(Prose) The Grotto by Nane Jordan

This morning I hiked up the mountain of St. Baume, through the beautiful, ancient Druid forest, to Mary Magdalene’s cave where she spent the last 30 years of her life as a contemplative.

(Prose) Noli me tangere by Nane Jordan

Amazing, I am holed up (as in: a refuge, a cave) for three days in St. Maximin, an ancient little village holding the gothic basilica of Mary Magdalene. Her relics, Read More …

(Poem) Hecate's Moon by Sara Wright

Lupita, Guadalupe – Your agave points of light glow in grave darkness.   Hecate’s Moon is Red. The Raven slices the sky into shards. The River catches shivering stars.   Read More …

(Essay) The Controversy of the 'Old Religion': The Necessity of Intrafaith Dialogue by Patricia 'Iolana

As a presenter in the Contemporary Pagan Studies Group at the recent American Academy of Religion, I was looking forward to the possibility of some meaningful intrafaith dialogue (dialogue between Read More …

(Prose) Reacquainted with the juice by Nane Jordan

A wonderful, magical weekend. Spent with sister-scholars, friends, mentors and elders from the Women’s Spirituality Masters of Arts program in the San Francisco Bay area, a trip I have made Read More …

Nicole Schwab's book review of the Heart of the Labyrinth by Mary Petiet

What if it really is as simple as changing our minds?

This is the central question of Nicole Schwab’s book, The Heart of the Labyrinth (Womancraft Publishing, 2014).

(Prose 2) The Cailleach: The Ancestral Mother of Scotland By Jude Lally

A Wild and Ancient Site There are many sites across Scotland and Ireland relating to the Cailleach for there wasn’t just one Cailleach as she had many sisters. Less than Read More …

(Prose 1) The Cailleach: The Ancestral Mother of Scotland by Jude Lally

“She is a symbolic personification of a cosmos that has been in place since time immemorial, certainly since before human society.”                    Read More …

(Special Post) Why I am a RTM Contributor by Sara Wright

We feminists must work harder than others to be acknowledged and MAGO has been a beacon in the night for those of us who continue to choose this life -path.