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    Book Review: The Occult Sylvia Plath – The Hidden Spiritual Life of the Visionary Poet by Julia Gordon-Bramer

    Book Cover for The Occult Sylvia Plath by Julia Gordon Bramer

    By: Kimberly Anne Thank you to paganpages.org, Julia Gordon-Bramer (for this wonderful book) and to the publisher Destinybooks.com! And of course, the always beloved – Sylvia Plath. By delving into Sylvia Plath’s obscure interests and how they shaped her work, Julia Gordon-Bramer‘s “The Occult Sylvia Plath – The Hidden Spiritual Life of the Visionary Poet” uncovers previously unknown facets of the poet’s life. Gordon-Bramer explores Plath’s interest in astrology, tarot, and other mystical traditions, looking at how these ideas show up in her writing. The author looks into how Plath’s fascination with the occult influenced her perspective on life and enhanced the profundity of her creative compositions. It presents Plath…

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    Book Review: Norse Mysticism – An Exploration of Viking Traditions and Magical Practices by Disa Forvitin

    Book Cover for Norse Mysticism by Disa Forvitin

    Book Review: Norse Mysticism – An Exploration of Viking Traditions and Magical Practices by Disa Forvitin  By: Kimberly Anne I never thought a little book would bring me so much joy! I’m lying. I live for books. I just really like this one. This book was released earlier this year and thanks to PaganPages.org, the publisher, Wellfleet Press, and author of the book; I got my hands on a copy. The light lavender color of the cover instantly attracted me as did the title. They say not to judge a book by the cover, but with this one, I simply couldn’t help it. Disa Forvitin, the author, has created an…

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    GoodGod!

    Meet the Gods: Krishna     Krishna is a major deity in Hinduism, one of the most popular and widely revered. He is worshipped as the eighth incarnation or avatar of Lord Vishnu and also as the supreme God in his own right. He is the god of love, compassion and tenderness. Hindu mythology portrays him as a prankster, gentle lover, universal supreme being and child-like God. People consider Krishna their leader, hero, protector, philosopher, teacher and friend all in one.     He’s influenced Indian life and culture – not only its religion and philosophy, but also its folklore, painting, sculptures, literature, music, dance, poetry, and mysticism. He is…