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Goddess Links

American Tradition of the Goddess - Welcome to the American Tradition of the Goddess, also known lovingly as Amtrad.  This website is dedicated to share information about the teachings, practices, and people of Amtrad.  This is a Wiccan tradition which began and flourishes primarily in northTexas.

The Beltane Papers - A journal of women's mysteries.

Circle of Aradia - Circle of Aradia is a religious organization celebrating women's mysteries and magic in the tradition of Dianic Wicca. COA is a Southern California affiliate grove of the Temple of Diana. Circle of Aradia offers public Dianic Wiccan rituals and classes.

Covenant of the Goddess - an international organization of cooperating, autonomous Wiccan congregations and solitary practitioners. Here, you'll find information about the CoG organization and activities, as well as the religious beliefs and practices which comprise Wicca.

Daughters of the Goddess - A Dianic Womyn-only Goddess temple dedicated in the spirit of Aloha, to the preservation, perpetuations and promotion of Goddess culutere, public ceremony, ritual and Womyn's mysteries.

Fellowship of Isis - Welcome to the Fellowship of Isis Homepage! Within these pages, you will find a wide variety of subject matter on the Fellowship of Isis as it originates from theFoundation Center, including information on each of its Societies: theCollege ofIsis, the Spiral of the Adepti, the Spiral of Alchemy, the Druid Clan of Dana, and the Noble Order of Tara.

Glastonbury Goddess Temple - A group of Goddess-loving people came together to progress the Glastonbury Goddess Temple project. We began by gathering interested people and raising funds. After looking at suitable buildings to rent until we have generated enough funds to buy our own property, we found a space, which opened at Imbolc 2002. We are continuing to look for the right building to convert or a piece of land on which to build the Temple.

Goddess Alive - Goddess celebration and research.

Goddess Pages - Goddess Pages will become an online journal, with articles, fiction, poetry and more. The plan is to publish four times a year, around Samhain, Imbolc, Beltane and Lammas.

The Lilith Institute - a center for learning which seeks to transmit many types of knowledge -- oral, written, iconographic, spiritual, emotional, and embodied. In schools or online, in private homes or community centers, we work to connect women with each other and to themselves.

Jane Meredith - Jane Meredith is a priestess of the Goddess. She lives inAustralia and works internationally. 

Kathy Jones - Kathy has spent the last 28 years living inGlastonbury, also known as the Isle of Avalon, learning of the ways of the Goddess in this ancient and sacred place. She is a Priestess of Avalon and has played a key role in bringing back awareness of the Goddess intoGlastonbury.

Nemea Goddess Centre - A new Austrian site with workshops, healings, crafts and more.

PaGaian - re-inventing Earth-based Goddess religion.

Re-formed Congregation of the Goddess, International - is a multi-tradition women's religion. Our members embrace a variety of spiritual paths, the common element among them being a belief in female divinity and a commitment to positive spiritual practice. We are the oldest officially recognized women's religion in the United States, as well as the largest with affiliated circles and solitary members from around the world.

Serpentina - Women centered research for everybody.

Spiral Goddess - Time is a Luxury today,  finding websites that feature the finest quality content is always a challenge. Here at the Spiral Goddess Grove there is always something to experience that goes beyond the material magic of Cartier, Harry Winston, Chanel, Laugerfeld and Mira Lago. This site is not about material luxury, it is about the abundant luxury of a first class spiritual experience.  An experience that cannot be bought, but can only be experienced with an open heart and curious mind. Enjoy your visit here  with us. Whatever you experience in your daily life, we offer you a place of rest and renewal, a sacred place with jeweled altars, sacred caves, quiet groves and seashores.

Temple of Diana - Temple of Diana was created to help heal, empower, and celebrate women by offering personal
and public community rituals, classes and workshops in the tradition of Dianic Wicca.
Temple of Diana's spiritual tradition is a Goddess and woman-centered, earth-based, feminist denomination
of the Wiccan religion. Dianic tradition is a vibrantly creative and evolving Women's Mystery tradition,
inclusive of all women.