The Pagan Book Of Days: A Guide To The Festivals, Traditions, And Sacred Days Of The Year
  • The Pagan Book Of Days: A Guide To The Festivals, Traditions, And Sacred Days Of The Year
  • The Pagan Book Of Days: A Guide To The Festivals, Traditions, And Sacred Days Of The Year
ISBN: 0892818670
EAN13: 9780892818679
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 1, 2001
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 0.47" H x 8.82" L x 5.83" W
Weight: 0.57 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

- A daybook containing information about rituals and celebrations that have for centuries been associated with the changing seasons of the year.

- Includes charts of equinoxes and solstices, movable holy days, and monthly lunar phases through 2033

- First edition sold more than 30,000 copies

Pagan rites and festivals are at the root of many traditional holidays in the Western world. Embracing a sensitivity we have lost, the Pagan traditions emphasize mystical spirituality, reverence for the feminine principle, and the links between people and the earth. This unique daybook contains a treasury of information about rituals and celebrations that have for centuries been associated with the changing seasons of the year. Included are the observances of the ancient Greek, Roman, Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, and Norse traditions, as well as Wiccan traditions and the worship of the Goddess.

In The Pagan Book of Days the author provides details on auspicious and inauspicious days, holy days of ancient gods and goddesses, and the eight stations of the year (the solstices, equinoxes, and cross-quarter days). He also includes lunar and solar charts indicating dates of major Pagan celebrations from the year 2011 through 2033. Illustrations throughout depict images from the classical and northern European traditions. The Pagan Book of Days is an enlightening way to incorporate these ancient cultural and spiritual practices and awarenesses into your daily life.

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5
   Nice purchase, just as expected
Arrived in great condition, some good content and a perfect addition to my collection. I love the layout of the book, showing all important dates and what is happening on these dates.
 
4
   There is not as much detail about each holiday as ...
It has only 1 paragraph on each holiday.
 
1
   Outdated by decades
This product was written in the nineties and is only useful if you can correlate the tables with another calendar year to the present. Beware the buyer.
 
5
   Informative
This little book is my favorite! It has organized many entries of days to celebrate by day and month. Covers various traditions throughout the year.
 
5
   No More Paganism
Source of information to show that all these holidays are PAGANLIES. Has also charts New Moon. Book is great!
 
3
   So far it's just “OK”/not terrible, but not great.
Unless I'm missing something, it seems that everything is written in a way where we trust the author, and there is not much in the way of citations. For the price, that is ok, but I won 't use this on its own as anything reliable. Here I might find something from interest and set for more reputable sources to make sure it is not just some made up stuff. I had much higher hopes for this and would not replace it if lost. Very skeptical of investing any more money on this author's other works.
 
2
   Not that informative
I was expecting more details on the holidays and how they were celebrated, not just a list of the holidays.
 
5
   yet easy to read
Not a big complicated tome, as I have seen with other Pagan books. It is informative, yet easy to read. There are several charts, calendars and reference pages which are interesting and helpful. Each day of the year has a small description of its significance and origin. It is written very broadly with information that applies to many, if not all Pagan paths.
 
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