Free eBook Omega download

by Stewart Farrar

Free eBook Omega download ISBN: 0099207001
Author: Stewart Farrar
Publisher: Arrow Bks. (July 1980)
Language: English
Pages: 512
Category: Fantasy
Subcategory: Science Fiction
Size MP3: 1339 mb
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Rating: 4.4
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Frank Stewart Farrar (28 June 1916 – 7 February 2000), who always went by the name of Stewart Farrar, was an English screenwriter, novelist and prominent figure in the Neopagan religion of Wicca.

Frank Stewart Farrar (28 June 1916 – 7 February 2000), who always went by the name of Stewart Farrar, was an English screenwriter, novelist and prominent figure in the Neopagan religion of Wicca, which he devoted much of his later life to propagating with the aid of his seventh wife, Janet Farrar, and then his friend Gavin Bone as well

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In memory of our friend DAVID BUCKINGHAM who was in at the birth. It had been amazingly simple, the fur-clad engineer from Florida told himself, to turn the Earth into a huge electric battery, with terminals 12,700 kilometres apart, give or take a few. But it would have been one hell of a lot more comfortable for the terminal crews if Earth had arranged itself better, with land masses opposite land masses – instead of perversely (almost ingeniously, if you looked at the globe which some wit had made the decorative centrepiece of the Mess.

Stewart Farrar, along with Janet, wrote many books on witchcraft and was a well known witch appearing frequently in the media. He lived in Ireland and regularly toured the . giveing lectures and workshops. Books by Stewart Farrar. Mor. rivia About Omega.

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Dawncrusher
I first read Omega about 25 years ago. it was my formal introduction to Wicca, and it changed my outlook on everything. I also couldn't put it down, and for 25 years, kept it close to me. last summer, through a sad chain of circumstances, my copy was destroyed. I wrote to Janet (his widow) but never got an answer.
then I found it here on amazon. thank you.
over the years, Moira, Dan, Rosemary, Greg, Angie, Eileen, and Peter have become my friends.
there are some very special books that I can just pick up, and start reading; this is one of them. the political activities are eerily accurate, and very frightening, and the destruction of the World seems to me to be more fact than fiction every day.
as for his craft, I can't complain. there are no continuity errors that I've ever found, and all his characters are well-developed and "true" to themselves. it's a giant canvas, and the story is riveting.
in the end, it comes down to the traditional struggle between good and evil. the ending is amazing.
and it's REAL; I've been to the Red Lion Inn.
as little Diana says, "Blessed be".
Daigami
I first read this book forty years ago, when I found it in a used book store. I was fascinated with the way the apocalypse story worked out. Given moving house several times over the years, my original copy disappeared. I was very happy to find a copy of the book available at a reasonable price.
fetish
An old-school classic from a softer more romantic era.
Garr
A classic. Fine storytelling. And certainly not implausible.
Kajishakar
This novel is a little dated in that it writes about a "future" date that we're already beyond, but just like "1984" that doesn't keep the story from being very engaging and gripping. The things it points out about society and government "black ops", coupled with the view of people surviving as "outlaws" makes for a very good read.
Invissibale
An excellent concept of a story, if a little dated with 1980's views of the future. I read this story over 25years ago, and still enjoyed reading it again!
Hidden Winter
This is a great book, way better then you'd think when you pick it up. Highly recommended... Great read, Preppers, a bit of sci-fi and a government conspiracy, what's not to love... I couldn't put it down.
Given that this book is by Stewart Farrar, I thought the book would be heavy-handed for Wicca. This is not necessarily the case although they are among the protagonists.
This book is set in the future when we have discovered a new source of power. Unfortunately, man doesn't think to truly understand the ramifications until things get out of hand. The government does recognize this and attempts to blame the "witches."
Farrar walks the reader through Wiccan ceremony and thought without making it sound like a manual. He shows us that there are practitioners of black magic as well as white. Similarly, he shows us that there are good and bad government people. Overall, he was very even-handed in his depictions.
Without giving anything away, this is a science fiction novel about a future catastrophe and how people work to overcome this event. Although it is not going to win any awards, it is a pleasant read for a rainy afternoon.