Shamanochki Horned Kichka – The Evolution from Grandmother Shaman reduced to Maiden Bride

By Phoenix of Elder Mountain – I am particularly interested as a shaman, in my ancestral grandmothers and their ancient prehistoric rituals which were dominant before the 5th through 8th centuries. Before writing, we had art and oral traditions that carried our stories during the long winter moons and the celebrations of life. Much can be seen […]

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Light Who Loves Her Sister Darkness, The Perils of Rejecting the Shadow

Article by Madrona Holden ~ Should living in the Light be our highest spiritual goal? Be Careful, the ancient myths warn us: there are perhaps just as many ways to be lost in the Light as their are in the dark. From Sumeria, we have a story that exposes the dangers of scorning darkness and […]

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Art, Nature and Magic – The Fine Art of the Sting

When we combine a life of Art or Artful living with the joys and perils of our real emotional life, nature teaches us everything we need to know how to navigate such a winding river, and in order to navigate this journey, she teaches us through experience with her fire, her wind storms, her insects […]

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