Queen of the Night: Rediscovering the Celtic Moon Goddess

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Weiser Books, Jan 1, 2005 - Religion - 267 pages
- Practical exercises, ceremonies, and meditations help readers experience the power of the moon for themselves.
- More than 60% of all spells and rituals are moon spells.
- Sure to appeal to Neo-Pagans, Wiccans, Celtic enthusiasts, and others inter
 

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Sharynne MacLeod NicMacha is a writer and musician of Scottish and Irish ancestry, a direct descendent of Clan MacLeod, long recorded in oral tradition to have connections with the Sidhe or Fairy Folk. An accomplished musician and member of the Celtic band The Moors, she studied Celtic literature and languages at Harvard University, where she has also published papers. She's written for many Celtic and New Age publications, including New Age Journal, Shaman's Drum, Earth Star, and Green Egg. As both a scholar and practicing Pagan, Sharynne has the background and insight to write about the subject with authority. This is her first book.

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