Worlding the Earth

Behead Pool

On a hill in Seattle, barely hidden in a cluster of trees, there sits a small shrine. You'll see it: a pillar of wood and fabric ringed by silver bowls bearing offerings of food, dried herbs, and water. Suspended from the branches of nearby maple and oak swing icons and images, glass and metal catching and reflecting the light in sudden bronze, crimson and blue glimmer. A holy site, a place to honor an ancient goddess, the spirits of the animals she adores, the guardian spirits of the … [Read more...]


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