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  1. An insight into the origins of the Glastonbury Goddess-Avalon tradition of Kathy Jones. It was interesting to see how the system developed and how different the most recent form is. Kathy makes clear from the beginning that this is a book of her personal gnosis and not historically based; however, certain statements infer otherwise without providing evidence and so leads to a misleading understanding of the British native tradition.

  2. An interesting and creative approach to building a spiritual practice around the ancient stories of British deity and ancestors. Not intended to be factual history but is full of stories and myths that open the door to celebrating that part of our past.

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