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Grove of the
Spiral Goddess -- beautiful site with music
and many altars, thanks to Abby Willowroot
Suppressed Histories Archives -- Celebrating 30 years in 2000, Archives under the direction of feminist scholar Max Dashu offer slide shows and info on a wide variety of topics, including Goddess cultures and Witchcraft.
Lydia Ruyle-- Artist who creates inspiring Goddess Icon Banners flying all over the world at conferences, libraries, museums, and elsewhere. See some of them on her website.
Carol P. Christ -- author, thealogian, founder of Ariadne Institute in Greece; includes famous essay "Why Women Need the Goddess."
Asphodel-Long.com -- A wealth of knowledge and wisdom from late great British women's spirituality leader; bio, essays, reviews.
Daniel Cohen: Storyteller, Mythmaker -- Author and leader in retelling of myths from the perspective of men's relationship to the Goddess shares many of his stories, poems, and articles. Good friend of Asphodel Long, Cohen was co-editor of the British Pagan publication Wood and Water until it ceased publication in 2003.
-- Goddess author and poet.
CULTURAL / SPIRITUAL
At the End of Desire
Avast! Feminist Conspiracy
Feminism and Religion
Fetch Me My Axe
Goddessmom's slice of reality
*Medusa Coils (Judith blogs here)
Peeling a Pomegranate
Radical Goddess Thealogy
Screaming Into The Void
The Furious Spinner
The Gaian Mysteries
Was Blind But Now I See
Women's Autonomy and Sexual Sovereignty Movement
Washington-Baltimore Pagan Clergy
Echidne of the Snakes
Feminist Law Professors
I Blame The Patriarchy
The Adventures of Dr. Diana
The Gimp Parade
What She Said
Institute of Archeomythology-- International organization of scholars studying symbolism of ancient societies, headed by Joan Marler.
OriginsNet.org -- The Center for Research
on the Origins of Art and Religion: Includes art more than 1 million years old. Dr. James
Harrad, colleague of Maria Gimbutas. Academic, technical discussion of art, religion,
language and symbolism.
Institute for Thealogy and Deosophy -- Online center focusing on research into thealogy and deasophy, which people with interests in Goddess and spiritual feminisms can join.
Goddess2000 Project --"A Goddess on Every Block" Grass roots global, local, and personal project.
GlobalGoddess.org -- Goddess women
helping women worldwide. Community-building on regional, state, and local levels. Includes
ezine The Global Goddess
Serpentina -- women-centered research for everybody...to reveal, activate, and celebrate the Sacred Feminine in the 21st Century
Earth Dances -- Art & poetry of Brid Bidell in Wales.
Hecate's Cauldron -- Once a Gardnerian High Priestess, Lady Hecate parted ways with the Gardnerians because she the felt the group was not Goddess-centered enough. Her website has much information on many topics, including the relationship of Wicca and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.
Re-Formed Congregation of the Goddess-International (RCG-I) -- In 1984 became the first legally recognized religion serving the women's spiritual community. Published the print periodical Of A Like Mind 1983-2001. Now publishes online journal, Seasonal Salon. Motherhoused in Madison, Wisc.
Glastonbury Goddess Temple -- Temple at Glastonbury (Avalon), UK. Ceremonies, meditations, healings.
Mother Grove Goddess Temple -- Planning a Temple structure In Asheville, North Carolina; approved as 501 (c) (3) nonprofit.
The Temple of Goddess Spirituality Dedicated to Sekhmet -- Temple in Nevada, project of the Gift Economy under the direction of Genevieve Vaughan
Goddess Temple of Lakewood Ohio -- Dianic but open to both women and men; approved as 501 (c) (3) nonprofit.
Pillars of Her Traditions - Goddess Temple of Staten Island, committed to the Mother Goddess in all her aspects and multi-cultural forms worldwide.
Goddess Temple of Orange County -- In Irvine, CA. Two Sunday services for women; other events, some open to men. Incorporated nonprofit religious organization.
Pagaian.org -- News of Australian group led by author Glenys Livingstone, includes Pagaian Moon Court for rituals in Blue Mountains, Australia
Invoking the Goddess -- Goddess Temple in New South Wales, Australia, created by Priestess and singer Anique Radiant Heart
Goddess Temple in Budapest, Hungary -- Honoring the Great Goddess(es) of Old Europe
Goddess Center in Austria -- In Salzkammergut, Austrian Alps
L'Ordre de Dea -- Sisterhood of priestesses devoted to the Goddess. Founded in Montreal, Canada, now also serving France.
Le Temple de la Déesse -- located in Chartres and Toulouse, France, dedicated to the Great Mother and other goddesses. Home page has audios of songs by Lisa Theil and others. Affiliated with L'Ordre de Dea.
Temple de la Mère Divine -- located in Montreal, affiliated with L'Ordre de Dea.
Temple Dea AphrodIsia -- French Goddess Temple dedicated to Aphrodite.
Le Temple Yoni Matre -- Goddess group in Montreal, Canada, affiliated with L'Ordre de Dea.
Fellowship of Isis -- Multicultural organization headquartered in Britain. Honoring the religion of the Goddess in Her many forms. Free membership. Lyceum offers courses and priestess training.
Isis Oasis Sanctuary
-- located in Geyserville,
California, hosted by Loreon, founder of Isis Society for International Studies.
Includes several buildings, fire circle, animal sanctuary; includes Temple of
Isis, a legally recognized church.
Temple of Diana -- feminist Dianic Wiccan incorporated nonprofit religious organization headquartered in Monona,WI; religious director, Ruth Barrett.
Circle of Aradia -- One of the pioneer Dianic circles located in Los Angeles and now affiliated with the Temple of Diana.
Daughters of the Goddess-- Dianic, womyn-only Goddess Temple in San Francisco Bay Area that holds open rituals. Multicultural with "Aloha" energy.
Reclaiming -- a community of people, a tradition of Witchcraft, and a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit religious organization with roots in the Feri tradition and grounded in equality, social activism, and non-hierarchical structure. Began in California, branching out.
The Goddess Association in Australia (G.A.I.A) -- "Celebrating, supporting, uniting women"
Moontree -- Courses related to Goddess spirituality on Australia's Gold Goast, led by Alicia Sherwood.
Daughters of Ishtar --
Sacred and transformational spaces for women, located in Australia
Sharanya -- The Maa Batakali Cultural Mission in San Francisco. A nonprofit religious organization and temple to bridge East and West; dedicated to all forms of Goddess, but especially Kali.
Roots Without End Society --Voudou information from an organization led by Mambo Racine Sans Bout.
The New Amazon Nation -- Amazons, goddesses, horses, axes, ecstasy, Catal Hoyuk, and more.
A Pantheon of Goddesses -- In-progress site of pantheons and mythologies of various ethnicities and cultures.
Cosmic Lotus -- Rev. Sue Annabrook Jones' site with sections on Goddess energy, meditation, and "mental Yentl."
CUUPS -- Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans
HerChurch.org -- Christian Goddess group in a San Francisco Lutheran Church; Christian Goddess Rosary and feminist spirituality events.
Tel Shemesh -- Celebrating and creating Earth-based traditions in Judaism
The Hebrew Priestess Institute-- Embodied Jewish spiritual leadership, creativity, & community from an earth-honoring, feminist perspective. Re-visualizing the Jewish connection with the Divine feminine' devoted to serving the Shechinah. Offers training programs leading to initiation and ordination.
Belly Dance Home Page -- Lots of links to serious discussion of this Near Eastern dance form with Goddess roots
Runa: the Art of Max Dashu -- Multi-cultural original Goddess art
Hostetler Sculpture – Goddess
figures up to 11 ft. tall of hardwood and bronze, including severah Asherahs,
created by David Hostettler, well known artist and teacher (of Jim Dine, David
True, Harvey Breverman, etc.).
The Beltane Papers -- Former long-time Goddess spirituality publication, now with online presence.
SageWoman -- Goddess spirituality magazine, print with online presence.
MatriFocus -- A Cross Quarterly eZine
for Goddess Women Near & Far.
Goddess Pages -- Online and print Goddess journal published at the cross-quarters, editorial offices in Great Britain.
Goddess Alive! -- a magazine of Goddess celebration from Great Britain. Print magazine with some online content.
Circle Sanctuary -- Nature spirituality center, Shamanic Wiccan Church, and home of Lady Liberty League
CoGWeb -- Covenant of the Goddess
CAWeb -- Church of All Worlds
AREN -- Alternative Religions Education Network
Witchvox -- large Pagan networking site with info, articles.
Pagan Theologies -- a wiki about everything Pagan, where you can add info--if it's not already there.
Earthcat.com -- Earthkat & Moonwolf's MD,
VA, & DC Pagan calendar of events, group listings, stores & more.
Whispering Woods -- Grove from Harford County, MD, with information on wide range of Pagan subjects.
Judith Laura's Studio -- Zazzle.com gallery of original Goddess- and Tarot-themed art by Judith Laura on clothing, greeting and note cards, prints and posters--including graphic study aid for Kabbalah re-envisioning in Judith's book, Goddess Spirituality for the 21st Century and "Thunder: Perfect Mind" triptych described below.
Judith Laura at Cafepress -- Cafepress.com shop with Goddess art on shirts, tile-topped boxes, journals, greeting cards, flying discs, posters and more. Themes include Goddess symbol similar to the one on the homepage of this site; the Nag Hammadi scripture The Thunder: Perfect Mind; Wisdom, Asherah, and Kabbalah re-envisioning as described above.
Other Feminist Thealogies/Theologies
Diotima -- Women and gender in the Ancient World. Focusing on the ancient
Mediterranean; course materials, searchable bibliographies, Bible browsers, links
WSSLINKS - Women and Theology -- annotated; part of Association of College and Research Libraries Site.
Religion/Spirituality on Women's Studies/Women's Issues Resource Site -- Compiled by Joan Korenman at the University of Maryland.
Internet Sacred Text Archives, Women & Religion -- texts include The Woman's Bible by Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1898) and writings of Wollenstonecraft, Woodhull, and "Women, Church and State" by Matilda Joslyn Gage (1893), as well as mostly ancient texts from various religions.
Nag Hammadi Library-- Translations of all codices, indexed and searchable, with overview of texts.
WATER -- Women's Alliance for Theology and Religion, headquartered in Silver Spring MD
Many Rivers -- Cyber-Center for Women's Spirituality, interfaith.
Magdalineage -- The late Deborah Rose's site about the history and mythology of Mary Magdalene.
Magdalene.Org -- Lesa Bellevie's gathering of info, art, & writings about Mary Magdalene. Also see blogroll, The Magdalene Review.
MMagdalene.Org -- The Renaissance of Mary Magdalene. Elizabeth Kelley's site.
Mary Magdalene, Author of the Fourth Gospel? -- essay by Ramon K. Jusino explaining that Mary Magdalene is the "Beloved Disciple" of the Gospel attributed to "John."
Susan G. Butrille: Women's Voices -- includes material on the Black Madonna, and "Dates in Women's History."
Women in Judaism -- A multidisciplinary, refereed journal published only online
Muslim Women's Homepage --
articles, bibliographies, links and other info on the status of women in Islam.
Bat Shalom of The Jerusalem Link -- A feminist center working towards a democratic and pluralistic society in Israel, where women will have more influence.
Gender Studies at the Jewish History Research Center -- Extensive series
of links to a large number of subjects, both ancient and modern, on the website
of the Dinur Center for Research in Jewish History at the Hebrew University of
Women Active in Buddhism homepage -- includes info on ordination and on female Buddhas and Bottisattvas
Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance -- Information on a wide variety of religions.
Other Women's Concerns
Artemis--Guide to US Women's Studies Programs
-- links by state
Feminist.com -- news, resources, links, activism, health
FGM Education & Networking Project -- Information about female genital mutilation practices worldwide, FAQ, contacts, mailing lists.
ISIS Center for Women and Development (ICWAD) -- Mostly Mediterranean area women's issues, bridging academia and non-academia. Founded by Fatima Sadiqui. Located in Fez, Morocco.
Kirsten Andenberg's Online Vulva Museum -- art and information focusing on the the beauty, power, and sacredness of female genitals.Marge Piercy homepage -- Novelist, poet, feminist; autobiographical material, bibliography
Block Bonobo Foundation--Susan
Block's site about pleasure,
peace and gender equity among certain chimpanzees.
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