Paganism

Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition, Vol. 1 No. 6, Vernal Equinox 2004, Paganism

Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition
No. 6, Vol. 1. Vernal Equinox 2004

Paganism

An Editorial - Neo-Paganism in the Post-Modern Age
by Amber Laine Fisher

Paganism in Provence: How the Mother Goddess Became the Mother of God
by Vincent Bridges
Esoteric Historian Vincent Bridges, co-author of The Mysteries of the Great Cross at Hendaye, explores the roots of paganism and its survival in the early Christian legends of Provence.

Stregha
by Frater L.
Much is made nowadays of Italian witchcraft, or 'stregha' ; but how many go beyond Grimassi's popularisation to find out where its roots lie, and which other traditions it encountered along the way?

Sovereignty and Ecology: A Celtic Neo-Pagan Point of View
by J. S. Kupperman
A discussion of the concept of the Sovereignty of the Land.

Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition

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Frater L.

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Contributing Writers
Vincent Bridges, Frater L., J. S. Kupperman, Samuel Scarborough, Alex Sumner

The Cover Art: Dair: The Oak of Wisdom
by J.S. Kupperman

“The oak tree is symbolic of wisdom, strength and endurance. It was revered as a sacred tree by the Druids, especially amongst the Continental Celts.”

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