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Dionysian Rites by Carol P. Christ

In today’s blog, I offer an excerpt from my soon to be re-published memoir, A Serpentine Path: Mysteries of the Goddess. The setting is Zaros, Crete, the time of year is mid-October. 1,101 more words


Rosh Hashanah and the Goddess by Joyce Zonana

When I was growing up in the 1950s in my Egyptian Jewish immigrant home, each of the High Holidays was imbued with sacredness, thanks largely to my mother’s commitment to a creating a harmonious and memorable gathering of family and friends.  1,027 more words


I am mad by Mama Donna Henes

I am mad. So very mad. No, that doesn’t begin to describe it. I am pissed. I am angry. I am irate. I am incensed. I am outraged. 707 more words


The Great Dragon, Níðhöggr by Deanne Quarrie

I am a student of the Northern European/Old Icelandic worldview known as Seidr. What I find particularly fascinating in my studies are not the deities but rather the creatures living on the World Tree, along with the Primordial Giants who predated the gods. 629 more words


Four Days of Bliss (or How I used The System to beat The System) by Vibha Shetiya

I’m not particularly fond of my periods – they’re painful and full of cramps. But they are a part of who I am, and I’m not going to apologize for them. 1,014 more words


The Forces Between Us

By Lorraine V. Cuddeback

The first time I fell in love, it was with Baltimore. I spent four years walking the streets of that city — being sure to know the “safe” places to go. 1,410 more words

Theology And Culture

Reports for the eSMCs project (2011-2014)

The project eSMCs: Extending SensoriMotor Contingencies to Cognition (1/2011-12/2014, EU FP7-ICT-2009-6 no: 270212) has recently come to an end. You can find more information on the project website. 112 more words

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