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  • Barby2883
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    There is also information on:

    www.digitalbookindex.com -this site has books from various sources including sacred scripts and Cornell. Under both religion and witchcraft. Includes persecution, myths and fables, and other dated texts (some of which are actually n.d. or not dated) the oldest I've seen so far is
    The Hieroglyphic Monad ["24 theorems intended to condense occult knowledge into a single symbol"]dated 1564 London. which was found at Nortonsimperim

    Also if you look around www.scribd.com you can find herbal books, Lucid dreaming books, and tons more.

    Thank you all for the links to other sources!!!!

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  • KC Destroyer of Worlds
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    A great explanation of the Pentagram/cle. - An article that traces this common Wiccan ideograph.

    (Thanks Terra Matter!)

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  • KC Destroyer of Worlds
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    Guided Meditations

    This is actually from the New Pagan's FAQ, a group of members posting links to guided meditation sites.

    Have fun, and happy meditating!

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  • green aventurine
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    Not quite sure exactly what this is - I stumbled across it when I was reading up on Dion Fortune - but there seems to be more links than you can shake a stick at it (if that's how you like behaving towards links ):

    http://www.dmoz.org/Society/Religion...tuality/Pagan/

    http://www.dmoz.org/Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/

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  • KC Destroyer of Worlds
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    Circle casting and basic ritual

    http://www.glasstemple.com/basics/in...onjure=circles - basic instructions on the hows and whys of circle casting

    http://www.sacred-texts.com/pag/gbos/gbos00.htm - From the Garnerian Book of Shadows. A more, erm.. formal interpretation of circle casting.

    http://solitarypractises.scriptmania...le_casting.htm - A non-pantheon specific casting ritual, as well as general description of the concept of circle casting.

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  • KC Destroyer of Worlds
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    Empathy

    Great discussion on Empathy.

    If you feel like you can sense the emotions of others check out the Empathic Bunker.

    You can get some great advice as well as a helping hand when you are feeling overwhelmed.

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  • KC Destroyer of Worlds
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    Thanks GA! I had no idea that Sacred-texts was so comprehensive. I dug around a bit when Rowan Darkmoon posted the main site last night but didn't go to in depth. I really appreciate you adding things.

    The Gutenburg site is great for general research as well. So is the Upenn Online Library.

    It has tons of open source resources available.
    Last edited by KC Destroyer of Worlds; September 13th, 2009, 01:22 AM.

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  • green aventurine
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    Some more bits and pieces for your sticky, KC:

    Internet book of shadows off sacred texts website:

    This is a large (+9Mb) collection of articles related to Neo-Paganism which can be found archived at a number of FTP sites (for instance, here). This is a collection of posts to bulletin boards from the late eighties to the mid nineties, essentially predating the modern Internet. According to a recent communication, the original editor of this archive was Durwydd mac Tara at PODS net. We acknowledge Durwydd's hard work to preserve this archive.
    http://www.sacred-texts.com/bos/index.htm


    Project Guttenberg free e-texts [the links are in order - religion, folklore, mythology, anthropology]:

    http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Catego...gion_Bookshelf

    http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Folklore_%28Bookshelf%29

    http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Mythology_%28Bookshelf%29

    http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Anthro...28Bookshelf%29

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  • green aventurine
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    This website is our humble effort at making occult knowledge more accessible to those who are ready for it. By collecting and sharing free occult, esoteric, magick and metaphysical ebooks and software that can be found all over the World Wide Web in one place, we hope to make the learning process much easier and more enjoyable. It is our fervent desire that you be able to find what you are looking for within these pages, or, at the very least, be pointed in the right direction on your quest for occult knowledge and wisdom.

    http://www.occult-underground.com/

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  • KC Destroyer of Worlds
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    One persons take on a new pagan's path.

    http://www.paganspath.com/getstart.htm - A "begin at the beginning" type of page. Lists hardcopy references, some of which are open source.
    Last edited by KC Destroyer of Worlds; September 13th, 2009, 01:23 AM.

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  • KC Destroyer of Worlds
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    Originally posted by Rowan Darkmoon View Post
    This web-site is one of the most fantastic resources I've ever found...

    http://www.sacred-texts.com/

    They have many divisions, including one for early Neopagan/Wiccan works which includes works in full by Gardner, Murray, Leland, Graves, Frazer, etc... If you want to read some of the old stuff, check here.

    http://www.sacred-texts.com/pag/index.htm
    Great links, thanks Rowan Darkmoon!

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  • KC Destroyer of Worlds
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    BoS! Some links to peruse.

    http://www.mothteeth.com/bookmaking/ - Detailed and illustrated instructions on how to create a simple hard cover book. With some modification you can have sections that are removable or expandable. Perfect for the personalized hand-written BoS.

    http://gort.ucsd.edu/preseduc/papermak.htm - basic recycled paper making tutorial. With photo guide.

    http://www.papermaking.net/ - A blog on paper making. Good read if you are looking for terms for search leads.

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    This web-site is one of the most fantastic resources I've ever found...

    http://www.sacred-texts.com/

    They have many divisions, including one for early Neopagan/Wiccan works which includes works in full by Gardner, Murray, Leland, Graves, Frazer, etc... If you want to read some of the old stuff, check here.

    http://www.sacred-texts.com/pag/index.htm

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  • KC Destroyer of Worlds
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    How To: The CoT Archives - An example of how to search the CoT archives.

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  • KC Destroyer of Worlds
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    http://www.paganlibrary.com/introductory/glossary.php - A glossary of terms in pagan/ Wiccan ritual. Please do not take these terms as rote! They may not apply to certain paths, but are for the most part, and for general use correct. If you have any questions about the definitions posted, feel free to use the search function to see if it's already been discussed. Or to create a thread and ask about the definition in question.

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