How to Survive Life (and Death) by Robert Kopecky (Review)

How to Survive Life and Death

I had started the book hoping for wild descriptions of near death experiences and the afterlife, because I am a drama addict. However, what I received from reading the book was perhaps more profound. [Read more...]

The Theban Oracle by Greg Jenkins (Review)

The Theban Oracle

Greg Jenkins has achieved the enviable accomplishment of creating a divination system with a great deal of depth and utility, while still being easy to understand by those just beginning along a magickal path. [Read more...]

When Grief Becomes Ritual, When Remembering Renews

Photo by Michael Rauner

Last year, I lost a beloved companion. Reclaiming’s Spiral Dance ritual, now in its 35th year, was the sacred space in which I mourned. Each year, hundreds of people gather in this place to celebrate and dance with the dead, those whose names we know, and those whose names we do not know — because what is remembered, lives. [Read more...]

Sewing for Athena

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I decided to learn how to sew and make costumes because sewing and handicrafts are in Athena’s domain. When I gave that pillow to Athena, I was not simply giving a gift. It was a thank you for all the ways that I became a better person simply by exploring the skills she governs. [Read more...]

Goddess Spells for Busy Girls (Review)

Goddess Spells

GODDESS SPELLS FOR BUSY GIRLS is an accessible, warm and lighthearted book introducing a young adult reader to the magic of world Goddesses. The book inspires the reader to find out more about the world’s Goddesses and encourages girls to be strong, creative and empowered individuals who see themselves mirrored in the many faces of the divine. [Read more...]

Remembering Nelson Mandela: A Reflection by Selena Fox

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Let us remember Nelson Mandela and celebrate his life, legacy, and good works which have inspired so many of us. May we take inspiration in carrying on the quest for interfaith understanding and collaboration for freedom, justice, reconciliation, equality, and world peace. [Read more...]

A Professional Priesthood?

Wendy Griffin

To me, whether or not to have professional ministry is the wrong question. We have one even if we don’t call it that. The real question is, do we want an educated ministry? [Read more...]


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