Iron Mountain: A Journal of Magical Religion (Artemisia Press) 1, no.3 (Fall 1985)

Show simple item record Artemisia Press Clifton, Chas S. Currier, Mary Bonewits, P.E.I. Holt, Rochelle Lynn Harrow, Judy Valiente, Doreen Kelly, Aidan 2017-05-10T18:22:25Z 2017-05-10T18:22:25Z 1985
dc.identifier.citation Clifton, Chas S., and Mary Currier-Clifton, eds. Iron Mountain: A Journal of Magical Religion (Artemisia Press) 1, no.3 (Fall 1985). New Age Movements, Occultism, and Spiritualism Research Library. Archives and Special Collections. Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA. en_US
dc.identifier.other A632C570-0817-15BD-45AE-86E5167BB452
dc.description Permission for the creation of this digital asset was granted by Chas S. Clifton who also graciously loaned his personal copies to be digitized for inclusion in Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections’ New Age Movements, Occultism, and Spiritualism Research Library. On the Slopes of Iron Mountain -- Letters to the Editors. Doreen Valiente ; Deborah Bender ; Aidan Kelly’s response to Doreen Valiente’s letter to the editor -- Designing Effective Rituals / P.E.I. Bonewits -- Moon in My Blood: The Story of the Starets Rasputin. The Death Ship ; Istinnaia Vera- THe Pure True Faith ; Brotherhood of the Wanderers ; Sunshine’s Friend ; Suppliant Petitions Strangely Fulfilled ; The Dancing Starets ; Revolt Against the Holy Devil ; Murder with the Gypsy Guitar. Part 1 ; Murder with the Gypsy Guitar. Part 2 ; The Ghost in Pargolovo Forest ; / poem by Rochelle Lynn Holt -- A Goddess Arrives: The Novels of Dion Fortune in the Development of Gardnerian Witchcraft / by Chas S. Clifton -- As I See It… Small Group Ministry / by Judy Harrow -- Book Reviews: The Occult in American: New Historical Perspectives edited by Howard Kerr and Charles L. Crow ; Voodoo Contra by Robert Gover ; Crystal Power by Michael G. Smith ; Magical Rites from the Crystal Well by Ed Fitch ; Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion: An Anthropological Study of the Supernatural edited by Arthur C. Lehmann and James E. Myers en_US
dc.description.abstract Iron Mountain was Chas Clifton’s attempt to bring together the “professors and the practitioners” into a single source and provided an avenue for the Wiccans and Pagans being studied to respond to research being done on them. Although only four issues were published the contents are well stocked with articles and rebuttals from contemporary scholars and practitioners recognized as shapers of the Wiccan movement that we know today. It is a publication “devoted to the exploration of religious forms, practices, both ancient and modern, which emphasize the magical, shamanic and metaphysical elements.” Articles are topped off with reviews, poetry, artwork and photographs. It also holds the honor for being the inspiration of the first Pagan peer-reviewed Journal: The Pomegranate. en_US
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dc.publisher Artemisia Press en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries v.01;n.03
dc.subject Gardnerian (Wiccan sect) en_US
dc.subject Magic en_US
dc.subject Liturgical books en_US
dc.subject Religious leaders--Poetry en_US
dc.subject Fortune, Dion--Criticism and interpretation en_US
dc.subject Harrow, Judy en_US
dc.subject New Age ministers en_US
dc.subject Proteus Coven en_US
dc.title Iron Mountain: A Journal of Magical Religion (Artemisia Press) 1, no.3 (Fall 1985) en_US
dc.type Other en_US

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