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

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Contents xv
  • Macrocosm 1
  • 1: Finding a Language 3
  • 2: Finding a Goddess 32
  • 3: Finding a God 43
  • 4: Finding a Structure 52
  • 5: Finding a High Magic 66
  • 6: Finding a Low Magic 84
  • 7: Finding a Folklore 112
  • 8: Finding a Witchcraft 132
  • 9: Matrix 151
  • 10: God (And Goddess) Parents 171
  • Microcosm 203
  • 11: Gerald Gardner 205
  • 12: Gerald's People 241
  • 13: The Wider Context: Hostility 253
  • 14: The Wider Context: Reinforcement 272
  • 15: Old Craft, New Craft 287
  • 16: The Man in Black 309
  • 17: Royalty from the North 319
  • 18: Uncle Sam and the Goddess 340
  • 19: Coming of Age 369
  • 20: Grandchildren of the Shadows 389
  • Notes 417
  • Index 471
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