Dagonet Dewr galvanizes the men's spirituality movement with this much-needed guide to divine masculinity. This book is t just for Pagans, but for men of all faiths who want to explore and learn from their spiritual roots. With humour and sensitivity, the author introduces thirteen male archetypes - including the Child, the Warrior, the Lover, the Healer, and the Trickster - and the gods who embody them. Stories of deities from pagan lore and mythology spanning several cultures - and even characters from The Lord of the Rings and Arthurian literature -offer a rich framework for understanding the heritage of the sacred male.Rituals and magical workings - for individual or group practice - offer practical ways to connect with these masculine energies and achieve a new understanding of their role in everyday life. Formerly the managing editor of new Witch Magazine , Dagonet Dewr is well-kwn throughout the Pagan community. Since 2003 he has served as the executive director of the Pagan Pride Project. Dewr is also a member of two Pagan rights organizations, the Our Freedom coalition and the Lady Liberty League.
Formerly the managing editor of newWitch Magazine, Dagonet Dewr (Texas) is well-known throughout the Pagan community. Since 2003, he has served as the executive director of the Pagan Pride Project. As an initiated warrior in the ManKind Project(R), he is actively involved in introducing men to the New Warrior Training Adventure(R), an intense, transformative men's initiation. Dewr is also a member of two Pagan rights organizations, the Our Freedom coalition and the Lady Liberty League.