Books for Goddess

The Power of the Crone

Oct 13th, 2017 | By

Modern Paganism often divides female divinity into the forms of maid, mother and crone. Often the maid and mother archetypes seem to get the most attention. Here are two books that particularly explore the power of the crone aspect of the Goddess. Kissing the Hag by Emma Restall Orr explores the Dark Goddess and the

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Excerpt from The Goddess in America

Aug 25th, 2017 | By

Those of us who dwell in North America are both blessed and burdened by the spiritual legacies of the indigenous peoples of the land where we dwell, the spiritual traditions of the lands from which our ancestors may have emigrated, and the call to create new iterations of spirituality in the collective matrix of the

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Invoking Animal Magic – excerpts

Jun 17th, 2017 | By

Here’s a powerful little tale from Hearth Moon Rising’s Invoking Animal Magic: Once she was a spritely Lass who brought the joy of spring, but now she was Cailleach, she was old. As she hobbled to church that sunny morning, she spied berries, sweet berries that in her childhood she loved. The Cailleach picked the

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Aspecting the Goddess

May 13th, 2017 | By

We’re excited to announce that there is a new title from Jane Meredith in the pipeline: Aspecting the Goddess will be both a workbook offering six different ways of working with Goddesses (or any deity) and also contain substantial memoir pieces reflecting each of these different ways of working. Jane also has a workshop in

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Dark Goddess Books

Nov 29th, 2016 | By

We live in challenging times, so perhaps it is little wonder that so many readers are finding a need to connect with Dark Goddesses, or dark aspects of The Goddess. Hekate: A Devotional – Vivienne Moss Hekate, Queen of Witches and the Shadow-Lands, haunts the pages of this devotional bringing magic and enchantment into your

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Goddess in America – featured author Laura Perry

Oct 21st, 2016 | By

From Laura Perry, one of the authors contributing to the Moon Books anthology The Goddess in America I’m an American, born of American parents whose ancestors have lived on this continent for well over two centuries. But my spirituality focuses largely on the Minoans of ancient Crete, half a world and three millennia distant from

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New for October: The Goddess in America

Oct 3rd, 2016 | By

An anthology with contributions from nineteen writers, The Goddess in America is a book that identifies the enduring experience of Goddess Spirituality through a four-part discussion focused on the Native Goddess, the Migrant Goddess, the Goddess in relation to other aspects of American culture (Feminism, Christianity, Witchcraft etc.) and the Goddess in contemporary America. Here’s

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World Goddess Day

Sep 4th, 2016 | By

Next month sees the publication of Moon Books’ brilliant new anthology Goddess in America. To celebrate World Goddess Day and to give you a sneak preview, here is the book’s Introduction, written by Jhenah Telyndru   Introduction A melting pot of nations. A cauldron of cultures. A medicine bundle of traditions and peoples brought together

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The Goddess In America

Jun 17th, 2016 | By

The Divine Feminine in Cultural Context An exploration of Goddess Spirituality in American history, herstory and culture. An anthology with contributions from nineteen writers, The Goddess in America is a book that identifies the enduring experience of Goddess Spirituality through a four-part discussion focused on the Native Goddess, the Migrant Goddess, the Goddess in relation

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Dark Journeys and reader responses

Apr 21st, 2016 | By

It’s always exciting when a reader responds to a book. Seeing someone take your work and act on it, is a powerful affirmation for the author – it’s a reason to keep thinking and writing. Most authors are not making vast sums of money from their work, and aren’t motivated by the royalty payments. What

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