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Vol 12, No 1 (2010)

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Table of Contents


Franz Sättler (Dr. Musallam) and the Twentieth-Century Cult of Adonism PDF
Hans Thomas Hakl 4-19
Walk Like an Egyptian: Egypt as Authority in Aleister Crowley’s Reception of The Book of the Law PDF
Caroline Tully 20-47
On the Pagan Parallax: A Sociocultural Exploration of the Tension between Eclecticism and Traditionalism as Observed among Dutch Wiccans PDF
Léon van Gulik 49-70

Special Section: Idolatry and Materiality

Re-examining “Idolatry” in Pagan Studies PDF
Chas S. Clifton 71-73
Idolatry, Ecology, and the Sacred as Tangible PDF
Michael York 74-93
Response to Michael York’s “Idolatry, Ecology and the Sacred as Tangible” PDF
Mogg Morgan 94-95
Pagans and Things: Idolatry or Materiality? PDF
Amy Whitehead 96-102
Idolatry, Paganism, and Trust in Nature PDF
Bron Taylor 103-108

Book Reviews

Dave Evans and Dave Green eds Ten Years of Triumph of the Moon (Bristol UK : Hidden Publishing, 2009), 230 pp., $22.50 (pb) PDF
Samuel Eldon Wagar 109-110
Constance Wise, Hidden Circles in the Web: Feminist Wicca, Occult Knowledge, and Process Thought (Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press, 2008), 152 pp., $65.00 (cloth), $26.95 (paperback). PDF
Paul Reid-Bowen 111-113
de Angeles, Ly, Emma Restall Orr and Thom van Dooren, eds, Pagan Visions for a Sustainable Future (Woodbury, MN: Llewellyn Publications, 2005), 312 pp., $17.95 (paperback). PDF
Leland Glenna 114-117
Tyr: Myth-Culture-Tradition, Volumes 1 (2002), 2 (2003-04), and 3 (2007-08), ULTRA Publishing, Atlanta, Georgia. PDF
Michael Strmiska 118-121
David Waldron & Christopher Reeve, Shock! The Black Dog of Bungay (, London:, Hidden Publishing, 2010), 142 pp ., illustrated, photographs, bibliography ISBN 978 0 9555237 7 9 $16.99 (paperback). PDF
Dave Evans 122-123

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