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Wendy Stokes

“Persephone”, a new double album from Wendy Rule

Wendy Rule is an award-winning Australian singer-songwriter. She has carved a special niche with her exceptional album compositions.

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“The Goddess in America – The Divine Feminine in Cultural Context”, edited by Trevor Greenfield with an introduction by Jhenah Telyndru

This is an anthology of specialist essays by 19 Goddess experts. Included in the articles are Native American (such as the Cherokee, Hopi and Maya), Irish, African, Creole, Hebrew and female deities from other cultures, along with modern influences, such as feminist, shaman, Christian, psychologist, Goth, witch, and other perspectives.

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The Triple Goddess Tarot

The Triple Goddess Tarot

The 33 cards carry an individual illustration. The Alchemy cards have blue backs and blue framed images and represent the mystery and wisdom of the Divine Feminine. The deck contains  a set of 7 ‘chakra’ cards with green backs, illustrated in the chakra colours, which can be read alongside the Alchemy cards or alone. The Alchemy cards have a number and title, the Chakra cards have no numbers or titles. The almond shape of the vesica piscis  – an ancient symbol of femininity and birth – runs throughout all 33 cards’ illustrations.

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Sibyls Oraculum

The author, Tayannah Lee McQuillar is a cultural anthropologist, scholar of religion, esoterica and mysticism. She hails from New York but conducted her research in Brazil and New Orleans and has shown great expertise in her knowledge of divination from earliest antiquity in this North African study and uniquely developed card system. She is the author of  ‘Rootwork’.

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“Ancient Feminine Wisdom of Goddesses and Heroines” Divination Deck by Kay Steventon and Brian Clark

The booklet has information on how to read the cards, and an explanation of each card which bears a name, a concept and an image of a goddess or heroine. The images are interesting and enjoyable. You are invited to shuffle the cards, lay them face down, chose one and place it on your altar, your bedroom table or mantle shelf.

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