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The Healing Spirit of Sacred Play by Carolyn Lee Boyd

Many years ago I was attended seasonal, Goddess-focused revels featuring handmade trinkets, including some by tremendously talented artists who attended. One year, our springtime fete was mercy with spectacular paints, intricately entwine and colorful fabric skill, sensuous carves, and exquisitely coated eggs. I introduced a Peeps diorama depicting the reunion of Demeter and Persephone.( For […]

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Biblical Poetry by Janet MaiKa’i Rudolph

This blogpost is about biblical compositions and uncovering the wizard and spirit behind its messages. Why, you might ask, is this a project that belongs on a blog dedicated to feminism? I believe it does because it helps us to strip apart the many coatings of patriarchy with its attempts to hide and/ or alteration […]

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Aren’t We All Divine Children? by Janet MaiKa’i Rudolph

Consider the following four birth stories 😛 TAGEND A high priestess became pregnant in a manner that was forbidden in her culture. She presented birth to a child son. Fearing for her child’s life, she fad a basket of rusheds and cast him into a flow. He was retrieved by a serviceman appointed Akki whose […]

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God’s Womb by Joyce Zonana

The first time I came across the phrase, I speculated I must be making a mistake. “Que Dieu l’enveloppe dans sa matrice, ” the move speak in French, “May God’s womb enfold her, ” or possibly,” May God enfold her in His womb .” His womb? I’d just started translating Ce pays qui te ressemble[ […]

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Mother Goddess and Mothers Hold the Key

I am of my mother- from the swirl adepts of the cosmos through the long moving, contacting and expanding- birthed of her body, nourished by her love. ” Star Stuff” by Judith Shaw ” My Black Madonna” by Judith Shaw I am mother. You came to see me through blood and bones to be suckled […]