Thousands of documents and sites exist on the Internet on the broad subjects of present-day Earth-centered religions, Goddess-based theology, and Paganism. Following are just a few, which are intended to give an idea of the breadth of the subject. None of the external links on this page are are associated with Hawthorn Grove, but they all contain good reading.
A readable scholarly literature review entitled
Witchcraft, magic and religion: some discursive reconstructions of belief and practice, by Jenny Blain, Ph.D. of the Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Mount Saint Vincent University Halifax, was presented at the conference on The Middle Ages in Contemporary Popular Culture, McMaster University (March 1996). An even broader overview is contained in the wide-ranging repository of Pagan information and links at the Neopagan Archive at Lysator. The Ecole Initiative has a summary of the ancient Eleusinian mystery drama, about which Homer wrote, "Happy is he among men upon earth who has seen these mysteries; but he who is uninitiate and who has no part in them never has lot of like good things once he is dead, down in the darkness and