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The Triumph of the Moon: A History of Modern Pagan Witchcraft [Unabridged] [Paperback]

Ronald Hutton
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THIS book is to be largely concerned with religion, a phenomenon which itself has never been defined in a manner wholly and universally acceptable to scholars concerned with it; indeed, the many practitioners and commentators who will feature in this present work themselves display a range of approaches to the problem. Read the first page
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