Re: [PathoftheCraft] Question for you all
- There's a great book, though I don't own it, entitled "Pagan Christmas". I looked through it while at Borders once. Great pictures, deals directly with the pagan roots of Christmas. If I weren't aware of most the info contained, I'd probably own it. But, it's the best book of that kind I've come accross for sure. Sorry, not sure on the author, but that's the title.~Alisha
Raymond Wolfe <raymond.wolfe@...> wrote:Hey guys,
I was wondering what, in your experience, is the best book on your shelves dealing with the pagan roots of holidays such as Christmas/Yule or Easter/Ostara?
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- Actually Ashlar most likely, but mebbe some others.
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