The Wizard and the Witch: Seven Decades of Counterculture, Magick & Paganism
This is the stranger-than-fiction tale of 2 soul friends who rejected the established order and embraced better beliefs . . . and had numerous enjoyable whereas they have been at it. Reclaiming Pagan as a religious identity―and residing in an open marriage for over 4 decades―Oberon and Morning Glory Zell really embrace the liberty to imagine, to like, and to live.
Telling the tales in their singular lives during this certain oral historical past, Oberon and Morning Glory―together with a colourful tribe of associates, fans, musicians, homesteaders, researchers, and ritualists―reveal how they confirmed the Church of All Worlds, revitalized Goddess worship, found the Gaea Thesis, raised genuine Unicorns, attached a world neighborhood via eco-friendly Egg journal, looked for mermaids within the South Pacific, and based the influential gray university of Wizardry.
Join Morning Glory and Oberon as they percentage the highs and lows in their notable lives, and discover the position they performed in shaping the group of Witches and Pagans that prospers on the earth today.
Includes a 16-page colour picture insert.
significantly freeing and uplifting adventure. Otter had all started making me new Goddesses that have been museum reproduction-quality pictures. He made Goddesses from the Stone Age and from the Bronze Age, one from Crete and one from Czechoslovakia. I additionally bought concerned and made a few items. OZ: while the California Academy of Sciences opened an show of “Ice Age Art,” I went all the way down to San Francisco and spent days sitting on a bit folding camp stool in entrance of the case of Paleolithic.
So I passed her one other one. while she had a stack of approximately 4 Cheez-Its, she conscientiously placed her beak round them and flew off. We figured that she should have a nest and infants that she was once taking them again to. a couple of minutes later she flew again back. We saved giving them to her and he or she didn’t fly away. She stored stacking them till she had particularly an incredible stack, all well piled on most sensible of one another. She may perhaps slightly open up her beak huge sufficient to include them. yet she did. and eventually she took the.
Lap of a tender virgin. We ended up using to Calaveras County, purchasing 4 pregnant does, and bringing them again. This used to be prior to Hallowe’en 1979. Now, our examine had indicated that it’s nearly most unlikely to make a Unicorn out of a feminine goat, and our first goat child, born on Groundhog Day, 1980, was once girl. OZ: We named her Milkmaid. This used to be our first start, so we have been rather eco-friendly at parenting. We took turns sound asleep within the stall all evening with Milkmaid’s mom, Amalthea. A.
New previous Time Chautauqua” touring leisure and medication exhibit caravan. But ounces, via any identify, has continuously been sturdy at getting recognition, and never so strong at earning profits. And such was once the case with the Unicorns. regardless of the entire exposure they received, there wasn’t a lot source of revenue generated. elevating Unicorns used to be a pricey and ongoing job that was once not able to pay for itself, and there have been extra charges like criminal charges for purchasing a patent at the Unicorning approach. They weren’t in a position to.
And, so much tremendous of all, a whale shark, yet we by no means observed whatever that healthy the outline we have been taking a look for—until we obtained to Nokon Bay in New eire. I used to be up on deck on watch with the divemaster, and without notice I observed tail flukes stand up out of the water. I known as him over to examine it out, and as we either watched we observed those rolling darkish backs after which, after a three-to-five minute pause, could come this sleek lengthy tail waving up and out of the water because the creature used it for.