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Pagan and Magical Shops in Norfolk and Suffolk
Norwich: Inanna's Festival, 2 St. Andrew's Hill. Magical gifts and Pagan supplies.
Norwich: Earthglade. Eco-friendly solutions to everyday living.
Wymondham: Elementals Magickal Emporium, 6 Market Street. Magical items and local crafts.
Ipswich: Sacred Earth, 8 Upper Orwell Street. Apothecary and esoteric supplies.
There are many books about Paganism and Pagan paths around, but not all are very useful. A selection of the best are given here. Some are in the Norfolk Libraries catalogue and their class marks are given in brackets.
- Pete Jennings (2002) Pagan Paths: A Guide to Wicca, Druidry, Asatru, Shamanism and Other Pagan Practices, Rider.
- Vivianne Crowley (1996) Thorsons Principles of Paganism, Thorsons.
- John and Caitlín Matthews (1985/6) The Western Way: A Practical Guide to the Western Mystery Tradition, Penguin Arkana (two volumes); 1994 omnibus edition (133.43); revised edition, Inner Traditions, 2004: Walkers Between the Worlds: The Western Mysteries from Shaman to Magus.
- Philip Carr-Gomm & Richard Heygate (2010) The Book of English Magic, John Murray (133.4309).
- Graham Harvey (1997) Listening People, Speaking Earth: Contemporary Paganism, Hurst.
- Chris Wood (ed.) (1998) At the Cutting Edge of Tradition: Words of Wisdom from the Pagan Community, Norwich Pagan Moot (N291).
- Marian Green (1991) A Calendar of Festivals, Element.
- Ronald Hutton (1996) The Stations of the Sun, Oxford University Press.
- Philip Shallcrass (2000) Druidry, Piatkus.
- Philip Carr-Gomm (1991) Elements of the Druid Tradition, Element.
- Ross Nichols (1972) The Book of Druidry, Thorsons, 1992.
- Emma Restall Orr (1998) Druid Priestess, Thorsons.
- Emma Restall Orr (2004) Living Druidry: Magical spirituality for the wild soul, Piatkus (299.16).
Northern Traditions / Heathenry
- Nigel Pennick (1999) The Complete Illustrated Guide to Runes, Element.
- Freya Aswynn (1998) Northern Mysteries and Magick (formerly Leaves of Yggdrasil), Llewellyn (133.33).
- Pete Jennings (1998) The Norse Tradition: a beginner's guide, Headway.
- Brian Bates (1983) The Way of Wyrd: Tales of an Anglo-Saxon Sorcerer, Century.
- Marian Green (1991) A Witch Alone, Aquarian; Thorsons, 1995, 2002.
- Marian Green (1989) The Elements of Natural Magic, Element.
- Nigel Pennick (1995) Secrets of East Anglian Magic, Robert Hale (133.43); Capall Bann, 2004.
- Nigel Pennick (2001) Way of Natural Magic, Thorsons.
- Nigel Pennick (2012) Operative Witchcraft, Lear; Destiny, 2019.
- Doreen Valiente (1975) Natural Magic, Phoenix / Robert Hale (133.43).
- Doreen Valiente (1978) Witchcraft for Tomorrow, Robert Hale (133.4).
- Ronald Hutton (1999) The Triumph of the Moon: A History of Modern Pagan Witchcraft, O.U.P.
- Val Thomas (2002) A Witch’s Kitchen, Capall Bann (133.43).
- Val Thomas (2019) Of Chalk and Flint: A Way of Norfolk Magic, Troy.
- Rae Beth (1990) Hedgewitch, Robert Hale.
- Vivianne Crowley (1989) Wicca: The Old Religion in the New Age, Thorsons 1996 (133.43).
The best fiction giving a Pagan perspective, if not Pagan in name, accessible to young people includes:
- Ursula K. Le Guin (1968) A Wizard of Earthsea (and the Earthsea series) (AF-FAN).
- Susan Cooper (1965-73) The Dark is Rising Sequence (JF).
- Jean Giono (1985) The Man Who Planted Trees (AF).
- Alan Garner (1967) The Owl Service (JF).
The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, Boscastle, Cornwall - the 'national' museum for magic and witchcraft!
The Doreen Valiente Foundation, Brighton, East Sussex - The Doreen Valiente Collection is shown in temporary exhibitions from time to time.
Norfolk Museum Service - ten museums across the county, including three in Norwich.
The South Asia Collection, Norwich - A wonderful collection of material from South Asia, covering all of life - part of Country and Eastern.
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, UEA, Norwich - a stunning world cultures collection complimented by powerful art exhibitions.
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