A Book of Pagan Prayer

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Weiser Books, May 1, 2002 - Religion - 320 pages
This book aims to provide a selection of prayers - and shows readers how they too can create their own. After an introduction on why to pray, author Ceisiwr Serith explores how people can pray through words, posture, dance, and music. He explains how they can prepare for and compose prayers, how to address and honor the deities, and how to conclude a prayer. Serith also answers questions, such as - Why should pagans pray? Should prayers be spontaneous? What are offerings about? Is all this just trying to buy the gods off?
 

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A really great book to have for research and review. For those just starting out on the Path it provides a lot of suggestions and examples that sets the mind at ease. This is one of those books you ... Read full review

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This is really a well thought out book worth every penny. There are prayers for each and every occasion and celebration that you can think of. Read full review

Contents

III
3
IV
6
V
7
VI
8
VII
10
VIII
12
IX
13
X
17
XLVI
131
XLVII
134
XLVIII
137
XLIX
141
L
144
LI
146
LII
148
LIII
151

XII
19
XIII
22
XIV
24
XV
25
XVI
27
XVII
29
XVIII
34
XIX
39
XX
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XXI
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XXIV
47
XXV
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XXVI
50
XXVII
52
XXVIII
53
XXIX
56
XXX
59
XXXI
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XXXII
62
XXXIII
64
XXXIV
69
XXXV
71
XXXVI
74
XXXVII
90
XXXVIII
107
XXXIX
109
XL
111
XLI
112
XLII
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XLIII
121
XLIV
126
XLV
129
LIV
152
LV
153
LVI
159
LVII
162
LVIII
166
LIX
173
LX
176
LXI
181
LXII
183
LXIII
189
LXIV
190
LXV
193
LXVI
199
LXVII
209
LXVIII
213
LXIX
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LXX
218
LXXI
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LXXII
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LXXIII
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LXXIV
229
LXXV
231
LXXVI
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LXXVII
237
LXXVIII
241
LXXIX
247
LXXX
249
LXXXI
257
LXXXII
273
LXXXIII
277
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About the author (2002)

Ceisiwr Serith is a writer and teacher in the pagan community and a member of Arn Draiocht Fein, a Druid fellowship. His interest in prayers and offerings grew naturally as a result of working with Wiccan covens and Druidic groves and writing a book on the pagan family.

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