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Queen of the Night.

Queen Of The Night

Sharynne MacLeod NicMhacha

Weiser Books

c/o Red Wheel/Weiser

368 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210

www.redwheelweiser.com

1578632846 $24.95 1-800-423-7087

Writer, musician, member of the Celtic band "The Moors" and practicing Pagan Sharynne NicMhacha presents Queen Of The Night: Rediscovering The Celtic Moon Goddess presents legends of Celtic moon mythology in thirteen chapters, structured to represent the moon's thirteen monthly and annual cycles. Meditations, ceremonies, and exercises to help one connect with the Moon and become in tune with its power in everyday life. As much a transformational book for the self as it is a discussion of how the Moon has been perceived since British and Irish prehistory, Queen Of The Night discusses both astronomical and spiritual manners in layman's terms. A readily accessible and welcome contribution to new age literature and reference.
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