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The Triumph of the Moon - A History of Modern Pagan Witchcraft

The Triumph of the Moon - A History of Modern Pagan Witchcraft
Borító: Ragasztott
ISBN: 9780198870371
Nyelv: angol
Méret: 135*216
Oldalszám: 544
Megjelenés éve: 2021
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The Triumph of the Moon - A History of Modern Pagan Witchcraft

Modern pagan witchcraft is arguably the only fully-formed religion England has given the world, and has now spread across four continents.

This second edition of The Triumph of the Moon extensively revises the first full-scale scholarly study of modern pagan witchcraft. Ronald Hutton examines the nature and development of this religion, and offers a history of attitudes to witchcraft, paganism and magic in British society since 1800. Its pages reveal village cunning folk, Victorian ritual magicians, classicists and archaeologists, leaders of woodcraft and scouting movements, Freemasons, and members of rural secret societies. We also find some of the leading figures of English literature, from the Romantic poets to W. B. Yeats, D. H. Lawrence and Robert Graves, as well as the main personalities who have represented pagan witchcraft to the public world since 1950. Thriller writers like Dennis Wheatley, and films and television programmes, get similar coverage, as does tabloid journalism. The material is by its nature often sensational, and care is taken throughout to distinguish fact from fantasy, in a manner not previously applied to most of the stories involved.

Meticulously researched, The Triumph of the Moon presents an authoritative insight into an aspect of modern cultural history which has attracted sensational publicity but has hitherto been little understood. This edition incorporates new research carried out by the author as well as research by others who have been inspired by this book over the twenty years since its first publication.

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgements
Macrocosm
1:Finding a Language
2:Finding a Goddess
3:Finding a God
4:Finding a Structure
5:Finding a High Magic
6:Finding a Low Magic
7:Finding a Folklore
8:Finding a Witchcraft
9:Matrix
10:God (and Goddess) Parents
Microcosm
11:Gerald Gardner
12:Gerald's People
13:The Wider Context: Hostility
14:The Wider Context: Reinforcement
15:Old Craft, New Craft
16:The Man in Black
17:Royalty from the North
18:Uncle Sam and the Goddess
19:Coming of Age
20:Grandchildren of the Shadows
Notes
Index

Ronald Hutton is senior Professor of History at the University of Bristol, and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, the Society of Antiquaries, the Learned Society of Wales, and the British Academy. He is the historian on the board of trustees which runs English Heritage, and chair of the Blue Plaques panel which awards commemorative plaques to historic buildings. He has published sixteen books and eighty-one essays on a wide range of subjects including British history between 1400 and 1700, ancient and modern paganism in Britain, the British ritual year, and Siberian shamanism. His previous publications include Rise and Fall of Merry England (OUP 1994), Stations of the Sun (OUP 1996; current ed. 2001), and The Witch: A History of Fear from Ancient Times to the Present (Yale University Press 2017).





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