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    Re: Whats everyone reading now or read lately

    In The Shadow of The Shaman by Amber Wolfe
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    Re: Whats everyone reading now or read lately

    The Demonata - Darren Shan

    Even though I'm only on book 3 but they're AMAZING
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    Re: Whats everyone reading now or read lately

    A Woman's Guide to Earth Traditions by Vivianne Crowley

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    The Goddess Path: Myths, Invocations, and Rituals by Patricia Monaghan
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    Re: Whats everyone reading now or read lately

    The accidental sorcerer by K.E. Mills. Has anyone read any of her books? What did you think? I read her Kingmaker, Kingbreaker series before and really enjoyed it so thought I would try this one

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    Re: Whats everyone reading now or read lately

    Dracula's Guest.

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    Re: Whats everyone reading now or read lately

    “You have never answered but you did not need to. If I stand at the ocean I can hear you with your thousand voices. Sometimes you shout, hilarious laughter that taunts all questions. Other nights you are silent as death, a mirror in which the stars show themselves. Then I think you want to tell me something, but you never do. Of course I know I have written letters to no-one. But what if I find a trident tomorrow?" ~~Letters to Poseidon, Cees Nooteboom

    “We still carry this primal relationship to the Earth within our consciousness, even if we have long forgotten it. It is a primal recognition of the wonder, beauty, and divine nature of the Earth. It is a felt reverence for all that exists. Once we bring this foundational quality into our consciousness, we will be able to respond to our present man-made crisis from a place of balance, in which our actions will be grounded in an attitude of respect for all of life. This is the nature of real sustainability.”
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    "Humans are not rational creatures. Now, logic and rationality are very helpful tools, but there’s also a place for embracing our subjectivity and thinking symbolically. Sometimes what our so-called higher thinking can’t or won’t see, our older, more primitive intuition will." John Beckett

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    Re: Whats everyone reading now or read lately

    I just read Devil Bones by Kathy Reich. I loved it. Now I'm reading:
    The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury
    A Cast-Off Coven by Juliet Blackwell
    The Pagan Anthology of Short Fiction: 13 Prize Winning Tales

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    Re: Whats everyone reading now or read lately

    Currently reading:The Real Witches Garden by Kate West.
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    Re: Whats everyone reading now or read lately

    I recently finished Vampyrrhic by Simon Clark. It is now one of my favorite books. It's about these four people who find themselves drawn to a hotel in a small town called Leppington and find out that one of the four people, in a past life, was charged by Thor with the task of leading a group of vampire-like monsters who live underground on a crusade against all the Christians so the Norse gods can rule again.

    I can't decide what to read next, though. I started Stephen King's The Dark Half awhile back but now that I've picked it up again it's not really grabbing me. I think it's gonna be a toss up between Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and Orwell's 1984.

    As for occult literature I'm gonna start working on Margot Adler's Drawing Down the Moon again, and I think I want to reread Deborah Lipp's The Elements of Ritual.
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