Tag Archives: Medusa

Lammas Goddess Slideshow

On February 4th at 3:01 “Universal Time” (as it is named) EarthGaia crossed the midpoint in Her orbit between Solstice and Equinox: for this year of 2019 C.E., and this date varies each year. In the Southern Hemisphere it is the Season of Lammas – the welcoming of the Dark, post-Summer Solstice. Lammas, and all of the […]

Re-visioning Medusa anthology

My proof copy arrived! yay! … almost ready for publication on June Solstice! Re-visioning Medusa: from Monster to Divine Wisdom  edited by Glenys Livingstone Ph.D., Trista Hendren and Pat Daly Check out the Table of Contents   Pre-order here

Mother Medusa: Regenerative One

an essay by Glenys Livingstone Ph.D. for the anthology Re-visioning Medusa: from Monster to Divine Wisdom I first saw Her in myself, and gave voice to Her, after I had given a paper on Women and Religion, at the Women and Labour Conference in Australia in 1980; and the paper had attracted quite a bit […]

Storytime at HearthGround

Thomas Berry has named The Seasonal transitions as “moments of grace” … as they are moments of emergence and return, moments of transformation; and attention to these moments is fruitful As I write EarthGaia passes through the Moment Beltaine/Samhain (9:42 EST Australia) as noted here (for all global times). I share with this video of […]

Pagan Review of My Name is Medusa

MY NAME IS MEDUSA By Glenys Livingstone , Illustrated by Arna Baartz. Review by Veronica Scoot, for The Small Tapestry, Pagan Awareness Network newsletter, Spring 2016. I was thrilled when Glenys Livingstone asked me to review this delicious book. It was put to me as a children’s book, but to be honest, I can’t endorse […]

My Name is Medusa – an Eco-Fable

“A wonderful book of Snake Wisdom for kids, or not-kids, with insights about life, growth, change, dreams, and our relationship to the Whole.” Max Dashu, Suppressed Histories Archives Order at  Amazon Books – available in Kindle and paperback, or The Girl God  “What a beautiful book! If we can learn to love the what we have been taught […]

Medusa: Sister, Mother, Abyss – Mirror

By Glenys Livingstone Ph.D. originally posted at The Girl God blog In the writing of this essay I wish to acknowledge the wisdom of those women who were my earliest re-storative informants about Medusa. The first perhaps was Hélène Cixous with her essay The Laugh of the Medusa which I read in 1980 for my […]

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