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Call For Authors: “CommunityAlchemy.com – Global Perspectives on Alchemy, Myth and Sustainability”


Co-Presented by communityalchemy.com, PlanetShifter.com Magazine & openmythsource.com Community Alchemy is currently accepting submissions for its fourth e-book entitled: CommunityAlchemy.com – Global Perspectives on Alchemy, Myth and Sustainability Please consider contributing your vision as we look at how the global community … Continue reading

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LIGHT SHOUT! – WitchCraftMusic.com’s Alfred Surenyan on Pagan Music and the Sacred Rites


The Neo-Pagan Movement has now been active for roughly 50-60 years. The movement included the birth and growth of several different religions including Wicca, Feri, Reclaiming, Druidism, and many other traditions. Any type of organization, religious or non- religious that … Continue reading

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Mandala making and the individual alchemy of the senses. Interview with Laura Inserra, Samavesha Founder and Artistic Director


1. Please define “sense gates.” Do sense gates work with alchemical tools or processes? Usually Samavesha’s performances are based in different expressions of art because we want to reach as many sense gates as possible. An event made by music, … Continue reading

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Digital Gardening


What do we do with all the information that surrounds us? The current call for curation requires strategies that can create meaningful exchange beyond efficient tagging and search algorithms. Just as a gardener takes the raw information of the botanist … Continue reading

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Sonic Imprintation: the Shaman’s Alchemical Sound Check for the Sustainability Age


We’ve taken care of everything The words you hear, the songs you sing The pictures that give pleasure to your eyes It’s one for all and all for one We work together, common sons Never need to wonder how or … Continue reading

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