Updated (2016) with the latest public ritual dates for Hearthstone Community Church (Denver, Coloraado USA), and the latest "find me on the web" author info.
A collection of three articles, originally written for the Hearthstone Community Church's newsletter (the Full Moon people--Denver, Colorado), as well as a reprint of the very first article I wrote about witchcraft and the pagan community in 1996.
The three Hearthstone articles are among the best articles I have ever done, based on the feedback I have gotten from my readers. The subjects covered include the use of positive affirmations in rituals, leaders (teachers) and the need for communication, and Cakes and Ale (Mystic Repast) and being thankful.
The 1996 article is reprinted as a reminder of how far I have came as a writer---please take that article with a grain of salt.
|Publisher:||Morgan Drake Eckstein|
|Series:||Hearthstone Community Church|
|File size:||440 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
A Third Degree Wiccan and Adept Major (6=5) in Golden Dawn, Morgan Drake Eckstein had been involved in Wicca and paganism his entire life. He is a board member of Hearthstone Community Church (Denver, Colorado—the Open Full Moon People), as well as a former elected officer of Bast Temple (Evolving Order of Eclectic Ways, [formerly] Golden Dawn in the Outer, Ba Iset Order of the Rosy Cross [BIORC] in the Inner). He holds two bachelor degrees from the University of Colorado at Denver (literary studies and history). He is happily married to a ceramic artist. He is owned by several cats who wish that he would make more money as a writer, so that they could eat fresh shrimp every night.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I expected more from the book; I was disappointed. While an interesting read, it didn't really say much. I'd recommend that you find another book to read.
This is a collection of four articles written by the author on a variety of topics that concern the Wiccan community. They are short, but they still manage to say much. They go beyond the Wicca 101 topics, so those looking for such may feel disappointed, but they should not feel like it was such a waste to read them, as they do give the reader something to ponder and take into consideration, in her or his own practices.