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This informative guide discusses the history, myths, customs, lore, and traditions associated with the eight Pagan holidays. More than merely a listing of activities for each holiday, this examination explains the origins and symbolism of the Sabbats and why they are celebrated. The literary quality of the essays, coupled with the comprehensive knowledge of folklore, has made this book a perennial favorite.

Topics: Witches, Paganism, Holidays, Rituals, Informative, and Essays

Published: Acorn Guild Press an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781936863709
List price: $9.99
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