Depictions of Isis throughout the Ancient Mediterranean World
By Melissa Mair
[Snip] Abstract: The cult of the goddess Isis spread from Egypt out to Greece and Rome, where Isis became one of the most celebrated goddesses in the Ancient Mediterranean world. Her worship spanned an impressive time period from around the third millennium BCE up . . . → Read More: The Transformation of a Goddess
By Anna Lind Borgþórsdóttir
Abstract: The Old English epic Beowulf is under discussion in this essay and the idea of the truth embedded in the poem. As no concrete evidence exists on the provenance of the poem, its authorship, date or truth of content, all statements from published writers on the subject are mere conjectures. . . . → Read More: Beowulf: A Heroic Tale of Fact or Fiction?
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[Snip] A new book called Hedge Witchcraft, by Harmonia Saille, author of Walking the Faery Pathway, attempts to explain exactly what a hedge witch does, and how anyone with the willingness to learn can follow in the hedge witch’s footsteps to learn her craft.
Publisher Moon Books says about the book on . . . → Read More: Hedge Witchcraft, by Harmonia Saille