Anna Tzanova

View all posts by Anna Tzanova. Anna Tzanova, M.A. E-mail:  imim@sbcglobal.net Residence: Northern California Born and raised in Bulgaria;  lived for almost a decade in Toronto, Canada and close to Read More …

(Essay) Cook, Eat, Celebrate, Heal Lessons from the Yakbab by Anna Tzanova, M.A.

“Glutinous rice is mixed with oil and honey, pine nuts and dates. Families in the neighborhood share bowls of this rice with each other as the magpie awakes, seduced by Read More …

(Special Post 1) "The Oldest Civilization" and its Agendas by Mago Circle Members

[Editor’s Note: The following discussion took place in response to an article listed blow by the members of The Mago Cirlce, Facebook group of Goddessians/Magoists from May 6 to May Read More …

How do you say what The Mago Work is? by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang & Mago Circle Members

It took many years for me to pronounce the communal nature of the Mago Work. Defining the Mago Work necessarily endows us with the bird’s eye view of the Great Read More …

(Art) Nurture by Anna Tzanova

(Essay 2 Part 3) Why Do I Love Korean Historical Dramas? by Anna Tzanova

Part 3 UNIVERSAL APPEAL The worldwide success of Korean historical drama began in 2004, when Dae Jang Geum (대장금), “The Great Jang Geum”, or “Jewel in the Palace”—a Sageuk relating a Read More …

(Essay 2 Part 2) Why Do I Love Korean Historical Dramas? by Anna Tzanova, M.A.

Part 2   ENGAGING THE MIND   It makes me cringe every time someone calls Korean drama, especially the historical genre, a soap opera. The fact that they are TV Read More …

(Essay 2 Part 1) Why Do I Love Korean Historical Dramas? by Anna Tzanova

Part 1 Fans, journalists, critics, and academia in multiple fields have studied this world phenomenon; have written blogs, articles, books; and presented in conferences, dissecting, and making predictions. Still, the magic Read More …

(Video) The Mago Work by Mago Sisters by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang

(Essay 1) How Did I Fall In Love with Korean Historical Drama? by Anna Tzanova, M.A.

Go to online class, Korean Historical Dramas.  “To become a kairomancer¹, you need to learn to trust your feelings as you walk the roads of this world, to develop your personal science Read More …

Meet Mago Contributor Anna Tzanova

Anna Tzanova, M.A. E-mail:  imim@sbcglobal.net Residence: Northern California Born and raised in Bulgaria;  lived for almost a decade in Toronto, Canada and close to two decades in Northern California;  proficient Read More …