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Thou workest Thine own work....

O Mother, all is done after Thine own sweet will;
Thou art in truth self-willed, Redeemer of mankind!
Thou workest Thine own work; men only call it theirs. 6 more words

Feminine Divine

Garbo: Her Run-In with Leo the Lion

In 1925, Greta Garbo signed a contract with Louis B. Mayer’s MGM studios and came to the United States from Sweden with her director/mentor Maurice Stiller. 301 more words


Daily Charmcast: Nine of Water, the Lady of the Lake

Wish, darlings, but watch out: wishes are the keys to both your joy and your sorrows. The Lady controls both the Noose and the Keys. Your wishing can set you free, or it can be your downfall, especially if you’re one of those people (like us here at Muse’s Darling Industries) who occasionally have to worry about making money to make a living. 19 more words


Storm Goddess

Storm Goddess is an angry goddess that is a terrifying aspect of nature.

A poem by me, and a site to check out!

So there’s this blog called Feminism and Religion which I have been following for a couple of weeks now.  It’s a great space with many authors contributing.  159 more words


13 Beautiful Women: #2

This is part of an ongoing series of entries about 13 beautiful women in my life.

My great aunt Haven (don’t you just adore that name?) lived long enough for me to know her. 258 more words

Star Mother

My latest post to my blog Roads to Vanaheim at PaganSquare, entitled Star Mother, is up.