"Moon" by Jodie Muir

"Moon" by Jodie Muir


Volume 1, Issue 4:  The Moon lifts the veil of matter and reveals to us the Machinery of the Universe.  Within her, images born of universal consciousness rise and fall in the Astral Light; all that is created is prepared for crystallization into matter.  She is the carousel of faces.  Her nature is seductive, cyclical, and rhythmic.  She speaks in allegory, symbol, and myth.  For our winter issue, abandon realism and enter the Moon’s Treasure House of Images.

Fiction: Witch Woman and Her Forgetful Lover (A.K. Kelly), The Giving (T.K. Tolbert); Non-Fiction: A Naked Moment (Rev. Judith Laxer); Poetry: Lady Moon Remembers and Mourns: 5 Songs (John Barrale). Lunar Hunger (Elancharan Gunasekaran), Moon Phases, Moon Milk (Stella Wulf), Kamari (Kamari Bright), To Choose Moonlight (J.A. Grier), Luna (Alison Goodhew), Satellite (Conyer Clayton), It Was Dark and She (Heather Truett), Rendezvous in Space (Phyllis Wax), Caught Familiar (Lorraine Schein), 13 Ways of Looking at the Moon (Cynthia Gallaher); Magicae Artes: Vitalization of the Lunar Essence (Leonis Keys), Moon Crystal Elixir (Helen Ward); Art/Photography: Jodie Muir (U.K.), Mariana Palova (Mexico), Mariette Papic (U.S.), MindTuber (Czech Republic), Caryn Drexl (U.S.).

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Format:  Paperback. Full Color. 6" (152 mm) x 8" (203 mm) x 117 pp.