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1. The abbreviation “loc” indicates the “location number” of the direct quotation in the Kindle e-book referenced here.


A Witch’s Calendar. (1995). Witchcraft:. Combined compilation of issues 1 & 2, 47-51.

A Witch’s Wheel ofthe Year. (2001). Witchcraft book of spells Volume II(pp. 72-81). Melbourne: Witchcraft Magazine.

Berger, H., & Ezzy, D. (2007). Teenage Witches. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

Billinghurst, F. (2012). Dancing the sacred wheel. Salisbury Downs, South Australia: TDM Publishing.

Bodsworth, R. (1999). Sunwyse: Celebrating the sacred Wheel of the Year in Australia. California: Privately Published.

Bodsworth, R. (2005). Rhythms of the land: The down-under Wheel of the Year. Witchcraft, 45, 36-39.

Brett, J. (2015). A year of two life cycles. Druids down under. Retrieved July 27, 2015, from Deitrich, M. (1998). The Wiccan calendar. Witchcraft, 5, 54-55.

Drury, N., & Tillett, G. (1980). Other temples, other gods: The occult in Australia. Sydney: Methuen Australia.

Ezzy, D. (2013). Minimising religious conflict and the Racial and Religious Tolerance Act in Victoria, Australia. Journal for the Academic Study of Religion, 26(2), 54-72.

Ezzy, D. (2014a). Sex, death and Witchcraft. London: Bloomsbury.

Ezzy, D. (2014b). Pagan studies: In defence of pluralism. The Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies, 16(2), 145-160.

Farrar, J., & Farrar, S. (1981). The Witches Bible compleat. New York: Magical Childe Publishing.

Gamlinginn. (1994). What is Asatru? Pagan Times, 13, 3-4.

Goodman, S. (1995). The working tools of a Witch. Esoterica, 4, 28-33.

Harvey, G. (1997). Listening people, speaking earth: Contemporary Paganism. London: Hurst.

Harvey, G. (2005). Animism: Respecting the living world. New York: Columbia University Press.

Harvey, G. (2013). Food, sex and strangers: Redefining religion. London: Acumen. Hiraeth. (2000). The seasonal procession in modern Paganism. Pagan Times, 33, 14-15.

Horne, F. (1998). Witch: A personal journey. Sydney: Random House.

Horne, F. (1999). Witch: A magickalyear. Australia: Random House.

Horne, F. (2000). Life’s a Witch: Handbook for teen Witches. Sydney: Random House.

Horne, F. (2003). The coven: Making magick together. Sydney: Random House. Hume, L. (1997). Witchcraft and Paganism in Australia. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.

Hutton, R. (1996). The stations of the sun: A history of the ritual year in Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hutton, R. (1999). The triumph of the moon: A history ofmodern Pagan witchcraft. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ingold, T. (2013). Being alive to a world without objects. In G. Harvey (Ed.), The handbook of contemporary animism (pp. 213-225). Durham: Acumen.

James. (2005). Mt Franklin Pagan gathering 2005. Pagan Times Magazine, 53, 29.

Kettle, A. (1995). The study of the seasons. Esoterica, 4, 35-38.

King, S. (2004). An Australian wheel of life. Witchcraft, 38, 38-41.

Lamont, M., & Aksartova, S. (2002). Ordinary cosmopolitanisms: Strategies for bridging racial boundaries among working-class men. Theory, Culture and Society, 19(4), 1-25.

Link. (2006). Your own celebrations of spring. Pagan Times Magazine, 57, 14-15.

Luhrmann, T. (1989). Persuasions of the Witch’s craft. Oxford: Blackwell.

McLeod, D. (1997). Seasonal celebrations. Pagan Times, 22, 16-17.

Pagan Alliance. (1997). Paganism: Beliefs and practices. Victoria: Pagan Alliance.

Phillips, J., & Hiraeth. (2002). Working with the elements. In Australian Wiccan Conference 2002 conference papers, 39-42.

Phillips, J., & Sandow., M. (1991). The WitchesofOz. Sydney: Children of Sekhmet Publications.

Phillips, M., & J. Phillips, in collaboration with R. Harrington. (1994 [1991]). The Witches ofOz. Chieveley, Berks: Capall Bann Publishing.

Skrbis, Z., & Woodward, I. (2013). Cosmopolitanism: Uses of the Idea. London: Sage. Kindle e-book.

Spiraldancer. (2003). The sacred web of life. Witchcraft, 31, 31-35.

Tully, C. (2015). White magick in Gondwanaland. Shadowplay webzine. Retrieved July 30, 2015, from in_gondwanaland.htm

Velverde, L. (1997). A Wiccan calendar. Witchcraft, 4, 44-48.

Vertovec, S., & Cohen, R. (2002). Conceiving cosmopolitanism: Theory, context and practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Woolfkeepe, A. (1999). Resurrecting Easter. Witchcraft, 10, 19-20.

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