M. Isidora Forrest has been devoted to Isis ever since the Goddess told her, in no uncertain terms, that she was not yet ready to be Her priestess. (Isidora respects a Goddess Who doesn’t coddle.)
More than twenty years—and a lot of research, ritual, agony and ecstasy—later, Isidora has earned the title of Prophetess in the House of Isis. She is also a priestess of the international Fellowship of Isis, a Hermetic adept, a maenad for Dionysos, and a founder of the Hermetic Fellowship, a non-profit religious organization devoted to spiritual development through ritual and education in the Western Esoteric Tradition.
In addition to Isis Magic, she is the author of Offering to Isis: Knowing the Goddess through Her Sacred Symbols, and a contributor to the Golden Dawn Journal series of books edited by Chic and Tabatha Cicero. Isidora has been a speaker at a wide variety of local and national festivals, events, and conferences, from local Pagan Pride Day to Fellowship of Isis gatherings to Seattle’s Esoteric Book Conference.
She lives and works in the not-at-all-Egypt-like climate of Portland, Oregon with her husband, author, and editor Adam Forrest, a fierce black cat name Korê, and both a Temple of Isis and a grape arbor sacred to Dionysos in the backyard.
How to contact Isidora:
Contact Isidora through her blog, Isiopolis: isiopolis.com
On Facebook (least quickly answered method, you must be patient): www.facebook.com/isidora.forrest
Or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictures of the Isis temple in Isidora’s backyard: