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We Borrow the Earth: An Intimate Portrait of the Gypsy Folk Tradition and Culture #2020

We Borrow the Earth An Intimate Portrait of the Gypsy Folk Tradition and Culture We and the Earth can only ever borrow each other if we are to return to a harmonious relationship Originally published by Thorsons in We Borrow the Earth is an authentic and open account of t

  • Title: We Borrow the Earth: An Intimate Portrait of the Gypsy Folk Tradition and Culture
  • Author: Patrick Jasper Lee
  • ISBN: 9781909882
  • Page: 179
  • Format: ebook
  • We Borrow the Earth: An Intimate Portrait of the Gypsy Folk Tradition and Culture By Patrick Jasper Lee, We, and the Earth, can only ever borrow each other, if we are to return to a harmonious relationship Originally published by Thorsons in 2000, We Borrow the Earth is an authentic and open account of the author s Earth based customs, depicting his curious life as probably the last indigenous Romani Chovihano or medicine man in Western Europe This revised second edit We, and the Earth, can only ever borrow each other, if we are to return to a harmonious relationship Originally published by Thorsons in 2000, We Borrow the Earth is an authentic and open account of the author s Earth based customs, depicting his curious life as probably the last indigenous Romani Chovihano or medicine man in Western Europe This revised second edition includes a new chapter Encounters with Ancient Spirits Using Gypsy Magic and a candid Foreword by the author s cousin and close friend Chilly Charles Lee.From Ravine Press ravinepress

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    1. I really enjoyed the authenticity of this text from an author who seems to truly understand the nature of what he s talking about I enjoyed it enough to track down the author and interact with him a little bit which only strengthened the belief that this man is someone who is really living the life he claims to live with a good understanding and a good way of living The book is also a great introduction to different topics that are common in most shamanic animistic pagan communities from the per [...]

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