Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Buzz Coil: October 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.

Glenys’s blog: Glenys Livingstone’s October 19 post, “Beltaine/Samhain Moment November 2015 C. E.,” explores the current cross-quarters events in both of Earth’s hemispheres, including the exact time of their occurrences.

My Village Witch:  In her October 14 post, “I am trying not to be jealous,” Byron Ballard tells how and why she decided whether to attend the Parliament of the World Religions this year.

The Wild Hunt: Heather Greene’s October 25 post, “Why the Parliament Can Save the World,” includes a description of what happened at the Parliament of World Religions when, at an event after the Women’s Assembly, the all-male board of trustees appeared on stage.

The Goddess House: In the midst of dealing with serious illness, on October 17 Frances Billinghurst, founder of the Goddess House in Adelaide, Australia, posts, “Is there the need for Community Sacred Circles for Women?” in which she ponders reestablishing Goddess circles in her area

HecateDemeter: In her Oct. 10 post, “Wherever You Go, There She Is,” blogger Hecate writes about spotting a statue of a Goddess atop an Alabama State building

Hearth Moon Rising’s blog:  Blogger Hearth Moon’s October 23 post is a review of the book, “The  Mago Way: Rediscovering Mago, the Great Goddess from East Asia,” by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang.

Love of the Goddess: Blogger Tara’s October 11 post, “My Illustrations in Sage Woman Magazine” tells about her artwork appearing in the magazine. With her illustrations.

Woods Priestess: In her October 20 post, “Mamapriestess,” blogger Molly shares the two questions she included in her dissertation after reading a book, Under Her Wings: The Making of a Magdalene.

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.
Pagan Square: This blog of many mostly-Pagan paths is sponsored by BBI Media and includes SageWoman blog posts.
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


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