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Glastonbury Goddess Conference 2009 – a preview

I managed to get a preview of the 2009 programme and it all looks very exciting – this is the fourteenth conference and one of the things I like best is that it seems new each year; there are always fresh ideas and amazing new ceremonies but there are regular favourites too. I also enjoy meeting up with old friends and making new ones.

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“Switching to Goddess – Humanity’s Ticket to the Future”, by Jeri Lyn Studebaker

The greatest thing about the book is – quite apart from the fact that it might help to save the planet and us all – its readability and the feeling of breathless adventure I got from it. What’s coming next? How can this work? I was particularly keen to get to the part where I would find out just how in Goddess’ name we were going to get from here to there, how the big switch could happen. We need more books, and more thinking, along these lines, and we need them very, very soon. To have more books with this kind of clarity and readability would be fantastic.

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Dressing the Bride

Sure, ‘twas as though the granite bones
And flesh of earthen Mother,
Rose up, said, “Well, I’ve a will to be wed
To my white and golden lover
My white, my gold-haired lover.

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“14 Steps to Awaken the Sacred Feminine: Women in the Circle of Mary Magdalene”, by Joan Norton & Margaret Starbird

14 Steps to Awaken the Sacred Feminine: Women in the Circle of Mary Magdalene cleverly combines theory with practical steps, such as meditations, questions and prayers to invite the sacred feminine into women’s everyday lives. So if you want to know how to really make contact with Mary Magdalene, this might be the book for you.

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Moon and Sun/Earth Calendars

I cannot let Jacqui Woodward-Smith’s reference to ‘our patriarchal solar calendar’ (GP9, Reviews) pass without comment.  To my mind there is nothing patriarchal about using a solar calendar, only about ignoring the moon.  And you’ve given me the ideal opening to leap up onto several of my favourite soapboxes, Jacqui!

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Herbs for Hags

I’m so glad I’m finally old. Sadly, many of my friends don’t like me to use that word. They say they don’t want to be “old”. I think what they really mean is they don’t want to be the kind of old that’s infirm and dependent. I agree.

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