9 reasons why I can’t get on board with the “sacred or divine feminine.”

urrently, there’s a lot of writing and talking about the “Divine Feminine” or “Sacred Feminine.” Not just in academia, but in the popular press and blog posts. This term pops up in Jungian writings, New Age missives, Dan Brown’s novels, and even, TED talks.  These … continue reading »

Goddess of the Moon & Sea: Amphitrite

mphitrite.  Not one of your commonly-known goddess, but deserving to be revisited and remembered all the same.  And, as you’ll see, considering that yesterday was a lunar eclipse, I thought she was a very appropriate goddess to write about today.

In ancient times, she was … continue reading »

Venus, light, and Lucy

ucy means light. Specifically, it means celestial light, the light of our brightest “star,” the planet Venus.  As the mythological and astronomical “light-bringer,” Venus in both her Morning Star and Evening Star guises is symbolically embodied in the goddess of many names:

Venus, Aphrodite, Isis, … continue reading »