Seasonal Salon

About the Spring Equinox 2007 Contributors

Bellezza Squillace is an Ordained Priestess of RCG-I (1999). Amidst numerous upper management positions in Corporate America, she worked as a Director of Administration for a national medical research firm, served two 2-year terms as President and later as Chair on the Board of Trustees for the Midwest Italian-American Historical Association, was the co-founder and Board Member of RCG/MN, currently is a member of the Advisory and Ordination Councils for RCG-I. For those of you who understand the impact of Astrology on our choices and experiences, Bellezza’s Capricorn Moon is on the cusp of the 9th House of Spirituality and the 10th House of Career. She can be reached by email at: bellezza_of_sis@yahoo.com.

Debby Zygielbaum has a degree in biology and women's studies, is a graduate of the Women's Thealogical Institute and was ordained as a Priestess of RCGI in May 2006. She has worked as a naturalist, botanist and horticulturist and has lived in Costa Rica, Australia and Spain. Currently pursuing a career as a farmer, she lives in Northern California with her partner, four cats and a horse.

Marisa Folse, a multi-ethnic woman, is an ordained Guardian Minister with an extensive and eclectic background studying the Divine Feminine along multi-ethnic and multi-traditional lineages. She can be reached for references, research links and more at: marisafolse@sbcglobal.net

Max Dashu founded the Suppressed Histories Archives in 1970. Since then, she has built a collection of over 14,000 slides and 100 shows on global women's history, female spheres of power, mother-right, patriarchy, empire, shamanic arts, and Goddess traditions. See www.suppressedhistories.net for articles and excerpts from The Secret History of the Witches, a forthcoming sourcebook on European folk religion and the witch hunts. Max's paintings re-envision bold and spirited women, pagan sacraments and goddesses around the world. Her latest offering is Our Reproductive Rights! a multi-issue poster in rich colors. See it at www.maxdashu.net , along with magnets of the healing sayings illustrated above.

Category: Spring Equinox 2007