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This Ancient Heart: Landscape, Ancestor, Self

This Ancient Heart: Landscape, Ancestor, Self

This Ancient Heart brings together leading spiritual and academic thinkers in order to explore the threefold relationship between landscape, ancestor, and self

This Ancient Heart: Landscape, Ancestor, Self

This Ancient Heart brings together leading spiritual and academic thinkers in order to explore the threefold relationship between landscape, ancestor, and self

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Oct 30, 2015
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Nature (general), Paganism & neo-paganism, Spirituality

Synopsis

13 authors explore the threefold relationship between the landscape, the ancestors and ourselves. By focussing upon the essentials that shape Pagan and Heathen identity, this book reveals the connective pathways where beliefs, actions and metaphors lead to dynamic, practical and spiritual lives.
Contributors:
Penny Billington (Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids); Dr. Jenny Blain (Former Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Sheffield Hallam); Paul Davies (Quaker, Independent Druid) Introduction and Editor; Prof. Camelia Elias. (Roskilde University); Prof. Graham Harvey (Reader in Religious Studies OU) Foreword; Sarah Hollingham MSc res. (Geographer, Quaker & Mother); Prof. Ronald Hutton (University of Bristol) Afterword; David Loxley (Chief of Ancient Druid Order); Caitlin Matthews (Teacher and author) Joint Editor; Emma Restall Orr (Author); Philip Shallcrass (Chief of British Druid Order); Prof. Robert Wallis (University of Richmond, London); Dr. Luzie U. Wingen (Quantitative Geneticist at the John Innes Centre).
This Ancient Heart is essential reading for people with an interest in earth spirituality, our shared ancestors, sacred landscapes, shamanism, anthropology, archaeology, religion and heritage studies.

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