Pagan Every Day: Finding the Extraordinary in Our Ordinary Lives

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Weiser Books, Aug 1, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 379 pages
Rather than writing about the usual sabbat rituals and offering the standard goddess-speak, Barbara Ardinger offers 366 (365 plus one to grow on) literate and witty entries on various topics that provoke readers with new ideas and new ways of exploring paganism as a spiritual practice.
 

Contents

JANUARY
1
FEBRUARY
32
MARCH
61
APRIL
92
MAY
122
JUNE
153
JULY
183
AUGUST
214
OCTOBER
275
NOVEMBER
306
DECEMBER
336
JANUARY 1
367
NOTES
368
LISTS OF SOURCES Useful Books and One Article
369
Useful Web Sites
374
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
378

SEPTEMBER
245

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About the author (2006)

Barbara Ardinger, Ph.D. is a Witch, teacher, and freelance writer and editor. Her book reviews have appeared in SageWoman, PanGaia, newWitch, Gnosis, and other magazines. She earned her doctorate in English Renaissance Literature and has studied the Tarot, Reiki, numerology, color healing, and the Qabalah. She holds a third degree initiation from a secret occult order, is an initiated Dianic Witch, and has been a member of the Fellowship of Isis since 1978. Ardinger is the author of several books including Goddess Meditations, Practicing the Presence of the Goddess, and A Woman's Book of Rituals and Celebrations. The chambermaid for her 20-year-old cat, she lives in Long Beach, California.

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