Rites of Worship: A Neopagan Approach

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New Age World Publishing, 2003 - Neopaganism - 288 pages
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"Rites of Worship" is the essential source book for creating and conducting public ceremonies and worship services in the Neopagan style. This much-needed guide, the first of its kind, is rich with the author's thirty-five years of experience as a ritual leader, served up with the inimitable Bonewits style and wit.Whether your group is large or small - or whatever religious tradition you practice - you'll find this volume filled with indispensable how-to (and how-not-to) tips of value to both the aspiring and seasoned practitioner alike.

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Isaac Bonewits is North America's leading expert on ancient and modern Druidism, Witchcraft and the rapidly growing Earth Religions movement. A practicing Neopagan priest, scholar, teacher, bard and polytheologian for over thirty-five years, he has coined much of the vocabulary and articulated many of the issues that have shaped what some have called the fastest growing religious movement in the world, with opinions both playful and controversial. Isaac Bonewits has led public rituals in the Berkeley, California hills, in Unitarian Universalist chapels and gardens, at the American Stonehenge during a total eclipse of the sun, and at the Thomas Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC, with groups ranging from dozens to thousands of participants.

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