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PanGaia #32 - The Power of Myth & Legend

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PanGaia #32 - The Power of Myth & Legend

Urban Legends: Mythology for an Internet Age · A Wilderness of Steel: Uncovering the Roots of Urban Legends · Mermaids! Sirens of the Sea · Hot Pattootie, Bless My Soul · Drawing Down the Moon, the Movie · Creating the Pagan Future: Solidarity · There Should Have Been Ravens · Shadows of the Sun: The Beauty of Black Flowers · It's the Sweat That Makes Them Sweeter · Toe to Toe: Should Pagans Circle in Single Gender Groups? · Hot Flash by Ji Goss · Pandora by Jamie Freeman · Words and Wheels: Lammas · Gaian Gardening: Berries for the Picking · Wolf Journeys: Using All Six Senses · Connecting the Dots: Pagan Kids and Education · Goddess in America: Las Vegas · The Gospel According to Gaia: Fraud and Paganism · The Last Word: Lions, Tiger, and Bears · Ask Your Mama · Rental Goddess · 80 illustrated pages. Edited by Elizabeth Barrette. Summer 2002.


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PanGaia #31 - Wisdom of the East

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PanGaia #31 - Wisdom of the East

Path of the Dragon: The Art and Science of Feng Shui · Finding North · Eastern Mind, Western Life: The Story of Falun Gong and Falun Dafa · A Stroll Down Samurai Lane · Old Faithful: The Monk's Bowl · Ozark Avalon: The Rite Place to be · The Science & Magic of Spirit · Coyote Steals Kokepelli's Flute: Pagan Fiction by Barbara Fisher · Toe to Toe: Should Pagan Get Involved in Politics? · Underworld Perspective: Titans and Giants · Words and Wheels: Beltane - The Delights of May · Goddess Journeys: Journey Into Compassion · Deep Time Medicine: Reclaiming Our Wild Nature · Gaian Gardening: Restoration of Our Souls · The Last Word: Mysteries of the East and West · Ask Your Mama · Rental Goddess · 80 illustrated pages. Edited by Elizabeth Barrette. Spring 2002.


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PanGaia #30 - Hearth and Home

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PanGaia #30 - Hearth and Home

In an eco-pagan vein, see the results when Joanna Powell Colbert and her spouse took on their dream project in "We Built Our Own House: Made of Straw" and celebrate the blessing of nature's soundscape in Steve Perrin's lyrical article "Primal Silence." Gaia's influence is felt in "The Science and Magic of Earth" (4th in our five-part series on the Elements) and in Dagonet and a family ritual for celebrating "Imbolc: the Heart of the Fire."

The earthy, practical tone of the issue continues with "The Megalithic Revival", "Field of Dreams: The Agro-Art of Whitney Krueger", R.J.Stewart's "A Faery Ceremony of Reconciliation," reviews of several Gaian books on straw bale building, saving medicinal herbs, building healthy homes, and much more.

Plus the bonus section "A Pagan Response to September 11" which provides a revealing look back at the reactions of Pagan leaders to the 911 event, and "Does Gaia Really Care?" an editorial on the same topic by SageWoman and Witches & Pagans editor Anne Newkirk Niven.

 80 pages, edited by Elizabeth Barrette and released December of 2001.


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PanGaia #29 - The Fruits of Tradition

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PanGaia #29 - The Fruits of Tradition

Finding Ella: A Witch Goes in Search of Her Family Heritage · I Could a Tale Unfold: The Lively Tradition of Contemporary Storytelling · Traditions of the Land: Laying My Brother to Rest in the Igbo Way · Cutting the Cord: When You Must Withdraw Life Support · A World of Faeries: The Magic of Brian Froud · Spiritual Skin · The Science & Magic of Water · Reunited: Pagan Fiction by James Patrick Updike · Golden Gone: Pagan Fiction by Phoebe Wray · Underworld Perspective: Fairies, Nature Spirits, and Elementals · Words and Wheels: Samhain - The Point Between · Goddess Journeys: Epiphany · Deep Time Medicine: Remembering the Ancestral Forest · The Gospel According to Gaia: An Open Letter to Jim Wallis · Gaian Gardening: For All My Relations · The Last Word: Animism: The Really Old-Time Religion · Ask Your Mama · Rental Goddess · 80 illustrated pages. Edited by Elizabeth Barrette. Autumn 2001.


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PanGaia #28 - Evolution of the Gods

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PanGaia #28 - Evolution of the Gods

How to Become a Goddess: Towards a General Field Theory of Deification · Robin Hood: Rebel With an Eternal Cause · The King is Dead, Long Live the King: The Hidden Dangers of Celebrity Veneration · New Threads for Old: Speculative Fiction as Modern Myth · On Tomorrow's Ocean: Gaian Themes in Science Fiction · Barbie: Our Lady of Perpetual Consumption · Didgerido: The Sound of the Earth · Sweat it Out: Enduring Sweatlodges · The Science & Magic of Fire · Faith: Pagan Fiction by C.J. St. Michael · Underworld Perspective: Into the Underworld · Magick in the Third Dimension: Reclaiming the Tribe · Goddess Journeys: Tuning Into Earth Energies · Deep Time Medicine: Dams and Floods · Gaian Gardening: The Dooryard Garden · The Last Word: God is a Bird in a Toaster · Ask Your Mama · Rental Goddess · 80 illustrated pages. Edited by Elizabeth Barrette. Summer 2001.


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PanGaia #27 - Honoring Gaia

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PanGaia #27 - Honoring Gaia

The Big Picture: Why the Environment and the Economy Aren't Really at War · Preserving Our Medicinal Plants · Sugar Windows: The Beauty and Utility of Heritage Apples · Dianic Gaianism: An Organic Spiritual Path · Growing an Eco-Village at Twin Oaks · Creating a Common Vision: Five Ways to Seed and Cultivate Your Own Community · Grin and Bear It: The Story of La Tigresa · Seeding the Goddess Into Our Lives: An Interview With Sacred Source Founder Freeman Allen · Return to Avalon: Goddess Culture in Glastonbury · The Science and Magic of Air · You Can't Stop Progress by John Broussard · Toe to Toe: Should the Makah Be Permitted to Hunt Whales? · Underworld Perspective: The Faery Realm · Magick in the Third Dimension: The Power of Self Love · Goddess Journeys: Culture War at Çatal Höyük · Deep Time Medicine: Cyber Jukebox Benefit for Rainforests · The Gospel According to Gaia: Do We Need Charity? · Gaian Gardening: Our Ancestor Plants · The Last Word: The Power of the Worm · Ask Your Mama · Rental Goddess · 80 illustrated pages. Edited by Elizabeth Barrette. Spring 2001.


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