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Comments about the soundtrack for The Mists of Avalon (Lee Holdridge)

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Re: The Mists of Avalon is pornography!
• Posted by: Adam J. Wahlberg   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2001, at 12:13 p.m.
• IP Address: spider-wm033.proxy.aol.com
• In Response to: The Mists of Avalon is pornography! (Ken Moody)

Mr. Moody,

To quote the book, "The more I grow older, the more I realize that we worship the same entity, by whatever name." I am Neo-Pagan, and while I accept that incest is morally wrong (and just plain icky!) the book would be an accurate description of the times. Much of a country's nobility was blood-related in some way, and even legitamite marriages were arranged to distant family members. In any event, I've found that morals are in the mind of the person applying them. While perhaps I don't fully agree with you, I do understand where you're coming from. I admire you courage to come forward and speak your own voice. My heart goes out to those that are touched by addictions of any kind. Feel free to e-mail me, it sounds as if we might be able to engage in a good debate about this matter.

Mr. O'Connell, I'm not certain if the film has reached Australia yet, but I can tell you that no film that is only 4 hours long can do justice to the late Ms. Bradley's novel.

I'm sorry to bring this post to the wrong board, but I can never pass up a good discussion about religion.




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