Cast off patriarchal grips and restore the WE time-space derived from Mago, the Great Goddess! 2017 Mago Work Calendar is now available for US and international shipping! Order info here.
2017 Mago Work Calendar crystalizes a collective effort of many Goddessians/Magoists who have supported and participated in the Mago Work projects as artists, writers, researchers, poets, volunteers, and donors for the last four years. The Mago Work, comprising Return to Mago E*Magazine (http://magoism.net), Mago Academy (http://magoacademy.org), Mago Books (http://magobooks.com), and Mago Pool Circle (http://www.magopoolcircle.net), is a nexus that connects with many other wonderful individuals and organizations. It represents the cross-cultural movement of Goddess Feminism, Activism, and Spirituality whose ultimate goal is to cultivate the consciousness of WE in S/HE. We invite you to join our collective remembrance and celebration of the marginalized world’s ancient feast days including lunar Magoist celebrations, marks for women, indigenous peoples, and nature. Meet us as individuals and groups in our creatively path-blazing collaborative projects that including Gift-sharing Economy, She Rises Volume 1 and Volume 2, The Mago Way, Mago Pilgrimage, online classes, and Nine Day Solstice Celebration.
8.5″x11″, 28 pages with a hole, saddle stitch. Use the last two pages as a poster that includes the following info and back cover!
24 seasonal marks
Worldwide ancient Goddess feasts
Ancient Korean Magoist marks
Worldwide marks for women, indigenous peoples & nature
Mother’s Day around the globe
Add your own special days.
Check out the front cover (contents) and back cover (our networks)!
- She Rises: A Book Review by Kate Brunner
She Rises: Why Goddess Feminism, Activism and Spirituality? edited by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang and Kaalii Cargill is the product of a collective writing project that began in March 2014 with an open call for submissions that answered the questions now found on the book’s brilliantly beautiful cover. As the project took shape, a total of 92 voices contributed their thoughts, feelings, images, poetics, prose, challenges, & calls to prayer in answer to why– Why Goddess feminism? Why Goddess activism? Why Goddess […]
- (Endorsement) Celebrating Seasons of the Goddess by Charlene Spretnak
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- (Book Review) Helen Hwang’s The Mago Way by Elizabeth Hall Magill
Dr. Helen Hwang’s The Mago Way makes a significant contribution to our understanding of thealogy (the theological study of the divine feminine) and to the transnational feminism that must be the basis of global change. The Mago Way weaves together several stories—Dr. Hwang’s own journey away from Christianity and toward Mago (the gynocentric principle, rooted in pre-patriarchal East Asian/Korean culture, that encompasses all of existence), the story of Mago as told through the text of the Budoji (made available in […]
- She Rises Vol 1 Book Reviews
Go to She Rises Volume 1 book info here. The anthology, She Rises, edited by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang and Kaalii Cargill is a powerful exploration of the Sacred Feminine, what She means to women’s lives, and why humanity and the planet need Her now. Its 468 pages include essays, poetry, and art from 92 women and men including Vicki Noble, Barbara Mor, Carol P. Christ, Starhawk, and Janine Canan. The collection is divided into three sections responding to the questions: […]
- She Rises Book Review by Dr. Moses Seenarine
Order it in Mago Bookstore! [Originally posted in Cyborgs Vs Earth Goddess.] During the last two decades, the feminist literature has expanded to become more diverse and inclusive. Yet, relatively few books have emerged which focus on Goddesses and their significance to feminism and women’s liberation. This is due in part to a complete lack of interest by academics and feminists alike in exploring either historical or contemporary Goddess cultures. This disparaging view of gynocentric tradition is unfortunate, since it […]
- She Rises Book Review by Hearth Moon Rising
She Rises: Why Goddess Feminism, Activism and Spirituality (Review) June 26, 2015 The eagerly awaited anthology She Rises: Why Goddess Feminism, Activism and Spirituality?, edited by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang and Kaalii Cargill, was released this past Solstice (Summer or Winter, depending on your perspective) and I don’t exactly know what to say about it, except WOW. It certainly does not disappoint. This is a hefty anthology of almost 500 pages. It has scholarly essays, stories of personal experience, poetry, and […]
- She Rises Book Review by Mary Hazlett
Legitimacy of female power in a patriarchal world I’ve seriously explored my spirituality for nearly 40 years, since i began college. Raised catholic, i immersed myself in that religion and its mystical tradition. and for a long time it served me well. but over time, as i matured in all areas of my life, i saw the effects of patriarchy on society and in my religion. language was and is the most obvious sign of patriarchy. what is wrong with […]
- The Mago Way book review by Dr. Glenys Livingstone
Order it Mago Bookstore! This book, The Mago Way: Re-discovering Mago, the Great Goddess from East Asia, is an important and major contribution of scholarship to the rising global return of gynocentric consciousness; to the return of the Female as imagined source of all being – and it is an wholistic vision, wherein no difference is known “between you and me or between one nation and the other”. It is a radical work. The work that this book unfolds on […]