Faces of the Goddess

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Sample issue #22  from Spring '98 has articles on magical beasts and their meaning: Centaurs, Dragons, Pegasus, Unicorns, etc.; holy sites: Mt. Shasta, Mt. Arunachala, and Isle of Avalon; and holy beings: Hsi Wang Mu, goddess in the Chinese pantheon, Keltic Fairies, and Children of the Fey. Also it includes some notable pen and ink illustrations.  
Sample issue #22  from Spring '98 has articles on magical beasts and their meaning: Centaurs, Dragons, Pegasus, Unicorns, etc.; holy sites: Mt. Shasta, Mt. Arunachala, and Isle of Avalon; and holy beings: Hsi Wang Mu, goddess in the Chinese pantheon, Keltic Fairies, and Children of the Fey. Also it includes some notable pen and ink illustrations.  
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Faces of the Goddess is a long running zine by Sharon Niman from Crows Landing, California. It's a gently uplifting zine that mixes mysticism with mythology. Sample issue #22 from Spring '98 has articles on magical beasts and their meaning: Centaurs, Dragons, Pegasus, Unicorns, etc.; holy sites: Mt. Shasta, Mt. Arunachala, and Isle of Avalon; and holy beings: Hsi Wang Mu, goddess in the Chinese pantheon, Keltic Fairies, and Children of the Fey. Also it includes some notable pen and ink illustrations.

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