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Dance of the Moon
Dance of the Moon
Celebrating the Sacred Cycles of the Earth

By: Dan Furst
Imprint: Llewellyn
Specs: Trade Paperback | 9780738715100
English  |  312 pages | 6 x 9 x 1 IN
Pub Date: July 2009
Price: $21.95 US
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It's About Time

Dance of the Moon offers a guided tour of the various calendars of the world and shows how they developed in tune with humanity's own spiritual evolution. More
than theory, this book is a virtual treasury of rituals that affirms our ties to nature.

Dance of the Moon discusses everything from the Egyptian Feast of Thoth to the Mexican Day of the Dead, and everything in between. It also takes an amazing look at the Sabbats and Esbats of Celtic, Druid, and Wiccan traditions, linking them to Hindu, Jewish, Buddhist, Taoist, Egyptian, and other cultural customs. Discover why a calendar is ideal for certain cultures and why the number 13 became unlucky.

Finally, you will also uncover the reasons why the year 2012, called the Mayan "end of time," actually marks the end of ignorance. What does it all really mean?

Learn to dance along with life's sacred rhythms on this cross-cultural tour of traditions, rituals, and practices throughout history.


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