KATHERINE NEVILLE’S April Fool Newsletter April 1, 2012 Born from the Foam This month was named for the Greek goddess Aphrodite (aphros=foam, dite=born): she who was born from a drop of sperm fallen into the sea, and who emerge
KATHERINE NEVILLE’S New Year’s Newsletter January 1, 2012 Happy New Year everyone! It’s time again for New Year’s Resolutions. When it comes to Time, we know the saying: “Time and Tide wait for no man.
KATHERINE NEVILLE’S “On Civil Disobedience” Newsletter November 9, 2011 (11/9/11) Hello everyone: It has been three months since my last newsletter, and three years since my last book. I’ve been really busy:
KATHERINE NEVILLE’S Angel Day Newsletter July 18, 2011 John Dee’s Birthday : July 18, 1527 Today marks the birthday of that great Elizabethan magus, John Dee. (Actually, recent research indicates that he was born July 13
KATHERINE NEVILLE’S Walpurgisnacht Newsletter April 30, 2011 (“May Eve”) Night on Bald Mountain Tonight is one of the oldest northern European holidays, the magical evening just before May 1st – a night with s
KATHERINE NEVILLE’S Spring (Forward) Newsletter March 21, 2011 Dr. Dian Fetter: the artist in Santa Fe! The photo of me here was taken in Santa Fe by my friend, the Egyptologist and art professor, Dr Dian Fetter. Dian (whose birthday
KATHERINE NEVILLE’S Candlemas Newsletter February 2, 2011 Happy Groundhog Day! “How much wood would a Woodchuck chuck If a Woodchuck could chuck wood?” – Children’s tongue-twister The Woodchuck (from its