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Standing Stones and the Crow Woman

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Finding Isis: An Anniversary Post

Three years ago, I had a powerful encounter with Isis on Christmas day. I told the story of when I finally heard my Patron call me in issue 83 of Sagewoman magazine (2012: Sanctuary), and I am happy to be able to share this tale here with you know as I celebrate three years in service to Isis.

Finding Isis: Sheltered by Her Wings

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My several over-the-pole flights had discombobulated my energy and I was flat out on the couch in my lovely Gilo cottage when my husband announced we were flying to Istanbul the next morning. Oy Vay! Come what may I had to pull myself together and prepare for a two week adventure through Turkey, our last Middle East adventure.

We arrived at ten the following morning to a country that lies in Western Asia and Europe; the Dardanelles, Sea of Marmora and the Bosphorus separating it from Europe. Turkey is said to be a democratic country and part of the Council of Europe.

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  • Jamie
    Jamie says #
    Ms. Toews-Andrews, I will most likely never visit Turkey, but I really appreciate that you've shared your journey with us! It sou

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Goddess Underground: Bath

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  • Raheli EverydayMagicPodcast
    Raheli EverydayMagicPodcast says #
    I was in bath last year and can highly recommend the baths as well. I don't normally recommend audio tours, preferring to soak up
  • Jen McConnel
    Jen McConnel says #
    Thanks so much for sharing your experience, Raheli! I was impressed with everything about the museum; like you, I usually avoid au
  • Emily Mills
    Emily Mills says #
    Yet another reason to visit Bath when I finally make it to England. Does the museum address the goddess imagery at all?
  • Jen McConnel
    Jen McConnel says #
    I think so; it's been a couple years since I was there, but I remember plenty of goddess imagery in the cases and on display, with
  • Raheli EverydayMagicPodcast
    Raheli EverydayMagicPodcast says #
    Hi Emily, I was there in June 2013 and the audio tour goes into a good amount of detail regarding worship on the site, I'd highly

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Tarot Magick for Travel

I’m back from my summer travels! We drove from Florida to Connecticut, where I was happy to give tarot readings to many friends both old and new.

The long trip in our Ford E250 Cargo Van got me thinking about tarot magick for travel. These days I do it without even really thinking about it. Gas? Check. Oil Change? Check. Magick? Check.

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  • Jamie
    Jamie says #
    Very interesting article! Thank you for sharing it with us.
  • Christiana Gaudet
    Christiana Gaudet says #
    Thanks so much!

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Athena's American City

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  • Lizann Bassham
    Lizann Bassham says #
    Sweet! I love it when deity shows up in the space between and among us.
  • Jen McConnel
    Jen McConnel says #
    Me, too!

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Goddess Travel Books

I frequently find myself inspired by the books I read, and sometimes, a good memoir can even encourage my wanderlust.  I wanted to share three titles with you today that have me itching to get up and go experience the goddesses of these places:

Savage Breast by Tim Ward

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