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June Solstice 2018 C.E.

Earth enters the Season of Solstice in our orbit around Mother Sun: She/we are tilted in both hemispheres to the furthest point; either away from, or toward, Sun – our source of life and energy. For the Southern Hemisphere it is the Winter Solstice – the time of longest hours of dark. For the Northern Hemisphere […]

Cosmogenesis Poetry by Elisabet Sahtouris

A story to be told to the child whom we all are: Cosmogenesis   Evolutionary biologist, Dr. Elisabet Sahtouris is quoted a lot in Chapter 1 PaGaian Cosmology “Gaia, Goddess, Cosmogenesis and the Wheel of the Year”. Her book Earthdance is her full story of EarthGaia’s advent and unfolding, and freely available here. And a bonus, another […]

The Network Of The Imaginary Mother

Robin Morgan (1941- ), poet, author, political theorist and activist, journalist and more, reading her ovarian poem The Network of the Imaginary Mother when it was first published in Lady of the Beasts (1976). I learned so much from it back then, and often quoted whole swathes of it over the decades. the last part in […]

Song of Hecate

a perfect Samhain contemplation by Bridget McKern 1993 (to be read uproariously) let birds out of cages! let bitches bitch! and dogs be dogs screech and moan to the moon let crows de-feet the plastic surgeons and cry “faarck” to the open sky we will have age in all her beauty. rivers of tears and […]

Samhain/Beltaine Moment @ EarthGaia May 2018

In our everyday sacred journey around Mother Sun – the “Turas”[i] of our Planet Earth – our orbit is moving us towards the Seasonal Moment of Samhain/Beltaine: the cross-quarter between Equinox and Solstice – further into Autumn towards Winter in the Southern Hemisphere, and further into Spring towards Summer in the Northern Hemisphere. The Moment […]

Chomo-Lung-Ma

Chomo-Lung-Ma Goddess Mother of the Universe claimed as Mt. Everest since 1863 C.E.  because Mr. Everest climbed Her and it was said that he conquered Her.   May She be free again to be Her native self. May all our colonised, climbed and conquered bodyminds know our native selves again. Glenys Livingstone, PaGaian Cosmology. Note/Addendum: […]

The Heraklion Museum: A Critique of the Neolithic Display by Carol P. Christ

If I had been asked to write the words that introduce visitors to the Heraklion Archaeological Museum of Crete to its earliest inhabitants, I would have said something like this: While there is evidence that human beings visited Crete as early as 150,000 years ago, the first permanent settlers arrived from Anatolia in the New…

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A collection of essays & photos by William A. Young, linking travel, Celtic mythology, and some associated odds-and-ends

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