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Who Post on the News Section of the Divine Feminine App
Our objective with the News section is to lift up others work, show new perspectives, major happenings around the world, how the app works, etc. while avoiding the 'endless scroll'.
Molly Remer of Brigids Grove - Molly has been “gathering the women” to circle, sing, celebrate, and share since 2008. She plans and facilitates women’s circles, seasonal retreats and rituals, mother-daughter circles, family ceremonies, and red tent circles in central Missouri. She is an ordained priestess who holds MSW, M.Div, and D.Min degrees. She completed her dissertation about contemporary priestessing in the U.S. Molly’s roots are in birth work, childbirth education, and domestic violence activism. She began creating birth art during her first pregnancy in 2003. Molly is the author of Womanrunes, Earthprayer, and The Red Tent Resource Kit, as well as three social service oriented booklets and a miscarriage memoir. She maintained her popular Talk Birth blog from 2007-2016 and writes about thealogy, nature, practical priestessing, and the goddess at Brigid’s Grove, her Woodspriestess blog, and SageWoman Magazine. She also writes for Feminism and Religion.
Owl and the Moon is a Facebook and Instagram community where Allison Johnson shares the wisdom and healing she's gained over the past several years. Owl came to her in November of 2011 and symbolized the death of her old life and the change of what was to come. Owl and the Moon is her labor of love and she hopes the words and images will inspire and empower women to seek the Goddess within.
Jude Lally - Jude is inspired by her heritage and the lineage of the Bean Feasa tradition (Irish Gaelic for Wise Woman). In this role, she works with the tools of art, ritual, and imagination as an artist and storyteller. Her work focuses around her Ancestral Mothers of Scotland and as a Cultural Activist, she practices traditions such as Keening, providing much-needed rituals not just at end of life transitions but also to work with the grief we hold at the injustices happening on the planet to women and girls, animals and the land herself. She calls herself a Radical Doll Maker linking the tradition back to the hands that made the Woman of Willedorf. She has contributed to several anthologies such as Patricia Monaghan’s Brigit: Sun of Womanhood as well as the She Rises Mago Anthologies and the Mago Celebrations of the Goddess. She also writes for MAGO and Witches and Pagans. She gained her MSc Masters Degree in Human Ecology at the University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, Scotland) with her thesis ‘Fire in the Head, Heart, and Hand. A Study of the Goddess Brighid as Goddess Archetype and her Relevance to Cultural Activists in Contemporary Scotland’. Originally from Scotland, she currently lives in Asheville, Western North Carolina.
Lucy Pearce of Womancraft Publishing -
Lucy H. Pearce is the author of eight life-changing non-fiction books for women. Her most recent is Medicine Woman: reclaiming the soul of healing. Her others include Nautilus Award Winner Burning Woman; and Amazon #1 Bestsellers Moon Time and The Rainbow Way. The mother of three children, she is also a vibrant visual artist with a passion for creating spirals in her native landscape in East Cork, Ireland. In 2014 Lucy established Womancraft Publishing, publishing life-changing, paradigm-shifting books by women, for women. www.womancraftpublishing.com Her work has been published in dozens of online and print media outlets. She has contributed to a number of book anthologies including: Tiny Buddha; BlogHer; Wild Sister; Earth Pathways Diary and WeMoon and her work is featured in If Women Rose Rooted.