Pan: Great God of Nature by Leo Vinci


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Neptune Press, 1993. First edition. 375 pages. Corners creased including some rear pages, foxing to edges but internally clean with no markings or inscriptions. A good copy of a scarce title. 

'Of all the ancient Gods, perhaps the most misunderstood is Pan, the God of the All. He has been demonised and romanticised, interpreted and re-interpreted, to the point where the original nature of the deity has been forgotten. 
Combing classical and occult scholarship, Leo Vinci sets out to recover the true Pan, God of Nature: both the nature without and the nature within us. Here then, are the ancient myths and histories, the religious festivals, the mysteries and meanings of the Great God Pan. Also other Greek and Roman nature deities are covers. 
Yet this text is not only a work of scholarship and ancient lore. In a beautifully evocative pathworking, through The Tree of Pan, we may rediscover the God for ourselves. A quest which is powerfully relevant to contemporary life.'