Caroline Tully

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Gender Female
Industry Arts
Occupation Archaeologist, Craftsperson and Writer
Location Australia
Introduction I am a scholar of ancient religions and their reception. I have many articles available on Academia and my book on tree worship in Late Bronze Age Crete, Cyprus, the Levant and Egypt is available from Peeters, Leuven.
Interests Caroline is interested in the pre-Christian religions of the ancient Mediterranean, the demonisation of the Pagan gods after the rise of Christianity, and their re-appearance in modern mystery religions such as Witchcraft, Neo-Paganism and Ceremonial Magick. A fervid article-writer, Caroline has been published in many international Pagan publications and for six years was a feature writer and reviewer for Australia's 'Witchcraft Magazine'. Caroline has also contributed chapters to several anthologies including 'Practising the Witch's Craft' by Douglas Ezzy (ed.) (Allen and Unwin 2003); 'Pop! Goes the Witch' by Fiona Horne (ed.) (Disinformation 2004); 'Celebrating the Pagan Soul' by Laura Wildman (ed.) (Citadel Press 2005); 'Green Egg Omelette' by Oberon Zell (ed.) (New Page Books 2008); and 'Priestesses, Pythonesses and Sibyls' by Sorita D'Este (ed.) (Avalonia. 2008). In 2009 Caroline contributed a chapter, ‘Samuel Liddell Macgregor Mathers and Isis’ to 'Ten Years of Triumph of the Moon' by Dave Evans and Dave Green (eds.) (Hidden Publications, 2009); and another chapter, ‘Florence and the Mummy’ to 'Women’s Voices in Magic' by Brandy Williams (ed.) (Megalithica Books, 2009) - and other publications not included in this profile.