Edgar Cayce and the Eternal Feminine
Rogers explores the Eternal Feminine and Edgar Cayce. From Creation Myths, Twin Souls and Goddess practices; Rogers offers insight into the causes of oppression of women in search of gender justice. Rogers presents the Circle of Light Ritual and interviews engaged in "The Work." This book is a shining star.
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Chapter Four The Circle of LightMoon Cycle Process
Evaluation and Reflection
Circle Of Light Process Correlated to
Sally Cayce Interview
Appendix E Representative Responses to Questionnaire
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