Whispers of the Moon: The Life and Work of Scott Cunningham : Philosopher-Magician, Modern-Day Pagan
Whispers of the Moon The Life and Work of Scott Cunningham PhilosopherMagician ModernDay Pagan Author:David Harrington, deTraci Regula Now you can discover the history and motivations of one of the most influential people in the development of modern Wicca, Scott Cunningham, in Whispers of the Moon by David Harrington and deTraci Regula. — Whispers of the Moon is Scott Cunningham's unfinished autobiography, completed and expanded by two of his friends and colleagues. Drawing... more » upon Scott's notes and their personal relationships with him, David and deTraci have included everything to understand this philosopher-magician:
·Portions of letters
·Previously unpublished poems, essays, and photographs
·His natal chart
·The complete text of A Formula Book of Magical Incenses & Oils
·Many charming and touching personal anecdotes
With magical clarity and gentle wit, Scott's books opened doors for tens of thousands of people. Scott popularized and enhanced the life-affirming path of Wicca in ways that will continue long into the future. Many Wiccans entered into the Craft through his books. Thousands of people cast their first Circle using Scott's words of power.
Whispers of the Moon is an essential resource including a complete list of Scott's published works, his birth-data and horoscope (not available previously), and remembrances of many people who were touched by his gentle magic. Whispers of the Moon is a unique blend of magical lore, personal anecdotes, and rare insights into the forces that molded Scott's life.
Scott Cunningham passed in 1993 into the Summerland and to the Goddess whom he loved and served so well. As the author of over 50 books and as a greatly respected teacher and leader, Scott is missed by his many friends and by people all over the world that learned from his writings. But his work lives on in his books. Whispers of the Moon is the book that links Scott's writings into a whole. You must get it.« less
This was such a fantastic book! I've really grown to love Cunningham's books, and was so happy to read about the life of such an influential and lived man. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves Scott's books. I read over 1/2 the book in one sitting!