Farewell Sir Terry Pratchett

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Last week the world’s media announced the death of British fantasy novelist Terry Pratchett . After 70 books, 70 million sales in 37 languages, and 44 years as a professional author, one of the wittiest, cleverest, and insightful writers passed into the Great Beyond, but the work that he has done for literature and for charity lives on. [Read more...]

Honoring Maat

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Linked to harmony and balance is an inner spiritual state which we could call a sense of propriety, fitness or appropriateness. This is found in ancient Egyptian tradition in the Goddess Maat. Maat is depicted in Egyptian temple art as a Goddess with a feather in her hair; but for those of us who are less theistic, Maat can be thought of as an abstract principle of what is right and fitting. [Read more...]

Isis: A Multi-Cultural Goddess

Isis

Let us honor Isis, a Goddess for the world in which we now live, a global interconnected village united under the vault of the Heaven’s Queen. [Read more...]


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