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Pagan Visions for a Sustainable Future Paperback – September 8, 2005
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About the Author
Ly (pronounced lî) de Angeles was first published in 1987, and she has had six books released worldwide to date. She has an international reputation as a psychic, teaches and lectures on many associated subjects, is an exponent of several martial arts and, currently, is an accredited Sensei in the art of Iaido, the Japanese art of the sword.
Ly's main area of study over the past twenty years has been the history of the usurpation of indigenous people through invasion and subsequent colonization (mainly since the Roman Empire) and the history and mythology of Ireland and Britain in particular. She is known to be very outspoken on matters pertaining to the sustainability and guardianship of Earth and the rights of all species to self-determination.
Ly has three adult children and a strong magical clan. She has lived in Byron Bay, Australia for the past 14 years. An initiated witch for over thirty years, she is High Priestess of the Coven of WildWood Gate.Emma (aka Bobcat) is the head of The Druid Network and former Joint Chief of the British Druid Order, priestess, author, poet, and singer. She is the author of many books on Druidry and ritual, as well as two collections of poetry. Emmas has also had numerous articles published in Pagan and Druid journals around the world.
~ Working toward a Ph.D. at the Australian National University, Thom van Dooren (Australia) is researching philosophical and political issues in modern food production.
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Thom van Dooren was the one star with interesting ideas and good writing.
Instead it is a collection of very highbrow, esoteric essays by various well-known pagan authors. I found it to be very dry reading and at times I was wondering what the essays had to do with a sustainable future. Take a look at the table of contents...essays like "The Ethics of Paganism: The Value and Power of Sacred Relationships" and "The Sacred Art of Communication" while worthwhile, in my opinion do not belong in a book about building a sustainable future.
If you like scholarly works and enjoyed reading your college textbooks you might like this.