Open Full Moon Cyber Ritual
If you’ve been intrigued by the idea of cyber ritual you may be interested to know that JaguarMoon Cyber Coven is hosting an open Full Moon ritual on April 17th.
JaguarMoon is one of the oldest cyber covens. Our existence is entirely virtual and our primary purpose is to teach Eclectic Wicca in a non-threatening manner. We are also interested in expanding the understanding and acceptance of cyber covens on the Internet. We do this in a variety of ways, including creating a stable, healthy coven online. For more information about who we are, please see our website at: www.jaguarmoon.org.
Don’t worry if you’re not sure how it works — we’ve been hosting open ritual for several years now and are very good at helping newcomers get set up. The ritual we use requires few physical props and previous year’s participants gave us great feedback about how wonderful it felt.
If you are interested in participating in this cyber ritual, or if you’d like to know more, please email us at: email@example.com before April 10th.
JaguarMoon Cyber Coven
“Keep Walking: My Journey with Cancer” is finally printed and available to the public!
While this isn’t my best writing, or the one I’m most proud of, it is the most honest and revealing I’ve ever allowed myself to be.
For some of you, it will be a reminder of some things I shared along the way, for others, it will be a doorway into my psyche (hi!).
Feedback always encouraged.
Back in early March, J. and I went down to Marina del Rey –the Venice Beach area of Los Angeles — for another working vacation. He’d be working, I’d be taking another (much needed) vacation, complete with personal training, long walks to the beach and along the beach, and some spa time.
That was the plan.
Spring is just around the corner, and we’ve got a new batch of items reviewed for you. (Clicking on a title will take you directly to the review.)
A Writer’s Book of Days
Wheel of Initiation: Practices for Releasing Your Inner Light
The Weiser Field Guide to Witches
Mantra Yoga and Primal Sound
The Tifany Aching Books by Terry Pratchett
Glad No Matter What
Happiness from the Inside Out
Almanac of the Infamous, the Incredible, and the Ignored
Finding Eleusis in Chicago — A New Staging of the Myth of Demeter and Persephone
The last item is a review from our newest reviewer, Paul Rucker. Paul has been making art from personal visionary encounters with the Gods and the realm of Spirit from a very early age. His work has been seen all over the USA in galleries, festivals, shops, and private altars and shrines.
Stop by and see what he has to say, and catch up on our latest reviews!
Anyone know where I might find an “I heart Goddess” or “What Would Goddess Do” lanyard? Even better, “What Would Hekate Do?”
It’s for a friend in Kiev.