I would recommend going through this book [Invoking Animal Magic] if you are a pagan and an animal lover. You will deepen your understanding of the creatures around you in some very interesting ways. ~ Leslie Linder, SageWoman
Excerpt from review of Divining with Animal Guides:
“I was delighted to discover that Divining with Animal Guides is not a cookbook dictionary, concretizing the ‘meanings’ of animal encounters. Author Hearth Moon Rising has created a manual for learning to observe and discern and ultimately, to shift our strictly human viewpoint. Only when we look at the context in which the animals offer us their messages are we able to fully understand their invitations and gifts.
Susun Weed interviews Hearth February 27, 2018 about animal divination.
This experiential knowledge continues to investigate itself as inseparable from all of life. ~ Danica Anderson, PhD, Social Scientist-Forensic Psychotherapist, author of Blood and Honey the Secret Herstory of Women
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I thought I’d pass this along to women who are interested. It looks like it will be an interesting anthology.
I decided to rework my online series about women’s intentional communities into an essay for the forthcoming She Summons, also by Mago Books, the first volume of which will be out late this year or early next. That’s what I’ve been working on this week.
What It’s Like to Live on Wimmin’s Land
This essay discusses the pros and cons, joys and pitfalls, of women’s intentional communities, also known as “wimmin’s land.” There has been more talk in recent years about re-establishing all-woman living collectives in rural areas, a phenomenon that began in the 1970s and faded somewhat by the turn of the century (though some women’s communities are still around). For women dreaming about this alternative, I wanted to share some of my experience and perspective.