Yes! I have finally completed my book on Sumerian Paganism!
This is my version of paganism, Sumerian-style. Not everyone will agree with me, but then, I'm not a reconstructionist. There are values, life lessons that I have learned, which speak to me as I read the myths, and the understanding that comes to me through the Sumerian culture. This isn't new-age, there is no Sitchen, or any of his 'Nibru' nonsense. It is the sense of honor and duty, that speaks to me, it is the gods as elementals, that I see.
In this book, I discuss personal experiences and things I have learned on my pagan path, and I share them with you. There are funny stories, not so funny stories, and life lessons.
Set up in a syllabus format
Part 1 begins with basic information that newbies should learn
Part 2 is a discussion of the universe and how it is set-up in Cosmogony and Cosmology
Part 3 is magic and ritual
Part 4 is on how to read mythology
These are set in an ascending order of proficiency.
At the end, there is
a list of definitions and deities
a small section of various myths and a couple of ancient incantations that I wanted to share