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Goddess of Travel

  Western Hemisphere        Trivia, a Roman diety, is said to be the goddess of commerce and travel.  She is an aspect of Artemis/Diana with three heads to represent the place where three roads meet or the triune goddess of  earth, … Continue reading

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Goddess of Travel

Western Hemisphere  Trivia, a Roman diety, is said to be the goddess of commerce and travel.  She is an aspect of Artemis/Diana with three heads to represent the place where three roads meet or the triune goddess of  earth, heaven and the underworld. … Continue reading

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Sacred Sites

So you believe there are places that shelter spiritual energy.  Are these locations protected? Executive Order concerning Sacred Sites, May 24 1996 Sacred Sites, Contested Rites/Rights, Journal of Material Culture, V.9: N. 3, 237-261 (2004)

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Cowboy Poets

Mythmakers of the west and cowboy poets still roll their own and tie a shake a mean lariat.Join the Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering in August, 2012. Keep in mind the next cowboy poets festival in Arizona February 2013. And what … Continue reading

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Nature and Spiritual Practice

Spirituality in nature is implied, but not directly addressed. Nature has replaced the craving for a spirit presence greater than the self. Nature envelops and includes, while a named almighty being (God, Jesus, Zeus, Allah) is defined and apart from … Continue reading

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Websites on Nature

Selected Opportunities and Resources for Nature Writers Nature in Legend and Story (NILAS) is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization, devoted to exploration of relationships between human beings and the natural world, reflected in folklore, literature and other cultural activities with spiritual … Continue reading

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