Visit my biographical page.
Thought you might like this link:
I am seeking fellow lovers of Mother Earth. As a Pagan Priestess I am fighting my 3rd (hopefully final) battle with the State of Wisconsin and the Department of Corrections. I encourage you to please read the following Link explaining what is happening… Thank you. Brightest of Blessings
Chaplain Jamyi Witch
You should credit images, especially when they are (c):
Thanks. That Flickr site is not where I found it, however.
Originally, the blurb on Michael Witzel’s book was longer:
“Not since Frazer’s Golden Bough, not since Casaubon’s Key to All Mythologies, has anyone achieved such a grand synthesis of world mythology. Boldly swimming upstream against the present scholarly emphasis on difference and context, Witzel assembles massive evidence for a single, prehistoric, Ur-mythology. An astonishing book”
Casaubon is, of course, a character in Middlemarch. Surely you have correctly interpreted Doniger’s meaning. It seems that OUP may not have, in time. The Casaubon reference was on Amazon, but has been edited out without ellipses! I wonder what the text is on the physical book! Surely Witzel himself must have seen the blurbs in advance of publication.
Chas – Since Google is killing its Reader I’m moving all of my RSS feeds to Yahoo. However, when I try to copy and paste your URL Yahoo will not accept it and when I try to click on the RSS feed icon on your site it comes up with a page of html code. Can you perhaps look at your blog site and see what’s going on with the RSS link?
Thanks a million – I don’t want to lose the feed to your blog.
Not sure how to contact you except by this method. Saw this today, May 12, 2013, on Time’s website: http://lightbox.time.com/2013/05/10/pictures-of-the-week-may-3-may-10/#4
Really got excited because this is where my Grandfather was from. I knew that he practiced “double religion” (dvoeverie) but I had no idea it was still being practiced! Unfortunately, my die-hard Polish Catholic Grandmother put a stop to his practices as she called them, “blasphemy”.
Anyhow… Thought you’d be interested in this link.
Oh… here’s another link to this. http://www.reuters.com/news/pictures/slideshow?articleId=USRTR2M1IA#a=1
Yurya, or St. George, was the Christian version of Perun (slavic), Perkunas (Lithuanian), Thor (Germanic). The iconagraphy is typical Indo-European version of a sky god slaying the “monster”, like Illuyanka being killed by Tarhunt. In the slavic case, it’s Veles, the god of the underworld by killed by Perun. Here’s a link to from 8th Century CE Croatia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Perun_i_Veles.JPG
Great photos — thanks for the links.
I wanted to post a comment to your review of The Wizard and the Witch but it no longer seems open to comments.
I just wanted to point out that Llewellyn has been increasingly interested in biographies in recent years; TW&TW is just the latest in the series, not the first. If you go back to 2009 we published a dual biography titled Aleister Crowley and Dion Fortune: The Logos of the Aeon and the Shakti of the Age. If you’re curious in learning more about East Coast Wicca in the late ’70s and ’80s, some insights on Isaac Bonewits, the rise of festival culture, etc., then I’d point you to Deborah Lipp’s memoir, Merry Meet Again: Lessons, Life & Love on the Path of a Wiccan High Priestess, which came out exactly a year before Oberon’s book.
If these are received well by the community we’ll continue to publish them – I’m already in talks with certain other Pagan leaders interested in writing more autobiographical, and less how-to, material.
Thanks so much for the review and getting the word out! I hope others enjoy the book as well! 🙂
Senior Acquisitions Editor, Llewellyn Worldwide
Elysia, I’ll write to you by email.
Just came across your blog today, Chas. It’s been a while since we’ve been in touch–hope all is well with you. I enjoyed the paper on Sappho and was interested by the references to Witzel, since I was very impressed by his book as well.
Hope our paths cross again soon!
Just to let you know that Religion Watch, a newsletter monitoring trends in contemporary religion, is now open access, published by the Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor University. The issues up to Jan. 2016 are online, with the archives of 20 years worth of issues to be up soon. I would appreciate it if you could announce or list RW in you links. Thanks– Richard Cimino
Dear Sir, my name is Robert and I live in the Kansas City area and attended an event you were scheduled to speak at and Mama E put on a Spectacular Cleansing and Disrupted Your Attendance. Sir, I was led to this event Via Pathways of ? To speak with you specifically and when I finally heard you had cancelled I accepted and Enjoyed the Weekend… First time I had attended an event. Went on my own and came back with a Loving Family…!Blessed Experience of Joyful Power. Dear sir, the topics of that day’s discussion and your name still beckons and hence my post. Is there a way to contact you for further discussions?
Just published a review of your excellent book:
I just took your survey online, and I am incredibly interested in reading the results (and curious about the consensus of the various questions). Could I possibly be directed to a site where it is or will be uploaded? Thanks, blessed be!
The survey owner’s contact info is in the blog post itself, at the bottom.
I just wanted to thank you for the piece on Ed Steinbrecher, and DOME. I, too, attended many seminars at the house on Garlock Way, and spent many Sunday evenings enjoying the potluck dinners with Ed, David, and Stephen. David’s tarot classes were the first serious study of the cards that I ever did, and I’m using his notes and handouts in my current study. Your reminiscence has inspired me to pick up The Inner Guide Meditation again. Thank you.
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