Aradia Or The Gospel Of The Witches
When a wizard, a worshipper of Diana, one who worships the Moon, desires the love of a woman, he can change her into the form of a dog, when she, forgetting who she is, and all things besides, will at once come to his house, and there, when by him, take on again her natural form and remain with him.
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Review: Aradia: Gospel of the WitchesUser Review - Davin Raincloud - Goodreads
I don't see this book being very popular with many pagans. It's revered by 'some' witches, who find inspiration in it's poetic tale. Too many pagans these days are too literal to enjoy what I consider ... Read full review
Review: Aradia: Gospel of the WitchesUser Review - Dreya Taylor - Goodreads
Quick read. Writing a review would be like attempting to critique The Odyssey, or the Eddas. Read full review