The Longest Night

Solstice, the longest night of the year, and the coming of the light. The season of dormancy, darkness, and cold, the December Solstice marks the “turning of the Sun” and the days slowly get longer. The Pagans believe in a time when the ancient celebrated the rebirth of the Sun God and days with more light… During the holidays, at one time or another, we all have faced a loss of someone close to us, making us sad and bringing memories to the surface makes us melancholy. It is indeed a long winter night. … More The Longest Night

The Wise Woman’s View

Transitioning, through the wheel and the phases of life, women experience the maiden/mother/crone phases of the moon. With the phases and the tides, the shifts and cycles seem to happen on averages of seven years. Through the first seven years, girls are dependent on their family and then slowly begin the transitioning. The next seven years are dolls, learning boys are cute, going to school, and suddenly the blood mystery appears and maidenhood. … More The Wise Woman’s View

Shakti Woman

Shakti Woman: Feeling Our Fire, Healing Our World The New Female Shamanism Paperback July 19, 1991 by Vicki Noble $15.61 Review Written By: Sidonia Nightsky Shakti Woman by Vicki Noble and published in 1991. As the creator of the Mother Peace Tarot Deck/Book, she refers to those publications frequently in Shakti Woman along with her … More Shakti Woman

Book Reviews for You

Let us share what you think of the books you have been reading.  This page is for books on Spirituality, Shamanism, Women’s issues, Politics, Sustainability, Herbalism, and Readings of Wise Women.   More will be added to this directory as winter progresses.  Have you read any good books, and would you like to add your review?  … More Book Reviews for You