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Stonehenge Complete:
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Stonehenge Complete:

By Chippindale, Christopher

By Christopher Chippindale, first edition. Condition very good, some wear to jacket. This book begins with the rediscovery of the monument in A.D. 1130 and tells how it has been attributed to the Romans, Phoenicians, and Mycenaeans, and finally adopted by the Druids. Enriched with over 260 illustrations, the book reproduces views that artists have rendered over the last 800 years, from manuscript illuminations to recent photographs. Lively, informative, and storytelling, this book will delight anyone who's felt the allure of this relic of a vanished and mysterious age.

$12.00

Serpent and the Goddess, The:
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Serpent and the Goddess, The:

By Condren, Mary

By Mary Condren, condition good. Minor wear to cover & some pages, highlighting on pages ix-34. Exploring the exciting but largely neglected terrain of myth, history, literature and theology, the author provides a startling account of the decline of matri-centered Irish society. Through the ages of Eve, Brigit, and Mary, she documents the development of patriarchal consciousness and analyzes its implications for today's women and today's Catholic Church.

$12.00

Irish Witchcraft and Demonology
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Irish Witchcraft and Demonology

By Seymour, John D.

By St. John D. Seymour, condition very good. This book is the author's classic treatment of Ireland's demonic supernatural. In it he traces, describes and analyzed famous Irish witches and their careers from Dame Alice Kyteler to a trial for witchcraft in an Irish murder court. Irish witchcraft reached its height in the 17th century and the author spends much time explaining multiple famous cases. Also including a section on Irish-American witchcraft, this book will be welcomed by general readers and lovers of the occult.

$30.00

Secret Tradition in Arthurian Legend, The:
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Secret Tradition in Arthurian Legend, The:

By Knight, Gareth

By Gareth Knight, condition good. Minor wear to cover, moderate staining on some pages. The Arthurian legend is unique, encapsulating everything from ancient Paganism to the heights of medieval mysticism. The author treats this body of legend as a living magical system that encompasses both ancient and modern beliefs surrounding the Arthurian cycles. His King Arthur is a living contemporary archetype, not an ancient dead king. He shows how the Arthurian legend may be structured into a workable mystery system, comprised of three primary grades of attainment: the Powers of Arthur, Merlin, and Guenevere. Learn to use the secrets of the Arthurian tradition in your own life!

$10.00

I, Morgain
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I, Morgain

By Robin, Harry

By Harry Robin, 1st edition. Condition fine, minor wear to jacket. Six centuries after her life ended, King Arthur's half-sister Morgain was subjected to unremitting calumny by the "recorders of Arthurian history," beginning with Geoffrey of Monmouth and Sit Thomas Malory. For them and subsequent writers, Morgain was the thorn in Arthur's career, invariably described as a sorceress, a troublemakers, envious and evil: in short, as a woman of less than one dimension. This book reveals Morgain as an intelligent, passionate woman. Like so many women before, during, and after her own time, Morgain is forced to confront men's control over "the eternal certainty of grief, ignorance, and the mystery of love."

$10.00

Walking the Maze:
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Walking the Maze:

By Cruden, Loren

By Loren Cruden. Condition fine, almost no signs of previous use. In a country populated by immigrants, slaves, and their descendants, we are all displaced people, searching for root and a sense of belonging. Americans often eschew the ways of their cultural heritage for Buddhist or Native American practices, yet the bloodlines from which we are born have traditions and rituals every bit as rich and profound. On this book, the author explores Celtic culture both in relationship to Native ways of life and in its own light and strength, examining the attributes that define and sustain the vitality of the Celtic spirit.

$20.00

Arthur of Albion:
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Arthur of Albion:

By Barber, Richard

By Richard Barber. Condition good, minor wear throughout book. King Arthur has enjoyed greater glory, both at home and abroad, than any other British hero. Throughout our own literature from the twelfth century to the twentieth the Arthurian legends recurs.

$12.00

Secret Tradition in Arthurian Legend, The
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Secret Tradition in Arthurian Legend, The

By Knight, Gareth

The Secret Tradition In Arthurian Legend shows how the Arthurian legend may be structured into a workable mystery system, comprised of three primary grades of attainment. The book concludes with an exploration of the Greater Mysteries, which open awareness to the higher spiritual forces. This book is in good condition with some minor scuffs to the cover.

$12.00

Book of Merlyn, The:
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Book of Merlyn, The:

By White, T.H

By T.H. White. Condition very good, moderate wear and discoloration on jacket. This book rounds off the author's story and tells how Arthur, Guenever, and Lancelot come to their ends. The tale begins with an aged and weary King Arthur sitting alone in his tent as Salisbury, awaiting his last battle. His childhood mentor Merlyn enters to give Arthur one last lesson in life, and the king is whisked away to the badger's sett to meet again with the Animal Council, to which Merlyn had introduced him as a boy.

$7.00