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By Zsuzsanna E. Budapest | Comments: ( 120 ) | Date: ( Dec 07, 2019 )

During the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, Z Budapest narrowly escaped a massacre Was it chance that spared her life, or destiny Budapest, a pioneer of the women s spirituality movement, introduces us to the three Fates that rule our lives Not even the gods and goddesses can escape these raw forces of nature presiding over the past, present, and future Budapest uses fairyDuring the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, Z Budapest narrowly escaped a massacre Was it chance that spared her life, or destiny Budapest, a pioneer of the women s spirituality movement, introduces us to the three Fates that rule our lives Not even the gods and goddesses can escape these raw forces of nature presiding over the past, present, and future Budapest uses fairy tales, historical lore, and personal anecdotes to describe the three sacred sisters who are especially active during our thirty year life cycles Urdh youth , Verdandi adulthood , and Skuld the crone years Want a taste of the cosmic soup bubbling in Fate s cauldron Budapest also offers heartfelt advice, exercises, and rituals to help you connect with the Fates and embrace your own unique destiny Budapest s rituals for summoning the conductors of luck combine sensuality and joy with reverence for the unknown This charming book shows readers how rituals and faith can lead us inward to find the wisdom and goodness of the Goddess in our own lives Publishers Weekly


  • Title: Summoning the Fates: A Woman's Guide to Destiny
  • Author: Zsuzsanna E. Budapest
  • ISBN: 9781401098827
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Summoning the Fates: A Woman's Guide to Destiny

  • Kelly

    Z's work is a must for any woman, on the path to Women's Mysteries. I can highly recommend any of Z's work and she's a wonderful teacher.


  • Kelly

    This book has changed my life, it covered topics I've never even heard anywhere else.


  • Tealmermaid

    Inspirational and thought-provoking.


  • Fawn Hexe

    Although this book is aimed at being a guide for women, I truly believe the information and stories are accessible for everyone, no matter their sexual identity. In typical Z fashion, the Goddesses are invoked and worked tas words on the page. The Fates, no matter which culture they are experienced in, will always have a similar attitude towards mortals. Z expresses this point, almost as if the Fates are speaking THROUGH her:“Guess what? The Fates don’t do details. Wiping things off the Eart [...]


  • Jen McConnel

    Zsuzsanna Budapest is a leading figure in the women's spirituality movement, yet somehow this was my first encounter with her as a writer. I really enjoyed this book. Budapest looks at life through astrology, focusing on the Norns and the Fates as guides for different phases of life. Instead of the Western concept that the round numbers (like 30, 40, and 50) mark dramatic change, Budapest advocates for a complex astrological cycle.Although I didn't understand some of her ideas, my own life seems [...]


  • Catherine

    Women's spirituality in connection with the three Fates. The author uses the three Fates from the spiritual traditions of Greek mythology, Norse mythology, and other myths to explain the three phases of a woman's life: the maid, the matron, and the crone. There are elements of astrology, Wicca, and women's folk wisdom interwoven with the myth of the Fates, which add up to a rather ecclectic type of women's spirituality. At this point I am not sure what to make of it. There is some wisdom in nurt [...]


  • Lia

    Hm. She has many interesting stories to tell, but the book ends up reading like a watered-down spell book or something. It feels hokey and silly. Take your three brown eggs out by moonlight and recite this poem/prayer and I don't know. I guess I thought I'd be reading something about ways to view life and its stages. Instead, it feels like a hodgepodge of witchy something or other.


  • Nancy

    I really enjoyed the first nine chapters of the book. Chapter 10 wastingd I could have done without the Epilogue.


  • Heather

    Great look at the threads in our lives.


  • Ana Maria

    Absolutely brilliant!


  • Minnie

    I found this book really interesting and seeing her view on the Fates and the stories she told in there were really helpful.


  • Aubrey

    A wonderful book about women's life cycles as relate to the three Fates. Includes ways to recognize the movements of the Fates in life.


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