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Celtic Mythology Celtic Mythology
Ward Rutherford
This is a lively and absorbing account of the world of Celtic myth and the role it has played in the development of western culture. Included here are: The world of the Celts, including an historical overview from their emergence as an identifiable people around 1000 B.C. Also included is an exploration of their social structure. The contents of Celtic myths and the differences and similarities between their manifestation in Britain and Ireland.The topography of the supernatural world of Celtic myth, including discussion of Druidism, Shamanism, and the meaning of Celtic myths. Read more...
 
The Healing I Took Birth For The Healing I Took Birth For
Stephen and Ondrea Levine
For more than 32 years, Stephen and Ondrea Levine have provided emotional and spiritual support to those who face life-threatening illness and their caregivers; deeply affecting hundreds of thousands of people in the process. The Healing I Took Birth For, which was begun after Ondrea’s own medical prognosis that foretold the end of a lifetime of spiritual exploration, is the culmination of her work. Their collaboration, in the service of the dying, especially during the height of the AIDS epidemic, set them both more deeply on the path of compassion. Read more...
 
My Life After Dying My Life After Dying
George G. Ritchie, Jr., MD, Introduction by Ian Stevenson, MD
In December 1943, 20-year-old Army private George Ritchie died of pneumonia. Nine minutes later, he came back profoundly changed. What happened to him while his dead body lay under a sheet would change his life, and that of his family, friends, and patients. In this book George Ritchie briefly retells the story of that strange experience and then tells what happened later, including the real miracles that he has seen in his years of practice as a physician and psychiatrist. Read more...
 
Brigid Brigid
Courtney Weber
Brigid—mother, daughter, healer, bard, warrior, fire goddess, goddess of the oak, animals, and magic. Brigid of the spring, her festival Imbolc, oversees fertility of all kinds. Brigid is many things to many people. In this enticing book, Courtney Weber offers up a wide-ranging exposition and celebration of all things Brigid, who is arguably the most popular figure in Celtic mythology and religion. Meet Brigid in her various incarnations—Celtic Pagan Goddess, Christian Saint, and Voudon Loa. Read more...
 

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The Witch's Guide to Wands The Witch's Guide to Wands
Gypsey Elaine Teague, Foreword by Orion Foxwood
Based on her deep knowledge of plant science and ethnobotany and years of magical practice, the author examines the uses and benefits of each wand component (primarily woods, shrubs, grasses, vines, and some metals). She also explores their associations to various gods and goddesses, relationships to specific types of magic, and the results a practitioner can expect to achieve. This is the ultimate guide for witches and pagans everywhere. Read more...
 
The Dalai Lama's Little Book of Buddhism The Dalai Lama's Little Book of Buddhism
Tenzin Gyatso, His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama
With clarity and candor, the Dalai Lama expounds on the core teachings of Buddhism. Fusing ancient wisdom with a modern sensibility, he gently encourages each of us to embrace lives of love and compassion; to embrace individual responsibility. Read more...
 
Alchemy—The Great Work Alchemy—The Great Work
Cherry Gilchrist
Alchemy is the art of transformation. At its simplest, the alchemist turns base metals into gold. However, this is only one dimension of alchemy—at a more sophisticated level the alchemist's "base metal" is symbolic of himself that needs to be worked upon and the "gold" produced is the alchemist himself in his or her quest to perfect his own nature. In short, true alchemy is a discipline involving physical, psychological and spiritual work aimed at producing wholeness and enlightenment. Read more...
 

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Courtney Weber at Temple of Witchcraft

Saturday, June 20, 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Who is the Goddess Brigid? What makes her so popular? How can we work with this ancient Goddess in modern times? This class reveals the mysterious history and delicate mythology of the popular Celtic Goddess of home, motherhood, creation, warfare, and healing and Her incarnations as a Christian saint. It will also include meditations and rituals as detailed in Courtney's new book of the same title from Weiser Books. Class will begin with a meditation and conclude with a small ritual. Participants will walk away with a deeper knowledge and understanding of the Celtic Goddess.

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