Posts Tagged ‘ Goddess ’

Christmas Goddess

Dec 11th, 2017 | By

  The Divine Son Christmas is seen by many as the celebration of when the ‘divine son’ was born to a virgin who was impregnated by God in the year 0. The virgin’s son was called Jesus and would grow up to perform miracles and preach what is essentially Hindu influenced beliefs in and around

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Goddess or Guardian Angel?

Nov 24th, 2017 | By

  Scotland Tour My connection to the energies of the goddess began two decades ago with two incidents that changed my awareness of what I believed was my reality. The first came when I was touring Scotland on my motorbike exploring my roots from my father’s side. I had just visited my ancestral castle Drum

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Creativity and the Goddess

Nov 22nd, 2017 | By

Greetings, I’m absolutely delighted to be writing for Moon Books; and in honor of the season I would like to express my sincerest gratitude.  My delight may also be because I get to write about one of my favorite topics, the Goddess! For this post, I would like you to consider how creativity and art

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Out now – iPagan

Oct 19th, 2017 | By

iPagan is an anthology of Druidry, Shamanism, Witchcraft and Goddess Spirituality from some of the world’s leading Pagan voices. Here’s what you can find in this exciting new anthology: PART I DRUIDRY The Ever Changing Faces of the Gods ~ Luke Eastwood The Promise ~ Joanna van der Hoeven Is It True Or Are You

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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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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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Stalking the Goddess

Apr 17th, 2017 | By

Mark Carter’s Stalking the Goddess is a companion book for Robert Graves’ The White Goddess. It makes sense of this often challenging, sometime impenetrable text. Here’s an excerpt from early in the book… Graves’s ancient matriarchy, which worshiped a mother goddess, the associations of the moon to women, the seasons and reincarnation, the twin gods

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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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