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post #121 of 259
I hope it is allright to ask this here.
I just got Pagan Parenting off of Ebay. i'm very excited to read this. looks great...
i had circle round until someone walked off with it. would you say that circle round is for when your child is a bit older? (my dd is just over 14 mo)
and i never got the cd that came with it... what is on that?

TIA!
post #122 of 259
darn--that's probably the auction I was watching and forgot to bid on!
As for Circle Round, I would say that while parts of it are good for older children, I have found many of the activities and stories to be appropriate for all my kids. I've been using it since my son was about two and he has enjoyed lots of stuff out of it. So maybe a bit older than your dd, but not by much.
I don't have the cd either, but I'd like to get it--I've only heard good things about the music.
post #123 of 259
just wanted to add...there is a copy of Circle Round on Ebay right now. Opening bid is $1.00; buy it now is $5.00.
post #124 of 259
Bump!
post #125 of 259
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It's been a year and a half since we started this thread. So I went through and updated the links I posted since some had become dead ends.
post #126 of 259
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post #127 of 259
I know this has been floating in the ether for a while but, if nobody minds I have a few additions

Books-Nonfiction:
Celebrating the Great Mother: A Handbook of Earth-Honoring Activities for Parents and Children by Cait Johnson and Maura D. Shaw
Drawing Down the Moon by Margot Adler
anything by Caitlin and/or John Matthews, Anne Ross, Miranda J. Green, Peter Berresford Ellis, Jean Markale (all on pre-Christian Celtic religions, although the Matthews do have books on other topics)

Fiction Authors:
Morgan Llywellyn
Gael Baudino

All my links got lost when I switched ISPs so I'm trying to rebuild.
Another neo-Druidic organization (besides OBOD that was mentioned a few pages ago) is http://www.adf.org

\|/KA
post #128 of 259
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Meiri came up with this link to an article in Atlantic Monthly that gives a succint history of Wicca and some info on the Burning Times.

http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/2001/01/allen.htm
post #129 of 259
I just wanted to say THANKYOU THANKYOU THANKYOU!! I've been looking for info and sites but had no idea where to start. This should keep me busy for a while. Thanx again.

Megan
post #130 of 259
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Why Wicca Isn't Celtic http://rimcountrypagans.dreamscrying.net/whywicca.html
post #131 of 259
i liked scott cunningham's books and am suprised they aren't on the list... so...

Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner, by Scott Cunningham, as well as his Encyclopedia of Magickal Herbs. he also wrote some great books about earth magick, with lots of ideas for spells and rituals... they're titled, like, Earth Magick or something like that. (( too lazy to go look at my bookshelf... ))

i'd also definitely recommend Dorothy Morrison's book, The Craft: A Witch's Book of Shadows.

for altar tools, i'd recommend...

http://www.lythastudios.com/
and
http://abaxion.com/

have any of you read Crafting the Body Divine? i've been considering getting it for awhile...
post #132 of 259
Arduinna! Thank-you for that website. I hadn't realized that Clannada's website was no more.

I'm glad that person picked up that article and has kept it online.

Here's another good one, apologies if I had already posted it. It's a compilation of Celtic Triads, centuries of Celtic wisdom as one online acquaintance dubbed them.

http://www.illusions.com/rowanhold/3things.htm
post #133 of 259
thanks for posting all this celtic info.... i am drawn to their culture and beliefs... so keep em coming...lol... altho i should be laying off the research as i have many projects im working on... i am an avid reader...
post #134 of 259
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anyone know what happened to Imbas??
post #135 of 259
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Hey, you know what we haven't done yet???

The big Pagan Festivals/gatherings. Anyone got some more links??

Rites of Spring http://www.earthspirit.com/ros/

WitchVox Major Festivals Page http://www.witchvox.com/vn/vn_evw/ev_festivals.html

Circle Sancuary Pagan Spirit Gathering http://www.circlesanctuary.org/psg/
post #136 of 259
Wicca for the Rest of Us is a great site for debunking a lot of the fluffy-bunny myths about Wicca from a Wiccan point of view. Some may be offended by the anti-fluffy nature of it, so I apologize to any fluffy-bunnies here.
post #137 of 259
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Karen Ann, thanks for the link it fab! I love a place that is up front about matriarcial religous history.
post #138 of 259
Karen Ann, that site is fantastic! Thank-you for posting a link to it.

I think a bit more of the Celtic beliefs survived than that site implies, but that's a matter of degree only.
post #139 of 259
I went to this site about fluffy-bunny and it automaticaly began to print itself... I would cancel the printing and it would begin again and again... couldn't read the page and had to close my computer...
post #140 of 259
If anyone's interested in the goddess Epona, someone on my Druid mailing list just posted this new site devoted to her.
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