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  • (Mago Almanac 3) Restoring 13 Month 28 Day Calendar by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang
    [This and the following sequels are from Mago Almanac: 13 Month 28 Day Calendar (Book A), Years 1 and 2 (5, 6, 9, 10…), 5915-6 MAGO ERA, 2018-9 CE (Mago Books, 2017).] We want to get back the 13th Friday. This almanac shows how that is possible. Helen Hye-Sook Hwang INTRODUCTION (Continued) HOW TO USE THE MAGO ALMANAC The Magoist Calendar employs […]
  • (Art & Poem) Autumn Equinox by Sudie Rakusin and Aphrodite Rose
      Autumn Equinox by Aphrodite Rose Pomegranates and persimmons And fruits from the vine Persephone yields As we ponder the Divine   Meet Mago Contributor Sudie Rakusin and Meet Mago Contributor Aphrodite Rose Art and poem stanza are from Celebrating Seasons of the Goddess. Recent CommentsSara on (Art & Poem) Autumn Equinox by Sudie […]
  • (Poem) The Arisen Christ: A parable by Janie Rezner
    Once upon a time, in a land not so far away, there lived a handsome prince, known far and wide for his beauty of spirit. One day, while riding in the forest on his beautiful white horse, the prince scratched his head on a low-hanging branch of the tree he was riding under. He fell instantly asleep and remained sleeping for centuries. All the Earth […]
  • (Prose) To Every Season by Deanne Quarrie
    We are closing in on the last of the season of abundance. Wherever we look we see Her harvest around us. Purple grapes hang from their vines. Branches hang heavy from the weight of fruit and sweet nuts. All the forces of life have done their work ~ the sun ~ the rain ~ the earth ~ the wind ~ all have added and blessed everything with fruitful […]
  • (Poem) Honouring Artist Pamela Colman-Smith by Andrea Nicki
    She illustrated the Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck, the world’s most popular tarot deck. Rider was the company that produced it, Waite was her collaborator. She received no money from the sales and died penniless while Waite became rich and famous. I wonder about the tarot readings she did for herself. Did she pull the Three of Pentacles, the […]
  • (Prose) Water, Spiritual Source by Deanne Quarrie
    We are creatures of water. Water is our original source as well as what makes up at least 70% of our bodies. It is part of every cell and fiber in us and is our essence. What if water were the common denominator weaving all of life (earth, animal, human, and plant) together? Is it what connects us all? It is pretty incredible when you realize that […]
  • (Essay) Once in Okinawa by Luciana Percovich
    It’s a common trait of the most ancient religions in human history, that the cult could only occur in the open air – as still the Celts expressed, “in a space not built by human hands.” This trait is proper to pre-patriarchal civilizations all over the world, as in the Japanese archipelago of Okinawa, studied by J. Herbert in La Religion […]
  • (Art) Three Golden Rings by Jassy Watson
    She emerges into full bloom at Spring and is reminded of the circle of life and her part within it. Recent CommentsSara on (Art & Poem) Autumn Equinox by Sudie Rakusin and Aphrodite RoseAndrea L Nicki on (Poem) Honouring Artist Pamela Colman-Smith by Andrea NickiAndrea L Nicki on (Poem) Honouring Artist Pamela Colman-Smith by Andrea NickiSara […]
  • (Essay) Sacred Datura Sings in the Rain by Sara Wright
    Last night I was sitting on the porch listening to the rain. The sweet scent of water wafted in through the open window as the song Tree of Life was playing softly in the dark. In my heart I was thanking each and every tree, especially those that surrounded the house for their protective canopies and for their steadfast love and support for me […]

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  • (Essay) Sacred Datura Sings in the Rain by Sara Wright
    Last night I was sitting on the porch listening to the rain. The sweet scent of water wafted in through the open window as the song Tree of Life was playing softly in the dark. In my heart I was thanking each and every tree, especially those that […]
  • (Book Summary) codex sapphistra from Dark Matters by Susan Hawthorne
    In my novel, Dark Matters, Desi niece of the main character Kate, is trying to work her way through her aunt’s papers. She keeps coming across fragments, poems and writing about her life and family. Kate is entranced by the Greek mythic […]
  • Diana the Huntress(Prose) What is Apple Branch Dianic Witchcraft? By Deanne Quarrie, D. Min. HPS
    Dianic Witchcraft For every woman who calls herself Dianic, you will receive a different response to that question.  Rather than quote other sources, let me just create for you who we are. We are a Goddess-centered, earth-based, feminist […]
  • (Essay) A Gallery of Toxic and Pornified “Goddesses” by Max Dashu
    I can’t stand it. For some time I’ve been thinking that something needs to be said about the the toxic femininity scripts   creeping into “Goddess” imagery, mass-media contamination, and all in the name of women’s empowerment. These posed, stilted, […]
  • (Mago Almanac 1) Restoring 13 Month 28 Day Calendar by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang
    [This and the following sequels are from Mago Almanac: 13 Month 28 Day Calendar (Book A), Years 1 and 2 (5, 6, 9, 10…), 5915-6 MAGO ERA, 2018-9 CE (Mago Books, 2017).] We want to get back the 13th Friday. This almanac shows how that is possible. […]
  • (Book Announcement 1) Celebrating Seasons of the Goddess by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang, Ph.D. & Mary Ann Beavis, Ph.D.
    Forthcoming 2017 by Mago Books. Editors: Helen Hye-Sook Hwang and Mary Ann Beavis Celebrating Seasons of the Goddess restores the original vision of celebrating cultural and natural landmarks from the perspective of Goddess feminist activism. By […]
  • (Prose) Immaculate First Child by Glenys Livingstone Ph.D.
    She had not really accepted that her body was female. Such a body had no validity, it was not the real thing. Yet here she was apparently pregnant. Her abdomen was beginning to bulge in a very unfamiliar way. She looked at it in amazement. That […]
  • 2015 in review
    The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 39,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at […]

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