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 Ph.D., 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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