A Real Life Descent Poem

The seasonal transition from autumn into winter marks the time of descent in many cultural myths. It is the period in the Western hemisphere in which we are called by the cycles of nature to physiologically, psychologically, and metaphysically turn inward. It is a time of closing in, of reconsidering, of re-calibrating and re-adjusting as we…   Read More

Spider Woman and the Great Big Story of Reality – Part I

Here I am presenting at the American Academy of Religion at the beautiful Pacific Lutheran University in Parkland, Washington, in May, 2018. I spoke about the earliest creator god whom our Indigenous ancestors envisioned as an original single female entity. In the Pueblo mythology, and seen in other mythologies worldwide, this singular creatrix initially projects her…   Read More