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Glastonbury Tor>> Avalonia is an independent esoteric publisher based in Glastonbury (UK), specialising in the history of magic and religion,  folk magic,  the history of ancient Gods and Goddesses and other esoteric / occult subjects.
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NEW SPRING 2016!

Buddhafield Dharma: Practicing Buddhism on the Land.   Drawing inspiration from the classic Buddhist Mahayana text the Vimalakirti Nirdesa, Buddhafield aspires to be first and foremost a “field of living beings” – but also, of “high resolve, virtuous application, generosity, tolerance, meditation, wisdom”, and much more.  Find out more…Buddhafield Dharma - Practising Buddhism on the Land - Buddhafield Festival and other events - a collection of essays, insights, history and practical advice !

Epona: Hidden Goddess of the Celts by P.D. Mackenzie CookEpona: Hidden Goddess of the Celts by P.D. MacKenzie Cook reflects the importance of gender in ancient religion, and the author explores the primacy of the Feminine through Epona’s sovereignty as Horse Goddess among the Celts; her identity as “Mistress of Animals” in her love affairs and working relationships, and the surprising role she apparently played in the ancient Greek and Roman Mysteries. Find out more…

The Square and the Circle: the Influences of Freemasonry on Wicca and Paganism, by Payam NabarzThe Square and the Circle by Payam Nabarz explores the influences of Freemasonry on Wicca and Paganism. It reviews the literature of the history of Wicca with especial reference to its links with Freemasonry, demonstrating their surprisingly close historical affiliations.  In addition the links between Freemasonry, Druidry, Sufism, and other modern Pagan movements are also examined.  Find out more …


Other Recent Publications:

icelandicmagic (3)Icelandic Magic: Aims, Tools, and Techniques of the Icelandic Sorcerers by Christopher Alan Smith .  In this unprecedented work, the author Christopher A. Smith has meticulously studied no less than 6 original Icelandic manuscripts dating from 1500 to 1860 to extract a picture of the aims, tools and techniques of Icelandic sorcerers.
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lynbaylis_winemaking_mock13Homemade Wine for Seasonal Celebrations by Lyn Baylis.  In an age where people are rediscovering the value of traditional home crafts, the spiritual aspects of wine-making, as an alchemy of personal discovery, are richly illustrated through the folklore of the bountiful harvest available to us all when we explore our countryside and distil its essences.  In this small volume the author shares her experience and passion for winemaking with readers, guiding them through recipes using seasonal ingredients. 
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Independent Publishers of books on Magic, Folklore and Spirituality