Monthly Archives: December 2015
Here is the recording for the program highlighting Goddess/Female Divine Books for 2015.
Program is also available at the following link:
Access all Mago Academy Solstice videos at
Have a beautiful solstice and other holidays you are celebrating. Next post will be following the New Year.
The online review of women’s spirituality books published in 2015 will be this Wednesday December 16th at 3:00 pm Eastern Standard Time. You can access the program meeting room starting at 2:45 pm with this link:
Type your name and enter as a guest; no password or registration required. You may be asked to download an “add-in” from Adobe Software to configure your device for the meeting room.
There will also be an interview with poet Elizabeth Hardy. This program is offered in conjunction with the Mago Academy Nine Day Solstice Program.
A more detailed description of the program was given in last week’s post.
Stay in touch with emerging concepts in Goddess spirituality. Join us for a review of spiritually oriented books published in 2015. The program will be live at 3:00 pm EST on December 16th. There will be a mixture of essays, nonfiction, fiction, and poetry.
To access program live on the day of the broadcast use this link:
Type your name and enter as a guest: no registration needed. Program can be accessed by desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile phone. You may be asked to download an add-in by Adobe Software if your device is not configured for the meeting room. Go ahead and click okay; it’s safe and fast.
A link to the recording will be available the day following the program on this blog.
The program will include a live interview with Elizabeth Hardy, author of Female Sperm Whale … and other [feminist] poems
The following books will also be featured:
Healing Your Feminine Essence: A Transformative Journey Within for Women Who Wish to Be Free by Marie de Kock
Ancient Spirit Rising: Reclaiming Your Roots and Restoring Earth Community by Pegi Eyers
Locust Girl: A Lovesong by Merlinda Bobis
The Mago Way: Re-Discovering Mago, the Great Goddess from East Asia (vol i) by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang
She Rises: Why Goddess Feminism, Activism, and Spirituality? edited by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang and Kaalii Cargill
More on the Mago Nine Day Solstice Program here.