Given the lurid connotations Neo-Paganism has acquired... Drawing Down the Moon is a healthy corrective. (The New York Times Book Review)
Margot Adler has been a radio producer and journalist since 1968, pioneering live, free-form talk shows on religion, politics, women's issues, and ecology. She lectures on the subject of Paganism and Earth-centered traditions and leads workshops on the art of ritual, celebration, and song. She is currently the New York Bureau Chief for National Public Radio as well as a well-known correspondent on NPR's All Things Considered. Her most recent book is Heretic's Heart: A Journey Through Spirit and Revolution.
Greatest book on modern and historical paganism/witches/wicca. She really did her research and this book shows it! Great read!Published 24 days ago by Jonathan Berry
Very well written explanation of (all the different kinds of) Paganism in today's world.Published 2 months ago by Amanda Walton-Lopez
I feel like there is a lot of great information in this book but the writing style is very dry. I have had this book for a while and shockingly I have only made it to chapter 3. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Chocolate Addict
YES ITS A REALLY GOOD BOOK, BUT DIFFICULTY TO READ SOMETIMES.Published 4 months ago by mollie A. Phillips
Even though this book was written decades ago, much of this is still applicable for the modern Pagan or scholar. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
This is a really the most completed book of history of the WICCA and Witchcraft on the Market. It is good to know the Roots and the new development of the religion on the west and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by E. Merced-santiago