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(Book Review) The Mago Way by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang reviewed by Hearth Moon Rising

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When I began my own Goddess studies, I devoured the “Great Goddess,” “Gods and Goddesses of the World,” and “World Mythology” compilations that were available and noticed the complete absence of information about Korean goddesses. 665 palabras más

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(Essay 1) How Did I Fall In Love with Korean Historical Drama? by Anna Tzanova, M.A.

Go to online class, Korean Historical Dramas. 

“To become a kairomancer¹, you need to learn to trust your feelings as you walk the roads of this world, to develop your personal science of shivers, to recognize in your gut and your skin and in free-floating impressions that you know far more than you hold on the surface of consciousness. 755 palabras más

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2015 in review

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2016 Mago Pilgrimage Participants/Presenters

2016 Mago Pilgrimage to Korea (June 9-22). 

Dr. Helen Hye-Sook Hwang, executive director

Helen Hye-Sook Hwang, Ph.D.  is scholar, activist, and advocate of Magoism, anciently originated tradition that venerates Mago as the Great Goddess. 649 palabras más

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Mago Pilgrimage Vol 1

Mago Pilgrimage: Photo Essays with Magoist Meditation Guides

Author: Helen Hye-Sook Hwang, Ph.D.

Forthcoming 2016 by Mago Books.

This book aims at guiding readers to the core message of Magoism, Return to the Origin of the Great Goddess/Mago. 35 palabras más

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