Surprisingly little is discussed about the enjoyment of food in ancient Mesopotamia, even though a rather extensive culinary record is extant. Once the Akkadians and Sumerians of this region began practicing irrigation, the rich soils and hot climate yielded a … Continue reading →
Check out my guest post this week at Return to Mago about drumming with birds.
Wednesday’s teleseminar on Snake Dreaming with Susun Weed was a lot of fun. We talked about how snakes have historically been used in trance work and how you can bring snake energy into your healing and trance work today.One topic … Continue reading →
This teleseminar will be about snake healing and visioning. It is scheduled for this Wednesday, January 15th at 9:30 pm.Sign up here.
Agora is the Greek word for center, and this 2009 movie is about the many worlds that revolved around the fourth century Alexandrian philosopher Hypatia. There was Alexandria, Egypt as a center – perhaps the center – of learning and … Continue reading →
Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V Part VIThis is the final installment discussing Gunlog Fur’s A Nation of Women: Gender and Colonial Encounters Among the Delaware Indians. This installment again looks at how the Delaware viewed … Continue reading →