books were imbued with a mystique by the majority of people, representing knowledge that was hidden to those who could not decipher the writings. That which was most likely to be written down was the most important knowledge, which to early man was spiritual wisdom. 

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Exploring the Wheel of the Year

"Exploring the Wheel of the Year" is a captivating journey into the depths of ancient traditions, modern spirituality, and the ever-turning cycles of nature. This enchanting book delves into the rich tapestry of the Wheel of the Year, a sacred calendar that weaves together the seasons, celestial events, and timeless rituals. From the vibrant energies of spring to the tranquil reflections of winter, each chapter invites readers to embrace the essence of each season, harmonizing their lives with the natural rhythms of the Earth.

Embark on a voyage through the pages of this beautifully crafted work as it unravels the threads of the Wheel's wisdom. Step into a realm where ancient traditions come alive, and modern practices find their roots in age-old customs. Wander through chapters that blend history and mythology with practical insights, offering a holistic view of the Wheel's significance to humanity's spiritual journey.

Exploring the Wheel of the Year: A Journey Through Seasons and Spirituality (Desert Wind Coven's Exploring Sabbats Series) by Earl LeMaster.

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