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review 2015-11-07 09:09
Bards reviewing Bards
Bard Song - Robin Herne

Lorna Smithers, a fine and insightful poet herself, reviews Robin Herne's 'Bard Song' on her blog.

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review 2015-11-04 08:45
Haunted Palace reviews
Traditional Witchcraft and the Pagan Revival: A Magical Anthropology - Melusine Draco

Haunted Palace is an excellent review site covering a wide range of topics. The review of Traditional Witchcraft and the Pagan Revival is a huge and indepth piece. Here's a small quote for flavour.


"I found this book to be very engaging, enlightening and at times challenging – it covers a great deal of ground in under 200 pages.  While there are undoubtably more complex and detailed archaeological and historical studies available and Draco’s interpretation of the evidence whilst drawing on some very distinguished sources, is very much her own, this book provides a good over view of archaeological and historic periods from earliest times to the present day.  Her survey outlines  the main theories in relation to magical and religious developments within the British Isles and her insight how these traditions and survivals may have influenced Traditional British Witchcraft and Neo-pagan traditions such as Wicca."

Source: hauntedpalaceblog.wordpress.com/2013/07/13/traditional-witchcraft-and-the-pagan-revival-by-melusine-draco
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review 2015-10-31 10:38
Celtic Myth Podshow reviews
Pagan Portals - Irish Paganism: Reconstructing Irish Polytheism - Morgan Daimler

The Celtic Myth Podshow, run by Gary and Ruth, is a very popular production. They describe themselves as follows - "The Celtic Myth Podshow will tell you ancient tales and legends of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany and the Isle of Man bringing you the bravery of heroes and heroines, the magnificent pantheon of gods and goddesses and the magic and wonder of druids, faeries and folklore."


The link will take you to the indepth review they've done of Morgan Daimler's Irish Paganism.


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review 2015-10-21 16:14
A bad witch reviews
Traditional Witchcraft for Urban Living - Melusine Draco

When Lucya reviewed this book, it had been published under a different title - Mean Streets Witchcraft. It's now part of Melusine Draco's traditional witchcraft series at Moon Books, with the title 'Traditional Witchcraft for urban Living'

Source: www.badwitch.co.uk/2011/02/review-mean-streets-witchcraft.html
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review 2015-10-21 16:06
A kitchen witch reviews...
Shaman Pathways - Aubry's Dog: Power Animals In Traditional Witchcraft - Melusine Draco

Author and Kitchen Witch Rachel Patterson has reviewed this book on her blog - the whole thing is available via the link.


"Another wonderful Shaman Pathways book by Melusine Draco. Packed full of information about man’s best friend it covers the history of the dog, all sorts of associated herbs, using dog medicine in spell workings and creating amulets and talismans. Lots of charms and folklore is included too along with very interesting healing information. I also loved the section on shape shifting. Very interesting for anyone interested in utilising the power of dog energy."

Source: kitchenwitchuk.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/shaman-pathways-aubrys-dog.html
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