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Posted by porknbeans on 2006.07.13 at 20:33
I remember reading somewhere recently a book recommendation, stating it had a good overview of most (or at least a good chunk of) pagan paths. I remember thinking it *may* have been on Jet's Beginner's Book List.

And now I can't find where I read that.

Does anyone know what book it could be?

ETA: Eureka! I found the page I had been reading ( this article ) and the book recommendation was Margot Adler's Drawing Down the Moon.

Thanks to matrinka69 for her help yesterday.

Comments:


Matrinka
matrinka69 at 2006-07-13 15:06 (UTC) (Link)
Drawing Down the Moon?

Here's the link to the list. http://www.annwnscauldron.com/temple/lessons/beginnerbook.html
the traveller
porknbeans at 2006-07-14 00:00 (UTC) (Link)
Thanks for the link! That could very well be the book; again, thanks.
the traveller
porknbeans at 2006-07-14 05:27 (UTC) (Link)
I found it; that is the book.

Incidentally, where I saw it recommended yesterday was via in this article.
Matrinka
matrinka69 at 2006-07-14 05:41 (UTC) (Link)
It's one of those "must read" books, though it's dry as toast, IMO.
the traveller
porknbeans at 2006-07-14 05:46 (UTC) (Link)
LOL Yeah, I think someone else (who shall remain nameless) has said the same thing. But that's fine by me, I'm interested in overviews of the various pagan religions; a compare/contrast, as it were.

Cheers.
Matrinka
matrinka69 at 2006-07-14 12:18 (UTC) (Link)
Comp is a good idea. And for that, I can't think of a better tome to refer to. I really don't mind dry books, unless I'm trying to get through them in a hurry.
the traveller
porknbeans at 2006-07-14 12:40 (UTC) (Link)
Faaaaantastic.

Yeah, straight up history/information books are a hard slog sometimes; like dry toast or saltines.
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