Divine Comedy of Neophyte Corax and Goddess Morrigan

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A divine comedy that both enlightens you and has you rolling on floor with laughter. If you enjoy works of Terry Pratchett, Mighty Boosh or Mulla Nasreddin, this tale of the magical journeys of a Neophyte called Corax, and his initiator Goddess Morrigan is for you. The Celtic Goddess Morrigan is the Goddess of war, death, rebirth, change, and justice. This is far more than Corax expected at his initiation! Content:Act I:Lammas.Act II:Autumn Equinox. Act III:Samhain.Act IV:Winter Solstice-Alban Arthan:birth of the sun. Act V:A Kali Puja:a magickal workshop. Act VI:Imbolc. Act VII:Dance of Death. Act VIII:Beltane 4play. Act IX:An eclectic pagan's near-death experience. Act X:Beltane. Act XI:Justice for RollRight Stone Circle. Act XII:Living like the pagan ancestors. Act XIII:Towers of Silence. Act XIV:Magi’s gifts. From author of 'The Mysteries of Mithras:The Pagan Belief That Shaped the Christian World’ & ‘The Persian Mar Nameh:The Zoroastrian Book of the... More > Snake Omens & Calendar’.< Less
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  • By Web of Wyrd
    Oct 13, 2009
    "Wow!" My first reaction after reading this collection was: Wow! This is seriously funny!! I attribute my reaction to Nabarz taking serious spiritual subject matter and somehow successfully poking fun at much of it in a surprisingly non-offensive way. Not an easy feat to pull off. I still find myself chuckling over the part on p. 47 (in Act IX: An eclectic pagan’s near-death experience) where the Corax, who is an eclectic pagan, is told by the Goddess Morrigan, “Well what do you expect, eclectic in life eclectic in death…” when he almost dies and can’t decide where to spend eternity. The Corax gets offers from the Valkyres, Jesus, etc. As a (disciplinedJ) eclectic myself, I found that hilarious. I don’t want this review to be tagged with a Spoiler Alert, so I won’t say what happens to the Corax afterwards. You’ll have to read it for yourself to find out. Being a fan of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens, I should have known I’d love this book. Besides, I have a... More > dark fascination for the Goddess Morrigan, sometimes known as the “Queen of Demons,” amongst other things. Easily read in one-sitting (at 59 pages long), this is a slightly irreverent (which makes it that much more funJ) and outrageously funny collection. G.L. Giles, July 20, 2009< Less
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‘Web of Wyrd Press’, an imprint of BECS
September 29, 2011
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