Bad Monkey: The Collected 2011 Hearthstone Community Church Articles

Bad Monkey: The Collected 2011 Hearthstone Community Church Articles

by Morgan Drake Eckstein
     
 

Bad Monkey is the second collection of the articles that Morgan Drake Eckstein has written for the Hearthstone Community Church's monthly newsletter. In this set, he explores astrology, Wicca, storytelling and communication, as well as some of his own personal issues. This set of articles also celebrates the 20th anniversary of Hearthstone, and the history of

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Overview

Bad Monkey is the second collection of the articles that Morgan Drake Eckstein has written for the Hearthstone Community Church's monthly newsletter. In this set, he explores astrology, Wicca, storytelling and communication, as well as some of his own personal issues. This set of articles also celebrates the 20th anniversary of Hearthstone, and the history of the Open Full moon rituals it helps organize in Denver, Colorado.

Table of Contents

Introduction to this collection
Shameless Promotion Section
A brief history of astrology
Tropical! Sidereal! Constellational! Oh my!
The keyword approach to teaching astrology
Storytelling, mythology, and ritual
The Wiccan style of telling stories
Storytelling as our religious heritage
Leadership and communication
Happy Birthday Hearthstone Community Church
To explain or not to explain
Wicked witch versus fluff bunny
May you never…
Taking stock of all we are

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045099851
Publisher:
Morgan Drake Eckstein
Publication date:
11/21/2012
Series:
Hearthstone Community Church
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
290 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

A Third Degree Wiccan and Adept Major (6=5), Morgan Drake Eckstein had been involved in Wicca and paganism his entire life. He is a board member of Hearthstone Community Church (Denver, Colorado—the Open Full Moon People), as well as an elected officer of Bast Temple (Golden Dawn in the Outer, Ba Iset Order of the Rosy Cross [BIORC] in the Inner). He holds two bachelor degrees from the University of Colorado at Denver (literary studies and history). He is happily married to a ceramic artist. He is owned by several cats who wish that he would make more money as a writer, so that they could eat fresh shrimp every night.

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