Oberon and Morning Glory Zell are true pioneers of Paganism—in fact, they are responsible for popularizing the term Pagan! Here, presented in a unique oral history format, are the stories of their singular lives, including the founding of the Church of All Worlds, their controversial creation of living unicorns, the establishment of the Grey School of Wizardry, and Oberon's discovery of the Gaea Thesis.
Join Oberon, Morning Glory, and their influential friends as they revolutionize the modern understanding of spirituality and have a whole lot of fun while they're at it. Searching for real-life mermaids, embracing polyamory, living a life of sexual freedom, creating a worldwide community through Green Egg magazine—these are the stories of a remarkable couple who embraced the aberrant and the offbeat, and created a movement in the process.
About the Author
Oberon Zell-Ravenheart is a co-founder of the Church of All Worlds (1967), founded Green Egg magazine (1968), is the founder and headmaster of the Grey School of Wizardry, and has written or co-written six books on Neopaganism. Morning Glory Zell-Ravenheart is a Witch, Priestess, and Goddess historian. A published poet, songwriter, and author, she was an acknowledged consultant for Marion Zimmer Bradley's The Mists of Avalon. John C. Sulak is co-author of Modern Pagans. Inspired by journalists like Studs Terkel, Hunter Thompson, Tom Wolfe, and Legs McNeil, it was his idea to tell this story in the oral history format.