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I am going to focus mainly on the last chapter. But let me say a few words on the quotes Murray gives from the witch trials.
Bunk, bunk, bunk. Read more
This book is enchanting and expands the realm of possibilities beyond the confinements of what is currently found acceptable by "the masses". Read morePublished 16 months ago by mycogoddess
Murray does a tremendous service to Human Sciences in this book by examining the historical documentations of those who held fast to their religous/spiritual beliefs through the... Read morePublished 19 months ago by KimW
At first glance, this reads like a PH dissertation with footnotes and sources. It wanders from subject to subject without any real closure from the last subject, as if the reader... Read morePublished 20 months ago by John Claire
This is a great book and I'm shocked that some of the reviews are so critical. This book examines the paganism which lingered on after Christianity began in Europe. Read morePublished on November 3, 2011 by Christopher Younan
Raven Starhawk Cunningham? Are you kidding me? Clearly, the monikor they have chosen shows they want their name to come up in searchs online and on Amazon so that you will buy... Read morePublished on July 29, 2011 by Garnet
Chapter 2 ends in the middle of a sentence.
The illustrations are not included.
A complete version of the book is available free on the Internet.
This book gives answers to where the myths came from. Its a must for anyone that truly wants to know our history without the attitudes that interfere with true understanding.Published on June 22, 2009 by Brian MacBride
Most of the sources are taken directly from the inquisitors. What other information contained is based more on conjecture than science as we know it. Read morePublished on October 3, 2008 by Adam L. Powers