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Please support Rev. Dee’s Apothecary and other small online and brick-and-mortar stores! Rev. Dee did a lot of holiday shopping at Loscon, supporting the vendors there. Here are the new items so far for this season; even more new products will be unveiled at the Goddess Temple of Orange County on Sunday, Dec. 8th, 10-2 PM, but Rev. Dee does not bring everything that is available on her website, so please order online! Check, cash, money order, Paypal (Denise Dumars).
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Did you know that Rev. Dee does Tarot Card readings—your choice of numerous decks? Gift certificates available! Consultation in person or on the phone. She also does chakra balancing (in-person only) See Readings & Consultations page.
VOICES OF THE SACRED FEMININE with Karen
Tate: Blog Talk Radio. Catch the March 8 show from the archives. Shows
can be heard via I-Tunes.
Diane Paxson—author of nearly three dozen books, including Marion Zimmer Bradley's Ravens of Avalon discusses her newest book, The Way of the Oracle
Denise Dumars—author, scholar, professor, Denise discusses the occult movements of the 19th century and the women who made them rock in “Steampunk Mage: Eminent Victorian Occultists”
“Steampunk Mage: Eminent Victorian Occultists” is based on the presentation that Rev. Denise Dion-Isis Dumars gave at the Gaslight Gathering Steampunk Convention in San Diego in 2011. However, in her presentation to Voices of the Sacred Feminine, she first gives an overview of the Celtic Revival and a few important occult developments of the Victorian era that relate directly to our modern magickal and spiritual practices and then focuses primarily on important female influences of the era, including the women of the Golden Dawn; vodou priestesses such as Marie Laveau, Malvina LaTour, and Mary Ellen Pleasant; and of course, Madame Blavatsky. The talk is of interest to modern Wiccans, followers of Goddess Religion, and all those who want to know more about Victorian Occultism as material for their creative writing and scholarship.
Rev. Denise “Dion-Isis” Dumars is a college professor of English, a writer, a scholar, and founder of the Iseum of Isis Paedusis, a South Bay area Iseum chartered by the Fellowship of Isis. Learn more at DyanaAset.com
Namasté, Blesséd Be, Shalom, Salaam, Amen, and Brightest Blessings from Rev. Dee!