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(Poem) Homo Sapiens by Janine Canan

Whatever I said that was bitter and burning

was not bitter or burning enough to describe

what we have been put through—

Earth, our Mother, and her children. 172 more words

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The Silver Pool

There is a silver pool in my head.

Soft green grass grows at its edges and tiny blue wild flowers with yellow centres invite me to take off my clothes and lie in their fragrant carpet. 650 more words

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(Art) Ingaladdi Sun Woman by Lydia Ruyle

Ingaladdi Sun Woman Ingaladdi Sun Woman is painted around a vulva like natural rock cavity in the Victoria River District of Australia’s Northern Territory. The energy lines around her head and her large vulva suggest Walu, the Aborigine Mother Sun who gives birth to the world. 41 more words

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(Essay 1) The Journey of the Goddess: Pandora Archetypes by Laura Newberry-Yokley

“Not till the loom is silent and the shuttles cease to fly shall God unroll the canvas and explain the reason why the dark threads are as needful in the weaver’s skillful hand as the threads of gold and silver in the pattern he has planned.”    1,196 more words

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Goddess Oracle: Minerva (Beliefs)

After spending two weeks with Artemis, I am ready to move on, and the next goddess coming into our awareness is Minerva.  She feels fitting as well – I have been digging into my family tree and (very deep) ancestry, which has lead me back to roots all over Europe, but especially back to the Romans and their kingdoms as they expanded across Europe. 616 more words

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2015 Nine-Day Solstice Celebration & Call for Video/Audio Presentation

2015 Nine-Day Solstice Celebration & Call for Video/Audio Presentation

We are pleased to announce the Nine-Day Solstice Celebration Project to be hosted by Mago Academy beginning Dec. 849 more words

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(Poem) The Gudrun of El Paso by Gloria Manthos

She sits half listening
to the sing song of Spanish words
that flit so easily
from birds who never
left their nest.
Happily caged.

Her mind conspires against itself, 212 more words

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