In the early 90s, at the age of 14, I read Marion Zimmer Bradley’s book “The Mists of Avalon” – a retelling of the Arthurian legend from the women’s point of view. I was struck by the descriptions of Priestesses on the ancient isle of Avalon.
I knew then it was my mission to help bring back these practices – the connection with the Goddess, and through that, the connection with our own divinity.
“We are the granddaughters of the witches you couldn’t burn.”
That's a meme you’ll often see doing the rounds in spiritual and feminist communities.
Oh, but my darlings, no – we are the souls of the ones that you did.
And we are once again finding each other – in perfect love and perfect trust.
Each day, our supportive community of women continues to grow and to inspire new generations of women to acknowledge and worship the divine feminine.
We invite you to join us.