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Day Star And Whirling Wheel
     

Day Star And Whirling Wheel

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by Galina Krasskova
 
In the Northern Tradition, the Sun is represented by the Goddess Sunna, and the Moon by her divine brother Mani. They give their names to two of the days of the week, and their rays shine down upon us, giving life and inspiration. This devotional is dedicated to them, and to their family. They are more than mere personifications; they bring joy and peace to every day

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In the Northern Tradition, the Sun is represented by the Goddess Sunna, and the Moon by her divine brother Mani. They give their names to two of the days of the week, and their rays shine down upon us, giving life and inspiration. This devotional is dedicated to them, and to their family. They are more than mere personifications; they bring joy and peace to every day of our lives. We saw them first in the sky as children, and now we can understand and reverence them even more fully with the help of this book.

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ISBN-13:
9780982579800
Publisher:
Asphodel Press;
Publication date:
11/04/2009
Pages:
120
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)

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Day Star And Whirling Wheel 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
grisaille More than 1 year ago
[Disclaimer: I contributed several pieces to this anthology.] To my knowledge, Day Star and Whirling Wheel is the only book of its kind currently available: a devotional anthology created by modern Heathens and Pagans in honor of Sunne and Mani. And this is an inspiring collection: praise poetry, prayers, invocations, rituals, essays, reminiscences and meditations fill these pages. Black-and-white photography and artwork (original, as well as public domain) accompany the pieces. I hope Krasskova edits more such anthologies. If I have one complaint, it is that the anthology is too short! (Though I understand this was due to the number of contributors that were received.)