I’ve recently received a bit of money, and so of course I bought a bunch of books! I never seem to have enough time to read! Most of my time is spent working on the class on Alexandria and Greco-Egyptian Paganism that I am teaching, but that should be over by the end of April/beginning of May and then I’ll have more time to just do my regular studies. If there is enough interest, I plan to offer the class again next winter, starting in November. Its good to have something to do over the winter, and I tend to be much busier in the summer. In summer I go to art fairs a lot to vend my clothes and artwork, among other things.
Whisper of Stone: Modern Canaanite Religion – this one I received a few weeks ago. Its quite hefty, very good scholarship and very fascinating. I plan to write a review of this one when I finish it.
Shamanic Mysteries of Egypt: awakening the healing power of the heart – this was written by the same people who did the Anubis Oracle, which is the deck that I use in conjunction with the (Greek-based) Mythic Tarot.
The Syncretisms of Antinous – I’ve been looking forward to reading this one. There is not a lot of stuff out there about Antinous in general, and as far as I know this is the only book about Him written for practicing Pagans.
The Egyptian Book of the Dead – What’s really cool about this one is it has the whole thing in Egyptian hieroglyphs, with transliterations and translations underneath.
From Cave to Sky: A devotional Anthology in Honor of Zeus
I still have several other books I’m waiting for, including H. Jeremiah Lewis’ From the Satyr’s Mouth: Wit and Wisdom from an Opinionated Polytheist. I’m really looking forward to having the time to read books all the way through again!