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December 11, 2010 / Ten Nebula

Recommended Books on The Goddess & Her Craft

The Goddess has power over all things. From the ancient times, she and women have always been the first to cultivate our studies over many aspects of lives like healing, astronomy, childbirth, and agriculture.

The Goddess has always ruled love, beauty, shamanism, midwifery, belly dancing, herbology, crystals, tantric sexuality, nurturance, creativity, expansion, wholistic wellness & being, the great cycles, menstrual blood, sacred darkness, the Earth, protection, the waters, grain and wine, and milk.

Herstory

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Woman’s Sexual Passages by Elizabeth Davis
When The Drummers were Women By Layne Redmond
Witches, Midwives, and Nurses By Barbara Ehrenreich
The Gospel of Mary Magdalene By Jean-Yves Leloup
The language of The Goddess By Marija Gimbutas
Blood, Bread, and Roses By Judy Grahn
The Chalice and The Blade By Riane Eisler
Goddesses, Whores, Wives, and Slaves By Sarah Pomeroy
365 Goddess By Patricia Telesco

Goddess Mythology

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Myths of the Female Divine Goddess by Leeming & Page
The Power of Myth by Joseph Campbell
The Mist of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley
Women Who Run with the Wolves By Clarissa P. Estees
The Double Goddess By Vicki Noble
The Great Cosmic Mother By Monica Sjoo & Barbara Mor
When God was a Woman By Merlin Stone
Goddess: Myths of the Feminine Divine By David Leeming
The Once and Future Goddess By Elinor Gadon
Dark Mother: African Origins By Lucia Birnbaum

Wicca

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The Spiral Dance By Starhawk
The Goddess Celebrates By Diane Stein
Positive Magic By Marion Weinstein
The Path of the Priestess By Sharon Rose
Drawing Down the Moon By Margot Adler
The Holy Book of Women’s Mysteries By Z Budapest
The Woman’s Encyclopedia of Myths & Secrets By Barbara Walker

 

 

 

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