iPaganMoon Books #ad - The book is an ideal introduction to the writing of each of the authors as well as an essential primer for anyone interested in modern Paganism and for those wishing to engage in current Pagan thinking. With fifty-nine contributions from over forty authors, iPagan is an anthology that covers Druidry, Shamanism, Witchcraft, Goddess Spirituality and a range of contemporary issues that affect Pagans across the globe.
Myth and Magic of Pagan Ireland: A Dual Language Mythology book#ad - This dual language pocket book represents a collection of new translations of several Irish myths and texts from folklore. Each story is first presented in the original Old or Middle Irish and then in English so that the reader can experience the story as it existed in the original before reading the translation.
The translations included here encompass material from the Ulster Cycle and Mythic Cycle, as well as miscellaneous material. The aim of the book is to present new versions of translations that are more literal, and so closer to the original material, while also remaining enjoyable for an English speaking audience.
Myth and Magic of Pagan Ireland: A Dual Language Mythology book #ad - Many of the existing translations are around a hundred years old, and often either exclude material or else skew the retelling to fit the mores of a more Victorian audience.
Tales of the Tuatha De Danann: A Dual Language Collection of Irish Myth Pocket Book of Irish Myth 2#ad - Material included focuses on the Irish Gods and related mythic beings, as well as some fragments of wisdom texts. Each story is first presented in the original Old Irish and then in English so that a reader can experience the story as it existed in the original before reading a new translation. This dual language pocket book represents a collection of new translations of several Irish myths and texts from folklore.
. Many of the existing translations are around a hundred years old, and often either exclude material or else skew the retelling to fit the mores of a more Victorian audience. The translations included here in stories including The Struggle of the Two Swineherds and the Wooing of Emer are an attempt to find a balance between a more literal translation that is still enjoyable to an English speaking audience.
Pagan Portals - Gods and Goddesses of Ireland: A Guide to Irish DeitiesMoon Books #ad - This short introductory text looks at a variety of different Irish deities, from their ancient roots to the modern practices associated with honoring them in, common and more obscure, an encyclopedia-style book with entries in easy-to-use sections. A concise guide to the Gods and Goddesses of pagan Ireland, their history, mythology, and symbols.
Rooted in the past but still active in the world today, the Gods and Goddesses of Ireland have always been powerful forces that can bless or challenge, but often the most difficult thing is to simply find information about them.
Pagan Portals - Rhiannon: Divine Queen of the Celtic BritonsMoon Books #ad - We have no known cult centers or devotional altars dedicated to Rhiannon. Be it her bag of plenty, the divine queen of the britons, the soul-healing song of her birds, or the empowerment of the sovereignty she holds, when you call to Rhiannon, know that she will stop… and know that she will answer your call.
. Although she has a mythology around her, and has many modern-day devotees, nowhere in ancient lore has she been identified as a Goddess. How then do we approach this revered Lady? How can we best know her as Goddess? We need but call to her, and ask for what we need. To truly know rhiannon, we must excavate the layers of her myth, decode the meaning of her symbols, and seek to restore the significance of her very name.
the Dagda: Meeting the Good God of Ireland - Pagan PortalsMoon Books #ad - Pagan portals - the Dagda offers a place to begin untangling the complex history of this deity. Get to know the good God of Ireland through mythology, history, and modern worship. A popular god among irish and Celtic pagans, the Dagda is a powerful figure who reaches out to us from myth and memory. For those seeking to honor him today finding information can be difficult or confusing.
The dagda is one of the most well-known of the Irish Gods, a king of the Tuatha De Danann and mediator between the Gods and mortals after the Gaels came to Ireland.
The Treasure of the Tuatha De Danann: a dual language collection of Irish myth#ad - This dual language pocket book represents a collection of new translations of several Irish myths. Many of the existing translations are around a hundred years old, and often either exclude material or else skew the retelling to fit the mores of a more Victorian audience. The translations included here in stories including Angus's Dream to the Taking of the Sidhe are an attempt to find a balance between a more literal translation that is still enjoyable to an English speaking audience.
. All material focuses on the stories of the Irish Gods, the Tuatha De Danann. Each story is first presented in the original Old Irish and then in English so that a reader can experience the story as it existed in the original before reading a new translation.
A Witch's Dozen: 13 Practical Rituals for the Everyday WitchLlewellyn Publications #ad - Whether you’re a beginner or a well-studied Witch, each ritual features easily found ingredients and simple steps you can adjust to your personal level. Deborah blake presents thirteen practical, Powerful Rituals Discover a Witch’s dozen of the most commonly requested and helpful rituals from Deborah Blake, noted author and Witch.
Written for solitary use, these rituals are easily adaptable for groups, too. Wherever you go and whatever the occasion, strength, blessing, you’ll have instant access to thirteen rituals that help bring luck, prosperity, and more into your life. Keep your magickal doors open to the wonderful and unexpected gifts that come from practicing everyday Witchcraft and rituals!
A Witch's Dozen: 13 Practical Rituals for the Everyday Witch #ad - These ready-made rituals are designed for popular magickal intentions, including love, healing, divination, and protection.
Brigid: Meeting The Celtic Goddess Of Poetry, Forge, And Healing Well - Pagan PortalsMoon Books #ad - Primarily looking at the Irish Goddess but including a discussion of her Pan-Celtic appearances, particularly in Scotland. Who was brigid to the pre-christian pagans? who is she today to neopagans? how do we re-weave the threads of the old pagan Goddess and the new? Learn about Brigid's myths among the pagan Irish, the stories of Bride in Scotland, and the way that people today are finding and honoring this powerful and important deity to find the answer.
. Her different appearances in mythology are discussed along with the conflation of the pagan Goddess with Catholic saint. Modern methods for neopagans to connect to and honor this popular Goddess include offerings and meditation, and personal anecdotes from the author's experiences are included as well. Pagan portals - brigid is a basic introduction to the Goddess Brigid focusing on her history and myth as well as her modern devotion and worship.
Irish Paganism: Reconstructing Irish Polytheism - Pagan PortalsMoon Books #ad - This short introductory book touches on the basic beliefs and practices of Irish Polytheism as well as other important topics for people interested in practicing the religion using a Reconstructionist methodology or who would just like to know more about it. Irish reconstructionist polytheism is an often misunderstood path, but it is one with great richness and depth for those who follow it.
Ritual structure is explored, as well as daily practices and holidays, to create a path that brings the old beliefs forward into the modern world. Explore the cosmology of the ancient Irish and learn how the old mythology and living culture show us the Gods and spirits of Ireland and how to connect to them.