Here are some
recent posts from blogs on our blogroll (please note, we don't knowingly list
posts in Buzz Coil that have been published previously by the blogger elsewhere
or on the same blog):
In her January 17 post, “Spiritual Warrior Woman,” Susan Morgaine writes of the
relationship of the U.S. election to her spiritual path, noting “These are the
times that our faith in the Goddess comes to the fore.”
My Village Witch: Byron Ballard, headlining her January 25 post, asks, “Now What?” and tells why our
current approach should be:
And ends with a question
In a January 10 post, “She Who Hears the Cries of the World Potpourri,” blogger
Hecate offers a video and a collection of links with of suggestions for our times.
Association for the Study of Women & Mythology:
In a January 25 post, “Growing the Groundswell…” ASWM announces the opening of
registration for its 2017 symposium in Philadelphia on March 25. Early-bird
registration ends February 15; all registration cut-off in March 3. Presenters
include Peggy Reeves Sanday, Annie Finch, Lucia Birnbaum & Cristina Biaggi,
Lisa Levant, and the Anna Crusis Women’s Choir. The full symposium schedule is
posted on January 25. In its December 27 post, ASWM announces its first
publication, a conference and proceedings anthology, Myths Shattered and Restored.
Veleda: In her January 17 post, “Resources and publications,” Max Dashu tells
why this is her first post in a long time. She then gives a history of the
Suppressed Histories Archives, and information about the publication of her book,
Witches and Pagans,
her courses and more.
Hearth Moon Rising’s blog: In
her January 6 post, “Five Year Anniversary Post,” blogger Hearth Moon tells of
the changes she plans to make in her blog during 2017.
PaGaian Cosmology: Glenys
Livingstone’s January 23 post, “Lammas/Imbolc @ EarthGaia Feb. 2017” is about
celebrating Lammas in February in Australia, where she lives, and about its
relationship to the celebration at the same time in the Northern hemisphere of “Imbolc/Early
Broomstick Chronicles: In
an unsigned December 29 post, which I assume is by Aline O’Brien (aka Macha
NightMare) (and when I visited the blog was the only post on it—reflecting technical
problems?) she writes about “Annual Thanksgiving Eve Service and
Homeless Persons Memorial Day,” in which she participated as clergy.
Annelinde's World: Annelinde Metzner's January 28 post is her poem "I save the world by loving Her," a tribute to Gaia, with many pics.
The Goddess House: On January 5, Frances Billinghurst writes of celebrating the “Yemaya Blessing of the Water Event” in Australia and invites people to this year’s celebration, which took place. January 12.
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.
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
The Wild Hunt: Pagan, news-oriented blog that has grown from single blogger to many bloggers.
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