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(Essay) Cook, Eat, Celebrate, Heal Lessons from the Yakbab by Anna Tzanova, M.A.

“Glutinous rice is mixed with oil and honey, pine nuts and dates. Families in the neighborhood share bowls of this rice with each other as the magpie awakes, seduced by the clear crisp down .” 2.573 palabras más

Goddesses

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(Mago Stronghold Essay 3) The Forgotten Primordial Paradise by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang, Ph.D.

Part 3: Indelible Old Magoism Encrypted in China’s “Mago Stronghold”

The Mago word “Mago Stronghold” has narrowly survived patriarchal linguistic censorships. Sometimes it is preferably or deliberately employed as a euphemism. 1.998 palabras más

Feminism

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(Online Class) Korean Historical Dramas Module 3

Mago Academy is happy to announce the third module of Korean Historical Dramas online class. Free of charge upon sending us Registration Form below.

Go to Korean Historical Dramas for all modules. 634 palabras más

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Search for Mago Artists/Illustrators and Writers for Mago Books Projects

Mago Books seeks Mago artists and writers for various projects on Mago and Magoism! One may apply for both categories. And you can apply as a group. 399 palabras más

Announcement

Upcoming Online Class, Introduction to Magoism

Mago Academy is pleased to announce the upcoming online course, Introduction to Magoism! It is the required course for Magoist Certificate Programs but open to the public. 614 palabras más

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(Mago Stronghold Essay 2) The Forgotten Primordial Paradise by Helen Hye-Sook Hwang, Ph.D.

Part 2: Mago, Mago Clan, and Old Korea

“Mago Stronghold” is a magical (read gynocentric) word that engenders the power of the Great Goddess. Survived in written and oral texts as well as geographies, it, while disclosing the plot of magna-matricide… 1.345 palabras más

Goddesses

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