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In the tradition of Marion Zimmer Bradley's Mists of Avalon, Ellen Evert Hopman weaves Druid history and spirituality into an engaging love story. This Bardic teaching tale is set in a fictional third-century Ireland when Christianity is sweeping across the Celtic Isles. During this time of crisis, love blooms between Ethne, a Druid healer, and her patient, a Fennid warrior. Their passionate affair suffers a tragic blow when Ethne is called upon to become the high queen. Told from the Druid perspective, Hopman recreates the daily life, magical practices, politics, and spiritual lives of the ancient Celts during this historic turning point. Druid holy days, rites, rituals, herbal lore, and more are brought to life in this Celtic fantasy—illuminating Druidic teachings and cultural wisdom.
Book 2 of the Nemalorn Series Forces of darkness a light begin to make their moves as they gather for the final battle. Ancient secrets begin to reveal themselves, and all may rest on a humble chambermaid embracing her true destiny
To a people is culture as to tortoise is its shell. To man is religion as to breath is life. Both culture and religion aim at moulding righteousness in the heart of man; for righteousness in the heart of man exalts a nation. What happens in a society is a direct reflection of the contents of the heart of men: for if there's righteousness in the heart of the individual, there will be nobility of character, if there's nobility of character, there will be happiness for the home, if there's happiness for the home, there will be order in the nation, if there's order in the nation, there will peace in the world...CONFUCIUS. It's therefore, unto the family and religious leaders, a duty to instil in the progeny the virtues and values which culture and religion teach. When the family reneges on its role and cultural values are thrown overboard, the society is rotten, and religion fails for reason of doctrinal bigotry, humanity is endangered. Sadly it is the case in our hands today....Atah, morally brought up lad, holds on fervently to the doctrines of his new found religion and loathes everything culture. He also hates the anyone else who does not practice his own faith...Consequently, he gives his own life in a pathetic manner for the faith he professes...
Every legend has a side of it that goes untold just as we have a side of our lives that goes unseen. With countries fighting for power amongst themselves, the lands within are ravaged with turn oil and chaos. The people of the Suguremashita Region keep their hope in a legend that has yet to be proven to be true. When reality collides with fantasy, lives are taken so lives can be saved. When a young priestess is hidden in a parallel dimension where time passes slower to save her life she must return when called upon. In an unexpected moment a young girl gets thrusted from one world and into another to be transformed into the priestess she was destined to become. As one makes changes to learn who they are, they learns to adapt to new situations and discover who they were meant to be. The journey is never easy but discovering oneself created a new found freedom that allows boundaries that prohibited growth to be shattered. This is a story of a girl who is given a chance to write her own destiny and immerse herself in a world that will bring out the true person that had been locked away by fear.
The New York Times bestselling science fiction and fantasy author of the Avalon series introduces the prequel to the beloved and enduring classic The Mists of Avalon in this mesmerizing epic of one woman’s legendary role at a turning point in history. In a Britain struggling to survive Roman invasion, Eilan is the daughter of a Druidic warleader, gifted with visions and marked by fate to become a priestess of the Forest House. But fate also led Eilan to Gaius, a soldier of mixed blood, son of the Romans sent to subdue the native British. For Gaius, Eilan felt forbidden love, and her terrible secret will haunt her even as she is anointed as the new High Priestess. With mighty enemies poised to destroy the magic the Forest House shelters, Eilan must trust in the power of the great Goddess to lead her through the treacherous labyrinth of her destiny.
Take a Magical Mystery Tour. Join celebrated Tarot author, artist, and scholar Rachel Pollack on a magical walk through the mysteries, archetypes, and dream-like images of the Tarot. In the tradition of Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell, Rachel draws upon symbols, myths, and folk tales both ancient and modern, to illuminate the spiritual truths behind the Tarot's symbols. The Forest of Souls unfolds like a dream, in a series of musings upon the confluence of the sacred and the mundane. How can a simple deck of 78 cards become keys unlocking life's greatest secrets? While the most common use of Tarot is for divination, Rachel shows how to use the cards for readings of an entirely different nature. Asking improbable, even impossible questions, she plays with the sacred possibilities and answers that the Tarot gives us. What nourishes my soul? What is soul? What is Tarot? What plan did God follow to create the universe? We now know that the Tarot was almost certainly not originally designed to include Kabbalistic and other occult correspondences. Yet such systems can greatly enhance our understanding of and relationship with the cards. Embracing paradox and non-linear thinking allows us to push the boundaries of the known and venture into the unknown. It is in that sacred space that we open ourselves to wonder and mystery.
She was well-named-Sin-foul witch and raving beauty. Black Priestess and beloved of Sasso, the Dark Power from another dimension who strove to capture, with her help, Varda, a lovely little world. Outlawed, sentenced to the Vat, a few foresters still defied foul Sasso's loveliest witch. ExcerptA shriveled blood-red moon cast slanting beams through gigantic, weirdly distorted trees. The air was dead still where he lay, but overhead a howling wind tossed the top branches into eerie life. He was lying on moss. Moss that writhed resentfully under his weight. His stomach was heaving queasily and his head was one throbbing ache. His right leg refused to move. It seemed to be stuck in something.He was not alone. Something was prowling nearby among the unbelievably tall trees. He sat up weakly, automatically, but somehow he did not care very deeply what happened to him. Not at first.The prowling creature circled, trying to outline him against the slanting shafts of crimson moonlight. He heard it move, then saw its eyes blue-green and luminous in the shadows, only a foot or two from the ground.Then his scalp gave a sudden tingle, for the eyes rose upward. Abruptly they were five feet above ground level. He held his breath, but still more wondering than afraid. A vagrant gust brought a spicy odor to his nostrils, something strongly reminiscent of sandalwood. Not an animal smell.He moved slightly. The moss beneath him squeaked a protest and writhed unpleasantly.The thing with the glowing eyes moved closer. Squeak-squeak, squeak-squeak, the strange moss complained. And then a human figure appeared momentarily in a slender shaft of red light.

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