Buzz Coil: September 2015
Some recent posts from blogs on our blogroll (please note, we don't knowingly list posts in Buzz Coil that have been published previously elsewhere or on the same blog). Please excuse the variation in some of the font sizes. I have tried to fix this in both Explorer and Firefox, but couldn't fix it all and had to stop due to persistent carpal tunnel syndrome.
Hearth Moon Rising’s blog: Blogger Hearth Moon’s September 18 post is a “Call for Contributions” for authors of books related to spiritual feminism published in 2015. The books and authors selected will be featured on Dec. 16 during an hour-long part of a 9-day Solstice video project hosted by the Mago Academy. Hearth Moon’s September 11 post, “What’s in a Name? Part Part III (Shaman),” explains the relationship of the terms “Witch” and “Shaman.”
The Wild Hunt: Heather Greene’s September 27 post, “Goddesses Alive! A Ritual in Masks,” which will be presented at the October 18 Parliament of World Religions, gives the background on previous presentations of this ritual theater piece, the creation of the masks by Lauren Raine, and the script by Aline O’Brien (aka Macha NightMare) and helpers. With video showing masks.
She also announces what mask she will be wearing in the performance of Goddesses Alive! at the Parliament of World Religions in October.
Her September 9 post, a poem called, “September Light,” is accompanied by several pics.
I lie down to sleep
On Her waters
To sleep and be washed clean
"At this time of the equinox, we like to think about balance, and it’s easy to get caught up in thinking of that balance as a single point, the perfect moment of equality, as if that were a stable thing. But it’s not; even if that moment of balance happens for a second, it’s because of the motion around it, through that moment, which makes the balancing possible.”
Woods Priestess: Blogger Molly’s September 16 post offers a "Ritual Recipe: Fall Equinox Gratitude Ceremony.” On September 16, she began a series marked “(#30DaysofHarvest),” with a post on “The Coming of Autumn.” She is writing this series as part of a course she is taking.
Large Goddess/Spiritual Feminist Blogs
Because of the large number and variety of bloggers and posts on these blogs, we are now suggesting that you visit them and select the posts that interest you most.
Return to Mago: A Goddess-centered blog whose administrator/owner is Helen Hye-Sook Hwang.
Feminism and Religion: Many bloggers from many different religions and paths
Pagan Square: This blog of many mostly-Pagan paths is sponsored by BBI Media and includes SageWoman blog posts.
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