Books for Goddess

Mirror magic for the feast day of Mary Magdalene

Jul 22nd, 2018 | By
Every Day Magic

Today is the Feast of Mary Magdalene, who is a Christian saint but is also honoured by many pagans as a symbol of the divine feminine. In the Moon Books community book Every Day Magic, Dorothy Abrams wrote this entry for today, 22 July. She also offered a suggestion for some mirror magic to help

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Aspecting the Goddess – evening talk and reading

May 23rd, 2018 | By

On the 12th June 2018, Jane Meredith will be at Atlantis Bookshop in London for an evening talk and reading of the newly released ‘Aspecting the Goddess’. The event runs from 7pm – 9.30pm. Copies of the book will be available for purchase. Tickets at the door. Atlantis Bookshop is 49a Museum Street, London, WC

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Excerpt from Aspecting the Goddess

May 6th, 2018 | By

Aspecting the Goddess is the latest title from Jane Meredith. Here’s an excerpt from the introduction…. Aspecting the Goddess explores six different techniques for developing relationship with deity. Some of these techniques are usually carried out alone whereas others often take place within ritual or with groups of people. We might call these two approaches

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Aspecting the Goddess – a new book from Jane Meredith

May 1st, 2018 | By

This May we’re publishing a fantastic new title from Jane Meredith. Aspecting the Goddess is a memoir, a workbook and an exploration of twelve different Goddess myths. Aspecting, or drawing down a Goddess, is an invitation to share our bodies and our experience with the divine feminine. Step by step, this book unfolds different levels of

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#wakethewitches Review of “Witch” by Lisa Lister

Jan 31st, 2018 | By

“I didn’t decide to become a witch. I remembered I was one.” Witch, Lisa Lister I’ve been following Lisa’s work for a while now. Her first two books, Code Red and Love Your Lady Landscape are really good reads and I’ve recommended them a number of times to people feeling out of tune with their

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Jhenah Telyndru

Jan 21st, 2018 | By

Jhenah Telyndru first worked with Moon Books in 2016 when she wrote the introduction to the anthology The Goddess In America. We’re delighted to announce that in 2018 we will be publishing her introduction to the Goddess Rhiannon http://www.moon-books.net/books/pagan-portals-rhiannon Jhenah holds an MA in Celtic Studies from the University of Wales, Trinity St. David, as

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Invoking Animal Magic

Oct 29th, 2017 | By

Hearth Moon Rising’s Invoking Animal Magic applies a modern pagan understanding to the wealth of animal wisdom in folklore and myth.   Hearth Moon rising talking on Women’s Radio – http://www.womensradio.com/2013/12/invoking-animal-magic-with-hearth-moon-rising/ Read an excerpt here – http://moon-books.net/blogs/moonbooks/invoking-animal-magic-excerpts/ Buy the book- AMAZON US AMAZON UK BARNES & NOBLE HIVE  INDIEBOUND



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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