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  • Broché: 240 pages
  • Editeur : Llewellyn Publications,U.S. (22 septembre 1999)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1567187196
  • ISBN-13: 978-1567187199
  • Dimensions du produit: 23 x 19 x 1,5 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Isara TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 16 décembre 2014
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Un livre sympa sur Halloween, avec une approche païenne/Wiccane. Les différents chapitres proposent des exemples de divinations (mention spéciale au passage détaillant chaque rune), rituels (un chapitre est consacré au deuil et à la communication avec les morts), mais aussi de décorations (notamment comment fabriquer une "corn dolly" - je m'aperçois que je n'ai pas la moindre idée de comment on appelle ces figurines en français) et recettes de saison. Le tout est expliqué simplement et en laissant une marge de personnalisation.

Le seul bémol concerne le premier chapitre sur l'histoire d'Halloween, des origines pré-chrétiennes européennes à la pratique actuelle aux USA. Le chapitre est très intéressant, et possède une assez longue bibliographie, mais j'ai aussi repéré quelques erreurs (par exemple, que rien n'indique que les Celtes croyaient à la réincarnation, quand en vérité divers auteurs classiques ont écrit sur le sujet), du coup je me suis interrogée sur l'exactitude d'un certain nombre d'autres infos...

Mais cela reste néanmoins un livre intéressant et détaillé sur Halloween.
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Silver reaches people who are not pagans! 13 octobre 1999
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Format: Broché
The halloween book has made it's way respectively into our public library... even a christian librarian reccomended the book. It's a wonderful tool to show people that witches are not evil hags... and it tells perfectly well how the holiday was twisted into haloween. I reccomend this one highly. For those who would call Silver Fluff... yes she writes on a level that is a little fluffy... but it gets people to open their minds about our faith... and it gets people to think about our customs and traditions in a positive light. Silver should be commended for all that she has done and I hope that the Goddess will keep inspiring her. As for the occult bookstore owner. Would you reccomend the farrar's to a christian parent concerned about what their children are getting into? I wouldn't. This is a perfect book to show them... it is written on a level that is comprehendable... and it also gives good recipes and family fun. -- Blessed Be!
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Respect For Samhain While Celebrating Halloween Fun 6 août 2002
Par Terrie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book combines excellent scholarship with creativity and a joyful sense of fun. It explores the popular holiday of Halloween as well as the more serious and spiritual side of the pagan sabbat Samhain. You don't have to be a pagan to enjoy this book because it has many, many lighthearted and clever ideas that will entertain even if Halloween is purely a fun night of make-believe for you. Fortunately it takes Samhain seriously enough to be satisfactory to pagans who require a bit more substance in this holiday's revels. Interspersed with seasonal artwork the book starts out with a thorough look at Samhain and Halloween history. Customs and traditions such as Jack-o-lanterns, trick-or-treating, bonfires, among others are discussed. Superstitions and many Halloween symbols are detailed. The chapter on divination is informative and lots of fun. Colorful kitchen witchery offers up some delicious recipes that are wonderful for parties or just for seasonal family fare. A meaningful and enjoyable section on Halloween Magick shares ideas for spells, blessings, charms, and ritual. An important aspect of Samhain, that of honoring the dead, is discussed with helpful ideas for adding meaning and respectful reflection. Many delightful poems from various sources grace the opening chapter pages and they in turn can be used when crafting one's own sabbat rituals.
This book does not tippy-toe around and pretend to be a book that won't offend anyone. It is a book by a Wiccan for other Wiccans but as always, the door is open, step through and enjoy as you will.
45 internautes sur 52 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Magick that doesn't hide behind hocus pocus seriousness... 21 décembre 1999
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Format: Broché
I enjoyed this book thoroughly. For the modern practitioner, its important to have books like this to help remind us that magick isn't all about seriousness! I feel this book is legitimate and embraces innocence in life.
Silver proposes wonderful ways to celebrate Halloween in a fun, simple and magickal manner. I'm tired of huffy puffy books that are uptight and oh-so-serious. It's good to see that Silver hasn't fallen to cynicism in both her writing and her magick.
What I really enjoyed was the history on Halloween. She takes you through each age and explains how Halloween was during that time frame, proving that Halloween (though it was not known as such back in the day) is older than Christmas!
Personally, I'm relieved that this book was upbeat and fun. Some call it childish, but it's probably for the better. I'd have the living beegeezus scared outta me if someone chucked a bunch of serious and solemn rituals at me to do on what's been known as the scariest night of the year! This book has helped me see Halloween in a healthier light.
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A big disappointment! 26 juillet 2003
Par Adrienne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Surprisingly, there aren't a lot of books written on Samhain in comparison to the other sabbats. So, I was pretty excited when I found this book. I am always eager for books with recipes, as well, since I am a failure cook unless I have a recipe to follow.
I hate to leave a bad review for such a well-loved book, but I was honestly infuriated that I had spent money on this shlock of fluff. First of all, the "Mama-Silver-as-a-tour-guide" theme of this book disgusts me -- it is really unnessesary and only takes away from the book. I mean, is she SERIOUS in trying to sell this book to adults? Nowhere on this book does it say "especially for kids". We don't need to be taught in a cheesy tour-guide voice in order to understand the history of halloween. Period.
The history of Halloween described in the beggining is rambly, fluffy, and overall poorly written. I got bored of it quickly, and skipped over some parts of it because I just could not stand it any longer. After that, I was still hopeful that the spells and recipes wouldn't be so bad.
Alas, I was disappointed with those sections as well. The spells I can't say too much about, they are no better than any you can find in other wiccan books. The recipes are extremely disappointing, as Most of them are just different versions of the same thing (i.e. several different kinds of punch, two different kinds of apples...). Quite a few of them hardly even have anything to DO with Samhain traditionally, other than the fact that they contain pumpkin. Popcorn balls? Donuts? Corn on the cob? These are all things that one eats at pretty much any time of the year, and have nothing to do with Samhain. I wanted real recipes that I could serve at a Samhain celebration, not little in-the-kitchen projects that are supposed to be 'fun for the whole family' or whatever.
If you can't find another book about Samhain, try "The Wheel of the Year" by Pauline Campanelli instead of this title. Ravenwolf's "Halloween: Customs, Recipes, and Spells" is NOT for serious witches, and I wouldn't reccomend it to non-Witches either. Don't be decieved by the title like I was -- or you'll regret spending your hard earned cash.
8 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great synopsis of Halloween and its customs! 19 décembre 1999
Par Curtis Lee Daniels - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I bought this book on a whim (I add to my holiday collections yearly) and was pleasantly surprised not only by the accuracy of the information presented, but also by the practical ideas expressed in the book. My congratulations for dispelling more of the misinformation that surrounds this fun yet touching holiday. If you have children, this book will provide tons of useful information to fire their imaginations. If you have ever lost someone you loved to death (and who hasn't), you will find comforting ideas to help you remember and communicate with them. Blessed be!
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