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Introducing our new series: Women in Ancient Cultures

Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce a new series in ancient history, encompassing all women from all ancient cultures, and all areas of the world, from approximately 4000 BCE to 800 CE. 693 more words


Our Climate Crisis and Humanity's Extinction: Just a Question of Time?

Philip Jamieson and Marianne Schmidt

As the world continues to endure the ravages of a global viral pandemic, we can easily lose our focus on the urgent need to address our growing climate crisis. 1,522 more words

Ancient Cultures

Christian Mysticism

I went back and forth with this writing because of the sensitivity with it, but with all the confusion that is in our world now, and for clarity’s sake, we have to have transparency with this subject. 795 more words

My Musings

Old Pagan Religions

“The old Pagan religions were never ‘created’ …What little we can trace indicates a descent from Paleolithic and Neolithic fertility cults, hence the common symbols of the Earth Mother Goddess and the Horned God, representing, respectively, the vegetable and animal life of the Earth. 82 more words

My Musings

Pumice Raft or Life Raft?

Featured image: Pumice raft, 13 August 2019. Detail from NASA Earth Observatory image by Joshua Stevens, using Landsat data from the U.S. Geological Survey… 2,560 more words

Ancient Cultures

Mary Magdalene

I wrote this awhile back after studying Gnostism for 2 years and studying with a Jewish Rabbi for almost a year – before I dedicated and initiated into the Craft. 514 more words


Lughnasadh 2020

What a year it has been since 2019 when we were here at place on the wheel last.
This time last year I had a routine surgery that turned and had me fighting for my life. 665 more words