Like many, I felt the call of the reemerging Divine Feminine. As an astrologer, I chose Venus as my starting point for getting to know the Goddess. I’ve devoted the past five years to research, which has ranged from scholarly to up-close-and-personal, and has included diverse sources – historical, fictional, channeled, mythological and experiential.
Along the way, I’ve studied Priestess Presence with Elayne Doughty, Sacred Sexuality with Layla Martin, Jennifer Posada and Anaiya Sophia, the Evolutionary Goddess with Sally Kempton and Andrew Harvey, and Feminine Power with Lucia Rene. I graduated from the Mastery program at Mama Gena’s School of Womanly Arts.
My younger self completed an MA in Women’s Studies at Emory University. Although I came out of that program more confused than ever about the feminine, I did hone my research and writing skills.
Early on in my research, Mary Magdalene appeared as a Goddess guide to support my Venus project. I uncovered many explicit links between Venus and Christianity’s “hidden goddess,” and you can read my findings in an article published in the April/May 2015 issue of The Mountain Astrologer magazine, reprinted on astro.com: “Venus, Mary Magdalene and the Reemerging Sacred Feminine.” The article is a super-condensed version of my book-in-progress.
My passion is to hold safe and sacred space for women to uncover, remember and embody their Goddess selves.