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Klassik Komix: Tropical Topics By Jer Alford
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Klassik Komix talks Tropical Topics. Captain Terry Thunder and the Congo Lancers ride into adventure, Dogface Dooley is tempted by a rowdy Russian, Tabu the Jungle Wizard crosses a sorceress, Johnny... More > Danger travels to Egypt, & White Goddess Nagra gets civilized. Great jungle fun, & in color! 100 Big Pages!< Less
ULULANI THE BREADFRUIT BABY "Beginnings" Part 1 By ken kudo
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32 page action comic book. This is part 1 of the story of a Hawaiian supergirl, borne from a breadfruit, with superstrength and the ability to talk to animals and plants. Her childhood is spent... More > developing her powers and encountering her enemies, the Kahuna boys and Pele, the fire goddess.< Less
Moon Lore By Rev. Timothy Harley
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This work is a contribution to light literature and to the literature of light. The first part is mythological. It is the original nucleus around which the other parts have gathered. Some years... More > since, the writer was led to investigate the world-wide myth of the Man in the Moon, in its legendary and ludicrous aspects. The second part, deals with moon worship and is designed to show that anthropomorphism and sexuality have been the principal factors in that idolatry which in all ages has paid homage to the hosts of heaven. The third part talks of lunar superstitions, many of which yet live in the vagaries that sour and shade our modern sweetness and light. And finally, the fourth part is a literary essay on lunar inhabitation, presenting in nuce the present state of the enigma of the plurality of worlds.< Less
Ruler and the Gods and the Revenge of Hades By Cole Bruce
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In the 2nd book of the Ruler and the Gods series, we see our chosen warrior hero, Jesse Talley again, but this time in the Human World. The story talks a lot about Jesse and his friend, Jake (which... More > we will see who he truly is). But, in the middle of the story, there will be a much darker Jesse Talley who destroys parts of his hometown, Pensacola. So, it’s up to two Gods; Ares and Hermes and one Goddess; Athena to help their friend from Hades’ revenge.< Less
Idunna #88 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #88 (Summer 2011) had the theme of "Heathen Stew" -- in other words, no particular theme, but essays on a wide variety of Heathen topics. Erik Goodwyn contributes an essay on... More > "Myths and Psychology", Ember Cooke writes on how modern Heathens approach the goddess Idunna, and Stephen Ausband talks about his visit to a Bible college. You'll find book and music reviews, poetry, our usual columns and listings, a special story for children -- and even a couple of recipes for stew!< Less
Idunna #88 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #88 (Summer 2011) had the theme of "Heathen Stew" -- in other words, no particular theme, but essays on a wide variety of Heathen topics. Erik Goodwyn contributes an essay on... More > "Myths and Psychology", Ember Cooke writes on how modern Heathens approach the goddess Idunna, and Stephen Ausband talks about his visit to a Bible college. You'll find book and music reviews, poetry, our usual columns and listings, a special story for children -- and even a couple of recipes for stew!< Less
Storm The Elements By Crystal Harris
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A passionate expression of suffering, hope and life. These poems reveal the inner battles of mental and spiritual freedom. A solemn testament of the life of the African American nation, seen... More > through the eyes of a Black Woman-earning her right as Queen. Come share in this journey as I soar into my eternal realms as a Goddess!******Reviews Talk To Me Rating: Excellent I like this. well written. At first I thought it was written for a "significant other" to be politically correct, and it would do well (excepting the last line) as such a poem. But upon reading the last 2 lines, it flows wonderfully as well. Nicely done. Keep writing. ~Beth< Less
Storm The Elements By Crystal Harris
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A passionate expression of suffering, hope and life. These poems reveal the inner battles of mental and spiritual freedom. A solemn testament of the life of the African American nation, seen... More > through the eyes of a Black Woman-earning her right as Queen. Come share in this journey as I soar into my eternal realms as a Goddess!******Reviews Talk To Me Rating: Excellent I like this. well written. At first I thought it was written for a "significant other" to be politically correct, and it would do well (excepting the last line) as such a poem. But upon reading the last 2 lines, it flows wonderfully as well. Nicely done. Keep writing. ~Beth< Less
Spider's Web (Issue 23) By Spider Wood
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We are not dead yet! A5, 56 pages. Exclusive, lengthy and curious interviews with Monica Richards (Oh, yesssssss! This beautiful Gothic Goddess is talking at length... and sharing so much of her... More > soul with me) Dead Born Babies, Cold in Berlin, Nasty Little Lonely, Black Heroin Gallery...and more. As usual, you will need to make time for this read, and don't forget to have a bottle of your favourite wine at hand. Zine For The Goth hearted - promoting music (Goth/postpunk/alternative). Printed magazine - old school style, something to cherish and hold in your hands - add the new issue to your collection.< Less
Idunna #55 By The Troth
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"Hofs and Harrows"—places of worship, in other words—was the theme of IDUNNA #55 (Spring 2003). Features include Fred Loucks-Schultz on Roman-era altars to the Germanic Matronae... More > goddesses; Birgit Knorr on places of worship in the Norse poem Völuspá; Diana Paxson and Jordsvin with articles on places of worship; Lazarus Chernik on "Virtual Hofs"; and Laure Washington's article "It Lies Within". Jane Ruck and Rowan Angell contributed descriptions of their personal sites of worship, and Patricia Lafayllve's "But I Don't Own a House" talks about adapting worship to small spaces. You'll also find book and music reviews, poetry, herblore, recipes, the usual columns, and more!< Less

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