May 2, 2005
Queen of the Night: Rediscovering the Celtic Moon Goddess
By Sharynne MacLeod NicMhacha
Publisher: Weiser Books (January 2005)
Pages: 267 - Price: $24.95
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharynne NicMhacha has crafted a well-written look at the role and power of the Moon in Celtic religion, covering the folklore and mythology in an entertaining manner. The writing is sharp and concise, and this fine book serves as a guide to utilizing the power of the Moon.
The Moon as symbol for the Goddess is explained and a discussion of the Druids is given, covering the mysteries and practices. The author gives lively details of how the Moon influences us, and how we can use the powers of the Moon.
Shamanism and rituals are explained. The Moon is seen as an ancient symbol of the Divine Feminine.
Hindu traditions are also covered, and other countries. There are exercises designed to connect with the Moon.
Each chapter will hold the reader's interest. Each chapter reveals new secrets. Queen of the Night is a memorable reading experience, one to savor over and over. Excellent look at the Moon and its influences on humans.
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