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    Online Dianic Resources

    http://www.iit.edu/~phillips/persona...os/dianic.html -- "Why go Dianic" by Mama Rose. This is the best one on the list IMO. It's just one woman's tale but it is very moving and speaks to the individuality of our paths quite well.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dianic_Wicca -- actually a pretty informative article.

    http://www.witchvox.com/va/dt_va.htm...=trads&id=8451 -- Witchvox article by Ruth Barret.

    http://www.witchvox.com/lx/lx_dianic.html -- Dianic Links at Witchvox.

    http://www.templeofdiana.org/ -- No Dianic resource list would be complete with it.

    http://www.spiralgoddess.com/ -- Beware of terrible midi file!

    http://www.altogether.com/patricia/ -- Ms. Patricia Monaghan's site (love her!)

    http://www.zbudapest.com/index.shtml -- Z's site which seems to be under construction alot and has very slow moving web development.

    http://www.matrifocus.com/ -- Fabulous, fabulous magazine.

    http://www.rcgi.org/ -- simple to join and worth it. It has great email lists and great education if you can travel or live nearby.

    http://www.paganet.org/pnn/v07/i1/feature_sample2.html -- Whatever Floats Your Boat: A Dianic Perspective on Polarity, Balance, and Gender by Sage Starwalker. I just read this for the first time today and loved it!

    http://www.blueroebuck.com/ -- The Blue Roebuck, started by one of Z Budapest's former students, Bendis. Lots of great info. Bendis is a stern lady and very busy but she has alot to offer.

    http://www.blueroebuck.com/dianic_creation_myth.htm -- *A* Dianic Creation Myth by Morgan McFarland.

    http://www.tacomacc.edu/home/jkeller...ses/Menses.htm -- How Menstruation Created Mathmatics. An interesting read, albeit a short one.

    http://www.paganet.org/pnn/v07/i1/feature_sample2.php -- Dianic Cosmology

    http://www.goddessmystic.com/PathAct...tionmyth.shtml -- A Dianic Creation Myth by Morgan McFarland

    http://www.warren-wilson.edu/~religi...ss/essay.shtml

    http://mcfdianic.org/index.html -- The McFarland Dianic Tradition

    http://kbs.mahost.org/hgc/8ws.html -- An AnarchaFeminist Dianic Wheel of the Year

    http://www.amazonation.com/ -- Amazon Nation -- Loads of information of interest to the Dianic--even if it's not specifically Dianic.

    http://lesbian-pride.com/ -- Try not to look at the url. It's a resource for everyone!

    http://www.adherents.com/Na/Na_256.html -- I'm listing this here because it has several quotes from an OOP Dianic print source.

    http://mellifluidity.ning.com/ -- I listed this one in the Womanpath thread as well.

    http://www.lunaea.com/ -- Goddesses info

    http://www.flashsilvermoon.com/default.htm -- Flash Silvermoon's website.

    http://www.sanctamoon.8m.com/ -- Sanctuary of the Crescent Moon: A Dianic Wiccan Temple (Indiana)

    http://www.sidhewolf.com/ -- Avalon ... northern Sapphic isle of Goddess women by Cerridwen Sidhewolf (very cool background)

    http://www.moondiary.com.au/ -- Goddess-themed products that might be of interest to us.

    http://www.womenz.net/ -- Women's Herbal info--again, not specifically Dianic, but of interest.

    http://www.serpentina.com/ -- Promises to be a VERY, VERY COOL WEBSITE when finished.

    http://www.askroseariadne.com/editor...e-history.html - *A* history of Dianicism

    http://www.workingwitch.com/handfast...dfasting2.html -- A Dianic handfasting ritual

    http://community.livejournal.com/dianicwicca/ -- Dianics on LiveJournal

    http://home.earthlink.net/~lupamoon/moonways/id1.html -- A Dianic Creation Myth, among other things.

    http://www.womensmysteryschool.com/ -- classes in MA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shay Shay
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    "The Triple Goddess as Maiden, Mother and Crone, is a relatively new concept which was made popular during the 20th century. Hekate is today most often equated to the Crone aspect of this triplicate archetypal image, but this idea of Hekate as Crone Goddess is one which would have been completely alien to the people of ancient Greece. The only possible explanation for the continued association today is that somehow the darker, scarier aspects of Hekate has been equated to wisdom in old age, which is, when you think about it rather ludicrous." -- Sorita D'Este. Read more in the book: Hekate: Keys to the Crossroads.

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    "The Triple Goddess as Maiden, Mother and Crone, is a relatively new concept which was made popular during the 20th century. Hekate is today most often equated to the Crone aspect of this triplicate archetypal image, but this idea of Hekate as Crone Goddess is one which would have been completely alien to the people of ancient Greece. The only possible explanation for the continued association today is that somehow the darker, scarier aspects of Hekate has been equated to wisdom in old age, which is, when you think about it rather ludicrous." -- Sorita D'Este. Read more in the book: Hekate: Keys to the Crossroads.

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    This one could be in print or in online resources actually

    "The Triple Goddess as Maiden, Mother and Crone, is a relatively new concept which was made popular during the 20th century. Hekate is today most often equated to the Crone aspect of this triplicate archetypal image, but this idea of Hekate as Crone Goddess is one which would have been completely alien to the people of ancient Greece. The only possible explanation for the continued association today is that somehow the darker, scarier aspects of Hekate has been equated to wisdom in old age, which is, when you think about it rather ludicrous." -- Sorita D'Este. Read more in the book: Hekate: Keys to the Crossroads.

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    I feel that since most of those sites are down, we should paste the articles for people to read, with the website link as credit. can we do that? because I just spent that last 1/2 hour scouring the Internet Archives... to read what people recommend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparrowspirit View Post
    I feel that since most of those sites are down, we should paste the articles for people to read, with the website link as credit. can we do that? because I just spent that last 1/2 hour scouring the Internet Archives... to read what people recommend.
    that is actually bad internet etiquette and breaks copyright.

    You can always post a small portion and then link to the site but you should never repost an entire article without permission from the author.

    It does suck though when we lose information And finding any info can take some effort lol

    We just have to work harder as a community to get information out there and preserve it!
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