Parthenogenesis by Den Poitras

Parthenogenesis by Den Poitras

Exploring Women’s Long-lost Ability to Self-conceive Our Rating 5/5 Life on this planet is short, intensive and tough. We are born, eat a lot, pay taxes, and then die – only to come back and do it all over again sometime later. For many younger and less-spiritually-aware Souls the cycle of in and out of successive incarnations; of trying a few new things, failing at even more. and then coming back down again for another round of challenges and trials, seems to be dependent upon the innate desire of members of…

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Tending Brigid’s Flame by Lunaea Weatherstone

Tending Brigid's Flame by Lunaea Weatherstone

St Brigid’s monastery at Kildare, Eire was originally founded in the 5th century by Saint Brigid. It is one of the earliest examples of Christian worship in Ireland. Although Brigid was originally a Celtic goddess – about which little was originally recorded, she was transposed as a religious figure into the much later form of Saint Brigid in which she predominantly remained until her more modern translation back into a goddess. For many Goddess worshipers today, Brigid and her associated sacred, and eternal flame, that still burns in her honor…

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Crop Circles, Jung, and the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine by Gary S. Bobroff

Crop Circles, Jung, and the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine by Gary S. Bobroff

Crop circles continue to confound both researchers and detractors alike. From the early years when they appeared in the fields of Southern England as simple circles through to the massively complex and staggering works of art that now manifest on a regular basis all over the world, every summer, these marvels of the landscape defy to conform to most rational explanations. In Crop Circles, Jung, and the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine, writer and researcher Gary S. Bobroff re-examines the phenomenon within the context of what he believes is a rising…

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Drawing Down the Sun by Stephanie Woodfield

Drawing Down the Sun by Stephanie Woodfield

The Western Mystery Tradition has always considered the Sun, our life-sustainer and spiritual illuminator, to be masculine in nature. However, for many of the Worlds’ ancient cultures the Sun was more usually understood to express feminine rather than masculine characteristics. Drawing Down the Sun: Rekindle the Magick of the Solar Goddesses by Stephanie Woodfield examines these ancient traditions to see what, if anything, they might have to teach us about the role of Sun goddesses throughout history. The book includes research by the author into Important symbols and totems associated…

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Encyclopedia of Goddesses and Heroines by Patricia Monaghan

Encyclopedia of Goddesses and Heroines by Patricia Monaghan

In 1980, when the first encyclopaedia of this type was published by Monaghan, there were the stirrings of a feminist revival in the Western World. Motivated by the increasing shadow of nuclear annihilation, the bra-burning, hippy-centric movement of the 1960s matured into the powerful and politically-astute groups of anti-war and nuclear disarmament movements. These were highly successful political forces who, over the following decade, managed to over-turn a great deal of American and European foreign policy. It was an era in which women not only found their voices but also…

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