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Rsaken them Modern civilization including much of modern neo paganism springs from a mindset that closes man off to the divine and traps us in a world of our own creations Drawing upon sources from Taoism to Heidegger Collin Cleary describes how we can attain an attitude of openness that may allow the gods to return In these nine w. An interesting mix of philosophy and general categorisation of pagan belief and the entities most commonly worshipped with some recourse to the Greeks and Romans thrown in to good effect A few interesting chapters on Elder Futhark and how to interpret the runesThe author is clearly a scholar and incorporates his philosophical background into his beliefs I enjoyed it and I think anyone with a eclectic interest in pagan beliefs and philosophy will enjoy this book Twisted paganism springs from a mindset that closes man off to the divine and traps us in a world of our own creations Drawing upon sources from Taoism to Heidegger Collin Cleary describes how we can attain an attitude of openness that may allow the gods to return In these nine w. An interesting mix of The Exploration of the Male Anatomy philosophy and general categorisation of All Night Long (Nannies, philosophical background into his beliefs I enjoyed it and I think anyone with a eclectic interest in The Freeze-Frame Revolution philosophy will enjoy this book

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Summoning the Gods

Neo paganism is the attempt to revive the polytheistic religions of old Europe But how Can one just invent or reinvent an authentic living faith Or are modern neo pagans just engaged in elaborate role playing games In SUMMONING THE GODS Collin Cleary argues that the gods have not died or forsaken us so much as we have died to or fo. A very inspirational book with a lof interesting insights regarding paganism in particular on reviving it In depth analysis of the mysteries of OdinsWotans self initiation the secret of the runes and a philosophical interpretation of these Runic Hegelianism the utilization of cross comparative examples taking into account other Indo European traditions to shed light on esoteric aspects of nordic paganism Only reason I didn t give it 5 stars was that a couple of the review articles in the latter part of the book seemed a bit misplaced with regards to the overall topics touched upon in the other essaysWill be revisiting some of these essays in the future for reference I am sure

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Ide ranging essays Collin Cleary also explores the Nordic pagan tradition Tantrism the writings of Alain de Benoist Karl Maria Wiligut and Alejandro Jodorowski and Patrick McGoohan's classic television series The Prisoner Cleary's essays are models of how to combine clarity and wit with spiritual depth and intellectual sophisticati. Spiritual touchstoneTop shelf material no matter what faith one subscribes to Specifically pertinent to those uestioning the need for faith at all Clearly lays out what paganism is and isn t and points out pitfalls newcomers should sidestep for spiritual growth He gives relatable examples of the need for the divine in our lives and how the willful separation from the divine that is encouraged by modern materialistic humanist culture does not enrich us but deprives us an essential part of the human experience There is also a great discussion on the runes and how they are interlocking and interrelated concepts instead of phonetic symbols


7 thoughts on “Summoning the Gods

  1. says:

    A very inspirational book with a lof interesting insights regarding paganism in particular on reviving it In depth analysis of the mysteries of

  2. says:

    A book that beginner pagans need to be exposed to early on as it is understands and intimates the reader with what the mind of a pagan is This should become a staple Colin Cleary captures much of what would be considered core theology in the heathen religionThis book focuses mainly on philosophy and the justifications and

  3. says:

    Dense Very dense The chapters I liked were worth the entire book; I will be returning to the one on the runes often The chapter on the missing man in Norse legend discussed Norse myth in light of the reconstructed Indo European and that was another essay that just dazzled me About half were not so useful as they discuss

  4. says:

    An interesting mix of philosophy and general categorisation of pagan belief and the entities most commonly worshipped with some recourse to the Greeks and Romans thrown in to good effect A few interesting chapters on Elder Futhark and how to interpret the runesThe author is clearly a scholar and incorporates his

  5. says:

    So that was an pagan chick With long and unpronounceable name given to her by her father who worshiped Veles and read volchv's Veleslav books like it's Bible no pun intended She was totally fucked up in the head due to her father leaving her family while he were 10 and then started two other families But that long Russian hair to the waist And that ass though You would kill an Odin to put your dick in that ass

  6. says:

    Spiritual touchstoneTop shelf material no matter what faith one subscribes to Specifically pertinent to those uestioning the need for faith at all Clearly lays out what paganism is and isn't and points out pitfalls newcomers should sidestep for spiritual growth He gives relatable examples of the need for the divine in our lives and how the willful separation from the divine that is encouraged by modern materialistic hum

  7. says:

    Cleary provides an interesting framework for authentic Pagan beliefs in modern times

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