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Beatrice Walditch reveals that much of the what we often think of a real in the modern world is an enchantment woven by profit-driven businesses and nefarious politicians.
Drawing upon a wide range of traditional worldviews, she sets out ways of mentally 'banishing' such pervasive enchantments and empowering the reader to create their own enchantments.
First published September 2013; substantially revised January 2016. Modern Western ideas about souls, spirits and deities are seemingly materialistic and rational.
Yet, when looked at closely, these seemingly-secular ideas rather too clearly betray their origins in Christian doctrines.
First published January 2012; substantially revised January 2016. In the process this study sheds light on the way these motifs would have been understood by people at the time which is not necessarily how such imagery came to be regarded a few centuries later.
As none of the wooden have survived there is, clearly, considerable speculation involved.
These books will challenge you to recoergnise the traditional magic still alive in modern society, and empower you with a variety of skills and insights.
Beatrice Walditch mostly explores the ancestors of England, although also shows how similar ideas and concepts are found elsewhere in Britain and beyond.However these suggestions fit within a plausible 'underlying' worldview established in the first two volumes of The Twilight Age. Although contemporary documentary sources for the earliest churches are now non-existent, and the archaeological evidence scant, in contrast the topography of their locations is usually little changed, and offers hitherto-ignored insights.The fifth volume of this series looks in more detail at the locations of such carvings. All such early churches favour waterside locations, often quite dramatic ones in loops or on cliffs.These books will challenge you to recognise the traditional magic still alive in modern society, and empower you with a variety of skills and insights.In Everything is Change Beatrice Walditch shows how contemporary ideas of an ever-emergent cosmos are also part of the traditional worldview in places as far apart as Greece and China.