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  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (May 8 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0738704695
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738704692
  • Product Dimensions: 19.1 x 1.5 x 23.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 522 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #338,475 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Angelica Danton has studied and taught in the metaphysical field for over twenty years. She is also a regular radio broadcaster and speaker on new age topics. She holds a degree in Arts from Monash University and a degree in Law from Melbourne University.Angelica is a professional astrologer, palmist, tarot reader and numerologist with an extensive international client base. She holds many testimonials as to her accuracy. She comes from a family of intuitives.Angelica is a regular writer for a number of publications, including the best-selling Womans Day magazine. She is a consultant on many metaphysical topics for the media and conducts workshops on the Goddess.

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PART 1 Moon Goddess Women CHARMS AND SYMBOLS Tarot card: The Moon, which represents the emotions Moon phase: Waxing Celestial bodies: Neptune, the moon Herbs and plants: Aloe, camellia Colors: Whites, creams, greens Crystals and gemstones: Moonstone, clear quartz Incense: Lemon balm, sandalwood, gardenia Lucky day: Monday Lucky numbers: 2, 7, 11, 20 Ritual colors: Whites, blues, silver Ritual robes: Cotton, chiffon, light fabrics Magickal symbols: Mermaids, shells, fish, keys Goddesses: The moon, the maiden, the virginal, the feminine Theme song: (What a) Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong ASSOCIATED GODDESSES FOR THE GOAT WOMAN Flora: Roman goddess of vegetation and fertility who was also the original nymph. She is usually portrayed surrounded by fresh flowers. Sedna: North American goddess of water and the sea. Once a beautiful maiden, she became the ruler of the oceans. She guards the waters and is honored by fishermen. Oxun: African goddess of the water in all forms. She is usually depicted beautifully adorned as a stunning young woman sitting at the foot of a waterfall. She was regarded as a patron deity and goddess of beauty and femininity. She also held court over mediumship and hidden knowledge. Freya: Scandinavian goddess of beauty. She often took the form of a shegoat to cavort on earth. POSITIVE TRAITS unsophisticated passive feminine diplomatic unaffected caring sensitive idealistic ethereal nurturing thoughtful spiritual passionate perceptive refined intelligent discerning loving NEGATIVE TRAITS insecure touchy ungrounded manipulative vacillating naive acquiring calculating unrealistic fussy impractical critical finicky overanalytical detached cold weak indifferent

FAMOUS GOAT WOMEN Julia Roberts Nicole Kidman Barbara Stanwyck Jane AustenEvita Perón Whoopi Goldberg Catherine Deneuve Kate HudsonKatharine Hepburn Jennifer Love Hewitt Pamela Anderson Laura DernMira Sorvino Judy Davis Veronica Lake Simone de BeauvoirChristina Ricci Heather Mills GOAT WOMAN'S NUMBER 1 Sprightly and vivacious, you like to take the lead and be noticed. Try acting! 2 Docile and refined, you love to empathize with others. A marvelous counselor. 3 You can make a wonderful creative writer or thinker. You need to teach others. 4 You may need to build a castle, but not in the sky! There is a determined streak in you that inspires others. 5 Personality and natural style are yours. You work best in a busy but free environment. 6 You have the Earth Mother strongly represented in you. You need the security of family. 7 You are a highly sensitive, insightful Goat. Use your discernment and travel overseas. 8 Natural resilience and toughness balance your other Goat qualities. You can help to reform life for others. 9 Visionary Goat! You like to look at the big picture. THE NYMPH! The Goat woman is an exquisitely feminine creature in the classic romantic mode. No matter what her age, her goddess energy is forever linked to the fragile, emerging maiden full of wonder and promise. In this sense, she emulates both the moon goddesses and the nymphs of legend. Yet the goat in myth and legend has been associated with the god Pan and is one of the major symbolic animals of the earth's energy in its positive and negative aspects. The Goat woman carries herself with refinement and dignity and creates an almost otherworldly aura about her. Although she is distinctively gentle to the point of fragility in appearance, she shows strength and valor in her undertakings. Her sensitivity makes her a fabulous creative artist or entertainer. The current twenty-first-century confusion over male and female roles and what part each should play has assisted the rise of ultrafeminine Goat women artists like Julia Roberts and Nicole Kidman. These Goat leading ladies stir up memories of feisty maidens of old and create a romantic link to the past while demonstrating the Moon Goddess's evocative emotions. Nicole Kidman's portrayal of a fragile yet determined woman in Moulin Rouge artfully illustrates the Goat woman's powerful yet elusive femininity, while Julia Roberts dazzles us with her on-screen versatility and womanly charm. Literate, clever, refined, and perceptive, the Goat woman sees deeply into the heart of the matter and comes up with some incredible insights. Take a look at the feminine wisdom shown in almost every Jane Austen novel and you will appreciate the understanding the Goat woman has of the feminine psyche. (You will also appreciate her romantic concept of heroes!) The Goat woman often seeks a life of peace, surrounding herself with loved ones in an idyllic country setting like Austen's novels. The reality for her, however, is probably a hectic and busy lifestyle that leaves her longing for serenity. A Goat woman can be hypersensitive and is one of the touchiest, most delicate of the animal...(Continues)

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By loki on July 10 2004
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I just read a copy of Goddess Signs and I think that it has an interesting blend of ideas .
Given that a lot of Wiccans and pagans like the concept of animal familiars and working with deeper magick in this way , I was actually more interested in this part of the books energy than the astrological although this if quite infomative too .
I looked up my goddess and animal sign and they were a neat if rather contrasting fit .I am a Earth Goddess and an Ox.
I have always really felt close to the Earth mother energies and so was quite at home here .I have attempted a few of the rituals as well and these felt very comfortable as I have always liked the animal energy in my deeper spell work .
As a freelance witch I enjoyed the flow here and I am not too concerned with the recommendations for my sign because as an astrologer I would have to look at what associations come up for my moon and sun sign .Actually,I would have enjoyed it if the author could have given me more info on these .
I liked it and would pass it around .
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A much better example of what Australian metaphysical writers are about than one of our previous glossy attempts. This book is a fresh new approach. It's juicy, gutsy, and a powerful tool of transformation through the maxim "know thyself" using the signs and archetypes it introduces and helps you easily understand and you can then further expand upon yourself in your own way. The book focuses on respecting and enjoying that all people have that special light within them, not just a selected few. Because it polarizes the modern woman and man in society it has the resulting effect: reviewers will fall into one of two categories...Empowered people who respect other people and disempowered, supplicants (or power mongers) who do not. The disempowered reviewers are easily detected and are those who do the most wining about this work because it clearly challenges them in areas they as yet are not ready to evaluate. It asks them to put their effort (towards empowerment) where their mouth is. It can be hard for someone in that category to acept the empowerment of others, thus lashing out at the book.
Although I happily admit I am a pig woman, I also heartily enjoyed reading the horse meditation as I felt it offered people with that sign a golden opportunity to look into and reflect upon the more divine aspects of this sign in the Chinese zodiac oft misunderstood by both the person living in it and those surrounding them.
In the end reviews will be written in one of two (VAINS) which will be more telling about the reviewers than the work which in itself provides an entirely new paradigm and very clear choice for women. The goddess and god calls for our respect within and without. In order for us to evolve we alone must make the choices and the hard steps towards our goals.
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By lilith on June 22 2004
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I have been reading chinese astrology for a long time because I find it interesting and usually very helpful to understanding people .A lot of people get confused by it because it is really based on the lunar year not your month of birth .I am born under the sign of the snake in may 1977 but my sister is born under the pig in 1971 but on the last day in the lunar calender so she is a pig but she is like a rat according to her interpretation too.
Anyway, in the authors astrology columns she tells you which lunar year you are born under but maybe she could have mentioned people born on the cusp of that year too as a bit more info.I read a really silly review of this book where the reveiwer said the chinese astrology is wrong here because you need the time date and year and this sounds like she is really confused .You just need the lunar year and you can find that out from tables in the book my only advice is I think Danton should have put in cusp people but I liked her style which I found lucid and fun and I liked my category of goddess which is dark as this really fits my magical side too .I have been a practising pagan for most of my adult life and I like people who are bold enough to propose new ways of seeing things .
I find the premise that all women are individual goddesses very attractive and I also identify with much of what is said .If you are reading this book check out the section on goddesses and karma found this the best bit .
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By nexy jo on June 22 2004
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danton creates an astrological system by assigning a type of goddess to each "person type" by virtue of their chinese astrology sign, which corresponds to birth year (not month like in western astrology), and also assigns an element. again, they're eastern elements; water, wood, fire, earth, metal, unlike the western elements air, fire, water, and earth.
i was born in a year of the monkey, which corresponds to the dark goddess. other goddess types include warrior, earth, sun, and moon. she also corresponds western signs and "goddess expression" and as i'm a taurus, my correspondance is with the empress goddess, which interestingly enough, doesn't correspond to monkey, but ox instead.
other "charms and symbols" bore little correspondance to those i traditionally have found in my life, for example, incense are lavender and almond, and i've always burned sandalwood, musk, or vanilla. or ritual colors as yellow and gold, and i don't *ever* wear gold jewelry - always silver, and my favorite colors have always been blue, violet, and pink.
she also employs a bit of numerology and i turn out to be a number "4", which corresponds to the traits of being grounded and realistic, having a tremendous drive and energy. i like to think that her numerolical assessment is a bit more in line. she does also offer the greek goddess hecate as an associated goddess for the "monkey woman", and i have always felt an affinity with hecate.
she further assigns "the sorceress" to dark goddess women, and that also suit me well, being wiccan and all the magical attributes associated with that. another correspondance struck me as right on. it reads "..as she is so ready to shape-shift to please others...".
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