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  1. I like reading liturgies of any tradition as they are instructive and horizon broadening. This liturgy on arousing kundalini (http://www.fellowshipofisis.com/liturgy/mel4_orig.pdf) is worth a read. It's from the Fellowship of Isis. The small print says that the ritual is to be performed by Fellowship of Isis members only, but a lot can still be gleaned from it nevertheless.
  2. For their outlook and approach, these two versions of The Charge of the Goddess are worth reading. The first is the original(?) from Doreen Valiente and the second Starhawk's adaption. Source: http://www.sacred-texts.com/bos/bos058.htm Source: http://kaykeys.net/spirit/earthspirituality/goddesscharge.html Don't know if anyone else likes to make connections between traditions, identifying themes and images. Vajranatha (John Myrdhin Reynolds) does: Wicca, Paganism and Tantra Wisdom Dakinis,Passionate and Wrathful