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The New Pagan Handbook by [Regan, Pat]
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About the Author

Pat Regan has worked for many years with the Pagan Anti-defamation Network (PAN), campaigning, researching and writing many articles on Paganism and ecology and is the author of The Torch and the Spear.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 443 KB
  • Print Length: 127 pages
  • Publisher: Lear Books; 1 edition (5 May 2008)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0051BTWNO
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
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If anyone wants to uncover the myths surrounding the present-day religions and see just how they have been deliberately shaped to smother the traditional religions of this part of the world, then Patrick's book is for you. Read it with an open mind and your eyes will be opened; it's not a spooky book or one for aging-hippies, it's a serious, well researched look at our cultural and religious roots. What is really good about this book is the way it blends ancient history with present day activities and shows how you can bring these ancient beliefs and practices into your life today with a great deal of relevance as we try to life in a more sustainable fashion and in greater harmony with all the living things that share our planet.
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I thought this book was really interesting. I have been fascinated with the history of paganism since watching a TV series called Pagans, which was a really informative documentary which explored pre-roman Britain and northern Europe.
This book is well researched and presented and will open your eyes to the suppression of old beliefs from the Roman-Christian era and enlighten you to the ways of our ancestors.
This book is a great starting point for anyone who wants to learn more. If you can forgive the cheesy front cover that is.
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Well, if you're looking for a decent Pagan handbook head to books like "living as a pagan in the 21st century" by Vivianne Crowley, or Pagan Paths by Pete Jennings (was head of the Pagan Federation)' or something similar. This is Not a good book on the subject. The very Alexandrian "witches bible" gives a more rounded pagan view than this book.
I agree with Cal, and if this then gains a vitriolic response from the author as that review did that he/she is a fundamentalist then so be it! I've only been pagan for about 18 years and not written a book on my personal path so may be termed a fundamental Christian by said author.
Far too much of this book is aimed at spewing hate at Christianity. I don't disagree with a number of points, but this is supposed to be a Pagan handbook, something to help people be Pagan. A requirement of paganism is not to despise Christianity, after all, all faiths head to the same point, they all teach something, and whether you agree with Christianity or not, I don't believe anyone searching along their path needs some of the pages and pages of Christian bashing that goes on here. The space would have been better taken up with explaining different paths within the pagan framework - something sadly lacking here.
Rather than being called a "pagan handbook" it would have better entitled "my version of a pagan path which includes a lot of witchcraft handbook"
This book does nothing to help a new pagan, the incredibly lengthy self initiation ritual which is noted as being preferably done naked - this is a Wiccan style initiation. There is NO, and I reiterate this - NO requirement for self or group initiation into Paganism,unless you so choose to do so.
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