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Eros by Susan Griffin
coverThe Holy Book of Women's Mysteries : Feminist Witchcraft, Goddess Rituals, Spell casting, and Other Womanly Arts.../Complete in One Volume by Zsuzanna Budapest

 I found this book relevant to all woman , not just those interested in witch craft or the new age . Don't be surprised if you buy a copy , lend it to a friend and never get it back.  A friend of mine borrowed a copy , which she "forgot " to give back , and lent it to me . I consequently sort of forgot to give it back to her for some time . Eventually , my conscience got to me and I passed it back . I wonder if she's done the same thing. I loved this book . It's got a real sense of feminine pride separate from all that stuff about having to dress like a man and act like a man to succeed in this world. And there's a lot of healthy aggression in it's expression of femininity. I'm not a witch or a new ageist but I did find this book highly relevant in my own life.  Many of the spells and rituals are beautiful and the writer has such spunk!!!!! -- Anonymous Review.  

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