Friday, April 24, 2015

Buzz Coil: April 2015

Some recent posts from blogs on our blogroll:

Pagaian Cosmology: Glenys Livingstone's blog from Australia, posted  "A Pagan Statement  on the Environment," on April 22,  Earth Day.

Musings of a Pagan Witch: Stasa Morgan-Appel also posted about this statement on April 22. 

The Motherhouse of the Goddess: In an April 22 post, "Becoming an Earth Speaker– Ritual Meditation with Gaia," Kimberly begins with a quote from Sue Monk Kidd and then writes,
"In the beginning, Gaia was.  Primordial Goddess.  Creatrix.  Font of life.  Source. Gaia is eternally shrouded...."
She then shares a ritual with meditation.

 The Wild Hunt: In an April 23 post, "Outdoor Pagan Temple Vandalized," Cara Schulz reports on the repeated desecration of a Pagan temple in Italy. With picture taken from video of the vandals smashing a statue of Nike.

Woodspriestess: In her April 18 post, "Gratitude," blogger talkbirth shares a poem she wrote as part of ritual work. With many pics, including two of talkbirth with her baby.

Annelinde's World: Annelinde Metzner's April 13 post, the poem "Bundled Up With Grandmother," is a poem about a mountain most people call "Grandfather Mountain," but which to her is more like a Grandmother.

HecateDemeter: It looks like blogger Hecate is starting a new fiction series. She posted the first installment of "Raven Mistress"on March 28, and chapter 2 on April 18. The setting for this series appears so far to be England.

Fellowship of Isis Central:  A  March 18 post  announces  a June 7 event  in London,  "She Speaks: the Oracle and the Priestess," featuring talks, practical work, techniques and ceremony.

Mythology Matters: In an April 3 post, Arthur George writes of "The Goddess of Easter,"
 relating Christian, Jewish, and Pagan traditions.

The Rowdy Goddess: In an April 16 post, "In Praise of the Sweetness of Life," Gail Wood shares her mixed feelings about Easter.

Hearth Moon Rising's blog: Hearth Moon's March 27  post, "The Joy of Laughing with Them,"  is about humor in Mesopotamian mythology.

Godddess/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.