The movement toward Neo-Paganism is a much maligned and often misunderstood one. 'Between the Worlds' investigates this trend toward pre-monotheistic worship on its own terms. This book focuses on what Neo-Paganism practitioners tend to focus on; not the doomsday message of Adventist-type cults, but the desire to find the female in the divine. For the first time ever, this book unites essential readings by leading academics and well-known practitioners all over the world, including Canada. It features the work of Starhawk, Ronald Hutton, Michael York, Graham Harvey, Jenny Blain, Helen A Berger, Wendy Griffith, alongside contemporary Canadian scholars including Lucie Marie-Mai DuFresne, Lori G Beaman and Barbara Jane Davy.... their will to this wiccaning all the participants are asked to pick a piece of ribbon upon which they will make a wish for the childa#39;s future. ... The last two people to tie a ribbon on the branch are the childa#39;s parents, both of whom pick white, the colour ... admire the baby, and his mother opens the gifts that people have brought for himababy blankets, clothing, and toys. Several people note how much the child looks like his father, who has said that he felt his wife was giving birth to him asanbsp;...
|Title||:||Between the Worlds|
|Publisher||:||Canadian Scholars’ Press - 2006|