Goddess books for the heart and mind.
Norfolk Goddess Temple
Open seasonal celebrations, workshops, trainings, walks etc.
Women & Mythology
Association for the Study of Women and Mythology. Goddess-focussed.
Institute of Archaeomythology
The Institute of Archaeomythology (continuing the work of Marija Gimbutas). Open access to the Journal of Archaeomythology.
Brighton-based Interfaith & Goddess activities, including Workshops on Egyptian Mysteries & the Divine Feminine.
Educational Goddess pilgrimages to Crete with Carol Christ.
Katinka Soetens is a Priestess of Avalon serving the Divine Feminine of this land and the Universal Goddess.
Herbal Medicine and Spirit Healing the Wise Woman Way.
Karen Tate – Voices of the Sacred Feminine
Voices of the Sacred Feminine internet radio.
Portals to the Self: A Women’s Circle by the Sea
Women’s retreats on Isla Mujeres, Mexico, an island sacred to Ixchel, the Mayan Moon Goddess and historically a place for healing rituals among the Mayan people.
Brighid Goddess and Saint
This beautiful site is a great resource – and is by our excellent printer, Paul Williment.
Wicca (real first name) is a Wiccan High Priestess and founder/teacher of the Swiss Wicca School. She creates her own magical oils and brews and makes silver jewellery. The website is to inform Swiss-Austrian and German-speaking people about Wiccan traditions, beliefs, and witchcraft in general and there is also an online shop.
Fellowship of Isis
Central, global website of the Fellowship of Isis.
Featuring Goddess Statues and figurines, Wall Decor, Tapestries and Reliefs, Jewelry, Drums, Sistrums, Altar Cloths, Candle Shrines, Rubber Stamps, Stickers and Goddess Art. Ancient ‘Herstorical’ Wisdom and Inspiring Gifts for the beautiful Goddess within each of us. Authentic reproductions of ancient artifacts found throughout the world’s museums.
Sculptures of Goddesses from around the world including Greece, Turkey, Japan, Egypt and Britain, from small to life sized, for home, altar, garden and grove.
The homepage of Harita Meenee, in both Greek and English. Harita is a scholar of the classical world and researcher in women’s studies. There are some fascinating articles here!
Needing no introduction,this famous round tarot deck celebrates the power of the Goddess and illuminates wisdom from a variety of cultures and from the earth herself.
“Discover the world of Women’s Spirituality.”
The Moon Diary, Moon Cycle Wall Chart, Moon Magic cards, Moon Rites book and book marks bring you the world of Lunar Lore, Moon Stories of many cultures and ideas for simple but powerful ritual.
Daniel is a storyteller and mythmaker and is the former editor of the Goddess-centred magazine Wood and Water. His website contains most of his articles and reviews that were published in Wood and Water and elsewhere, and a selection of his stories.
Tattoo Artist, Author, Illustrator, Singer and Soul-Poet.
The Goddess Dancing
Experience belly dance for body, mind and spirit!
Dor Dama Press
Books on the Goddess by writers such as Monica Sjöö, Jill Smith & Cheryl Straffon.
The Goddess in Glastonbury
The Isle of Avalon Foundation
courses and trainings in spiritual, metaphysical, healing and personal-growth subjects.
We’moon is not just a calendar, it’s a way of life…
Sounds & Furies Productions
Workshops, retreats & special events in BC Canada & elesewhere for women
Goddess 3000 Festival & books by Z
Goddess Alive talks and workshops in USA
Suppressed Histories Archives
International women’s studies by Max Dashu
Ancient visions of the Great Goddess by Sid Reger
Online sacred temple of the Great Goddess
Goddess activist, writer, teacher, feminist theologan
Fellowship of Isis correspondence specialising in Priestess training
The Beltane Papers
A journal of women’s mysteries
Sacred Woman, Sacred Dance
Awakening spirituality through movement and ritual
Goddess artist, writer and performer
Goddess scholar and author of many fine Goddess books
Spirit Fire Festival
SpiritFire is a community gathering dedicated to peace through exploring the unity of mind, body and spirit and each other.
Friends of Bride’s Mound
A Glastonbury site where Bride (or St Brigit) is said to have lived.