Even within Paganism, the Church of All Worlds stands out: inspired by science fiction and led by a practicing wizard.
Printing Errors: Printing first error object from list of errors Error code: NoResults Error message: No results found for your request. Printing Errors: Printing first error object from list of errors Error code: NoResults Error message: No results found for your request. 9781803410630
Radiant Circles is an examination of both Ecospirituality and the Church of all Worlds, a specific NeoPagan organisation inspired by a science fiction novel and founded by Oberon Zell, a practicing Wizard. The book ranges widely in its historical, cultural and theological exploration of the Church and discusses its role and place as both as a unique Neo-Pagan and futurist New Religious Movement.
Click on the circles below to see more reviews
As the first religious organization ever to self-identify as “Pagan,” promoting that identity to a nascent coalition of religious organizations emerging in the late 1960s, the Church of All Worlds has had a unique and powerful influence in shaping, defining, and fostering what has become one of the fastest-growing religious movements of modern times. Alder Moonoak’s Radiant Circles provides an in-depth ethnographic analysis of the foundational beliefs, practices, worldview, ethos, vision and history that have inspired, seeded and infused a significant global spiritual community of “green religion.” I am proud to endorse this work. Oberon Zell, Founder and Primate, Church of All Worlds ~ Oberon Zell, Founder and Primate, Church of All Worlds