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Issue 18 – Summer 2001

Issue 18 - Summer 2001

"ISIS" (Acrylic on HP Watercolor paper) by Jonathan Weber

"In the beginning there was Isis: Oldest of the Old, She was the Goddess from whom all Becoming Arose. She was the Great Lady, Mistress of the two Lands of Egypt, Mistress of Shelter, Mistress of Heaven, Mistress of the House of Life, Mistress of the word of God. She was the Unique. In all Her great and wonderful works She was a wiser magician and more excellent than any other God." -Thebes, Egypt, Fourteenth Century BC

This is the third cover of Alternatives to display the work of artist Jonathan Weber, 28, who now resides in the Siskiyou Mountains of Southern Oregon.

Born and raised in Salem, Jonathan has evolved a style and discipline that evokes the spiritual dimension of life. He currently produces portraits on commission and continues to add work to his "Goddess series", dedicated to revealing the empowered feminine archetype as a healing agent for a society abused by a dominant patriarchy.

"Isis" is now on display at the Goddess Gallery in Portland, with prints for sale. Contact Jonathan at; 541.846.9323 or [email protected].

Summer '01 Issue 18

The Cultural Creatives: We Are Everywhere
The 'InnerView' with Paul Ray
by Peter Moore

Fiction by Geronimo Tagatac

Taking Refuge
by SarahJoy Marsh

'Scared Green' - Anatomy of a Corporate Media Sting Operation-If Disney is Such a Friend to Children, Why Does Its Subsidiary ABC Trash Environmental Education for Kids?
by John Borowski

Dreams of Kindness, Love & Grace
by Carolyn Berry

How I Overcame My Juvenile Diabetes Naturally
by Sergei Boutenko

Trail Fees
A Bad Idea for a Rogue Agency

by George Sexton

On The Path
Commitment Ceremony

by Bob Czimbal

Round & Unbounded

by Becky Kemery

US Military Interference in the Colombian Civil War: Media Bias and America's Emerging Military Nightmare
by Dr. Rick Bayer

Leaving Home
Listening Between the Lines: the Double Bind
by Ness Mountain

Love, Sex & Enlightenment
by Margot Anand

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