Zsuzsanna Budapest

Zsuzsanna Budapest AKA Z. Budapest AKA Zsuzsanna Emese Mokcsay

Hungary 1940 - present

Dianic Wicca Feminist leader;


Gerald Gardner; Margaret Murray; Charles Leland; Doreen Valiente; Lois Bourne; Patricia Crowther; Eleanor Bone AKA Ray Bone ; Alexander Sanders and Maxine Sanders, creators of Alexandrian Wicca; Stewart Farrar, Janet Farrar, Gavin Bone; Raven Grimassi; Leo Martello; Lady Sheba AKA Jessie Wicker Bell; Carl Llewellyn Weschcke, publisher; Gavin Frost & Yvonne Frost; Simone de Beauvoir; Betty Friedan; Ursula K. Le Guin ; Rita Mae Brown; Shalamith (Shuli) Firestone; Fran Luck of WBAI; Kathie Sarachild; Kate Millett; Aileen Hernandez; Letty Cottin Pogrebin; Ann Snitow; Robin Morgan; Marilyn Webb; Ellen Willis; Anne Koedt; Jo Freeman; Kathie Sarachild; Anne Forer; Carol Giardina; Anselma Dell'Olio; Ti-Grace Atkinson; Susan Brownmiller; Meredith Tax; Elaine Showalter; Phyllis Chesler; Ellen Frankfort; Elizabeth Fisher; Jill Johnston;


BoneBlossom; Diana Paxson ; Nevill Drury; Robert Bly;


or at least Fellow Teachers - Judy Harrow: Starhawk; Margot Adler; Merlin Stone;



Susan B. Anthony Coven, the first feminist, women-only, witches' coven ; Women's Spirituality Forum; improvisational theater group The Second City;


The Holy Book of Women's Mysteries: “Feminist Witchcraft”, Goddess Rituals, Spellcasting and Other Womanly Arts (1989) Vol. 1 & 2; The Grandmother of Time: A Woman's Book of Celebrations, Spells, and Sacred Objects for Every Month of the Year, (1989); Grandmother Moon: Lunar Magic in Our Lives—Spells, Rituals, Goddesses, Legends, and Emotions Under the Moon (1991); The Goddess in the Office: A Personal Energy Guide for the Spiritual Warrior at Work (1993); The Goddess in the Bedroom: A Passionate Woman's Guide to Celebrating Sexuality Every Night of the Week (1995; Summoning the Fates: A Woman's Guide to Destiny (1999) ; Celestial Wisdom for Every Year of Your Life: Discover the Hidden Meaning of Your Age (with Diana Paxson) (2003); Fly by Night; The Rise of the Fates, play; composed We All Come From the Goddess chant; The Feminist Book of Lights and Shadows, (1975);Rasta Dogs (2003); Selene, the Most Famous Bull-Leaper on Earth (1976); A Witch's Manifesto, 1992;


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