Magickware\’s Pagan Book Reviews

March 18, 2003

Devoted to You: Honoring Deity in Wiccan Practice

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Honoring Deity in Wiccan PracticeDevoted to You: Honoring Deity in Wiccan Practice
By Judy Harrow, Alexei Kondratiev, Geoffrey W. Miller, Maureen Reddington-Wilde
Citadel Press (Kensington Publishing Corp.)

Get four books for the price of one. That’s what you have here. This book is for the more advanced Wiccan. Divided into four chapters, one written by each of the authors, you get an in-depth overview of one of four deities. Anibus, Brigit, Aphrodite and Gaia are all focused on in the Turning of the Year.

Ms. Harrow wrote the introduction (and conclusion). In which she explains that she hopes the readers will use this book as a template to focus on their own deity of choice.

Chapters each have their own unique feel. The things they have in common are a wealth of knowledge on the God or Goddess they are devoted to exploring. Correspondences, rituals, meditations and stories grace the pages of each chapter. I learned a lot about each deity that I hadn’t known before.

This book is not for the faint of heart or those looking for some light reading. There were many times when I had to reread a passage to get the full meaning out of it. References to other writings are footnoted. Each chapter ends with a list of resources for additional study. There are songs, poetry and maps, as well as photography included in the book’s pages.

If you are ready to bring your connection to God and Goddess to the next level, this book is for you. Expect to do some work, this book is for the serious Wiccan student.

Reprinted with permission. Original printing Elements Magazine


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