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or Australian followers of Neopagan philosophies and customs, the traditional seasonal festivals, rituals, and practises taught by the European based disciplines, make it difficult for Australian witches to correctly synchronise with mother nature in the Southern Hemisphere. The Australian Esoterica aims to realign the traditional Northern Hemisphere Neopagan seasonal customs in accordance with Southern Hemisphere seasonal changes, while at the same time offering a comprehensive guide to Neopagan philosophies for Australian followers of the faith. Nevertheless, this book is not just a rehash of European spiritual practises turned upside down, but also aspires to become an internet Book of Shadows for all Australian Neopagans by describing culturally relevant mythologies, philosophies, and practises.
Table of ContentsEdit
- Table of Contents
- What is Neopaganism?
- Nature Traditions of the World
- Neopaganism in Australia
- Observances and Symmetries
- Seasonal Festivals
- Lunar Observances
- Correspondence Tables
- Glossary of Terms
- Bibliography and Further Resources
- Contributing Authors
- Australian Esoterica Manual of Style