Pagan Ways: Finding Your Spirituality in Nature

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Pagan Ways by Gwydion O'Hara is a complete introduction to the history, traditions, and practices of the Old Religion.

The many traditions of Paganism form one of the fastest-growing spiritual paths today. If you want to explore Paganism, this book is an ideal resource. If you think that Paganism might be a path for you, it explains what you need to know. If you are starting in a Pagan religion such as Wicca, ...

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Overview

Pagan Ways by Gwydion O'Hara is a complete introduction to the history, traditions, and practices of the Old Religion.

The many traditions of Paganism form one of the fastest-growing spiritual paths today. If you want to explore Paganism, this book is an ideal resource. If you think that Paganism might be a path for you, it explains what you need to know. If you are starting in a Pagan religion such as Wicca, Pagan Ways will fill out your knowledge of the Craft.

  • Find out the truth about Paganism
  • Discover how to get in touch with the subtle forces of nature
  • Explore the role of the eight Pagan virtues: love, trust, balance, humility, learning, reincarnation, harmony, and tolerance
  • Learn how to follow the Pagan calendar and keep the holidays
  • Read how to build an altar
  • Understand the tools used in magic
  • Find out about the stages involved in becoming a Pagan Priestess or Priest
  • Read about the history of Paganism, including the founders of the modern Craft movement

Pagan Ways will give you the understanding and insight to make a firm decision about whether Paganism is the right path for you. You'll even be able to participate in the meaningful rituals that beautifully blend ancient wisdom with modern insights included in this book.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781567183412
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 9/1/2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 527,010
  • Product dimensions: 5.22 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 0.57 (d)

Meet the Author

Gwydion O'Hara is dedicated to the research, study, and practice of ancient folkways that survive today. For more than twenty years, he has looked for the practices of the people of the land, wherever they could be found and in whatever aspect they would present themselves. His studies have brought him in contact with others who hold a common respect for the old ways, offering the opportunity to watch and work with different groups in both the United States and Canada. In his studies, he has pursued the areas of herbology, mythology, folklore, and folk magic. He gained recognition in New York and Toronto as a competent tarot reader and lectured on the subject for the Toronto Psychic Society. A love for the lore of the simple folk, however, always has been behind his work. Moonlore is a product of that devotion.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2000

    The Best Introduction to Paganism

    This book is the perfect introduction to Paganism for the seeker and also a wonderful book to give to others to read if they are misinformed about what it really means to be a Pagan. If you're new to Paganism, start here. If you're not, give it to your closest friends and relatives to read to explain the path you've chosen.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2000

    A must for born-again and new pagans

    I am a 2 year pagan and I found this book to answer alot of the questions that I had. It can be hard at times to ask questions and find others that have the same beliefs as you. This book will help you answer alot of those questions.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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