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Horns of Power: Manifestations of the Horned God: An anthology of essays exploring the Horned Gods of myth and folklore, ancient history through to modern times Kindle Edition

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As it is this anthology is a brave attempt ... to bring Himself back into neo-pagan conciousness - The Cauldron
It has certainly led me off in a few interesting directions -Music for Torching
well worth a read and discussing here further - Celtic Myth Podshow
The experiences are both unique and universal, appealing to one and all - Mike Gleason

About the Author

Sorita d'Este is an esoteric researcher, author and Priestess who manifests her knowledge and passion for the Mysteries through her work.   She is best known for her research and work related to the Goddess Hekate, as well as for her ability to push at the boundaries of esoteric research and practice through her workshops, lectures and writing. Her areas of expertise include Celtic mythology and history, British and European Folklore and the magical and religious practices the Greco-Egyptian world.  
Horns of Power was the result of her work within the contemporary Pagan and alternative spiritual communities and brings together the work of a variety of people - some of them academics and scholars, others simply individuals with a passion for the subject they wrote on.  When this project was started back in 2007 there were very few books on the subject of the Horned God and very few people willing and able to write or share their experiences about these beings - but things are changing, and the balance is being restored between the mysteries of the Moon and Earth, and the wild passion of the Horned God. 

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  • File Size: 1078 KB
  • Print Length: 205 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1905297173
  • Publisher: Avalonia; Kindle edition September 2014 edition (December 31, 2011)
  • Publication Date: December 31, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006S84FGS
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By LunaNoire on March 27, 2010
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With a distinct lack of books about the Pagan God, the Divine Masculine, this book is long overdue.

An anthology of various aspects and guises of the Horn'd God, impregnanted with artwork, poetry and photographs, makes this book a joy to read.

Common and not so common Gods are mentioned, each author themselves allowing their own passion and desire for their choosen subject to be heard.

I am onto my third copy of this book as previous copies find other homes due to not only the lack of books on this topic but the high standard of articles this book presents in itself.

Definite a must for anyone walking a Pagan, and in particular a Wiccan, path who is seeking balance between the Divine Masculine and the Divine Feminine.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Aisha on March 12, 2012
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I used to be a Christian (shocker I know), when I left I sought the Craft because there was a Divine Feminine, something totally missing in the patriarchal traditions. Like many of those who are refugees from the heavy handed and jealous God; I found it hard to look to the Divine Masculine the way I embraced the Divine Feminine, and for that reason I found it especially hard to reconcile or even work with the male energies within the Craft. Obviously knowing this the God stepped back and allowed me to grow in my understanding of myself and my faith in the Goddess before stepping back into my life.

As I have grown in the Craft I noticed that the God has taken on a stronger role in my life. One of my Patrons who came looking for me was Anubis, of the Kemetic tradition. Since the Kemetic tradition is based mostly on academic research and the left over tales, legends, myths, rituals and actually written texts of Egypt, there is plenty of information on which to base my practice on. I am also heavily influenced by the Celtic traditions, and was fascinated by Herne, here however there wasn't as much.
When I realized I was comfortable working with the male energy I went seeking to understand the Horned God and discovered that unlike the deluge of books dedicated to the Goddess in all her guises, and traditions very few were written on the God. The few that were written were directed at men in the craft. That left me with very little to fall back on or to even guide me in my workings with Him.

I recently was told about this book being offered by amazon for kindle for free and i went ahead and downloaded it. It sat on my pc for a few weeks until I got an android phone and downloaded the kindle app there. That was probably one of my better decisions.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Cranow on February 15, 2012
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One of my first exposures to the horned God was back in my high school days when I was doing my first magical working. Cernunnos was the deity I invoked. I loved that oil I bought as well. Since then I have been hooked. In modern times not much is known about the horned God or other horned spirits for that matter. Authors David Rankine have compiled an excellent collection of article that not only give the reader a broader view of the horned gods but also they go into appreciable depth.

In Europe among the Gauls there were statues of a horned God with variations in the name Cernunnos. One said Ernunno,Caronos. Some of the inscription were in Latin of Greek.Statues to Cernunnos are found all across Europe stretching all the way to Central Europe. There were even shrines to him found in Northern Italy. The horns represented robustness, virility, assertiveness, power and strength. It also represented royalty. In modern.paganism the horned God is often associated with sun and solar qualities. But look at the horns carefully sometimes they even represent the crescent moon. Horns have a lunar aspect as well. In many pantheon's the lunar gods are masculine.

Anyone familiar with the different forms of Paganism will realize that Cernunnos is not the only horned God. Let us not forget Pan,Aries or Dionysus. When Romans came to Europe they came across other horned deities as well. Cernunnos was at first identified with Mercury.Julios Cesar equated him with Jupiter. The other horned Gods found in.Northern England were conflated with Aries.

Sorita gives a full glossary of Egyptian Horned Gods and Goddesses. David Rankine goes into depth on Pan. Not only gods are discussed but so are those mischievious Puccas and unicorns.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Merissa (Archaeolibrarian) on March 4, 2014
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What an amazing book!

This, as you may already be aware, is a collection of different people's thoughts, meditations, dreams and meetings with the Horned God. As you read through each story you will travel the world, from Crete to Egypt to the wilds of Wales to London. Each story is as individual as the author and I loved every one of them, although I admit that I read the ones about Egypt and Crete with a mostly detached but isn't this informative kind of air.

The Horned God that I love, the one that has fascinated me all of my life is Cernunnos, the Lord of the Forest and the Wild Animals. For me, one of the best stories in the book was A Quest For Horns by Stephen Blake, and not only because he mentions Robin of Sherwood which still remains a favourite of mine!

Unfortunately, as people begin looking at Paganism to see if it is right for them, they usually tend to favour the Goddess only as they are usually changing from a patriarchal religion. This may work for a while but you need balance, and the Horned God is part of the equation!

If you have any interest in Herne the Hunter, Cernunnos, Pan or Puck then this is the book for you.

"Above me and around me he roared and I, like the mouse, curled up, safe, secure and loved by this storm of rage; the emotional and physical pain that had engulfed me fled before his terrible gaze and I fell asleep. The rage of the Horned God is mighty indeed, but the love and blessings he bestows are greater still."

(October 2012)
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