Wanderland Iseum

On the Autumn Equinox, 2006, Gwendolyn Endicott dedicated Wanderland as an Iseum through Crossroads Lyceum/College of Isis, within the International Fellowship of Isis, a world-wide College of the Goddess.

As an Iseum, Wanderland is a “Hearth of the Goddess,” a place where the work of the Goddess is done. There are presently Iseums all around the world, each with its own teachers, each with its own focus–all working toward growth and healing.

Sacred Story
Wanderland Rainforest Iseum is dedicated to honoring the healing power of Sacred Story–the traditional stories of the Goddess; the stories of the living Earth, plants, animals, forests, waters, and our own stories as we learn to understand and create our lives.

Gwendolyn Endicott, MA, has been a teacher of college classes and workshops for forty years, with specialties in Mythology, Native American Literature, Women’s Studies, and Writing.

She has offered workshops in Earth-based Spirituality for the last twenty years, creating Wanderland as a home for her teaching. In 2010 Gwendolyn was ordained as a Priestess of Isis through Crossroads Lyseum , Tuscon, Arizona.

Gwendolyn is a storyteller and the author of three books.

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“The Spinning Wheel jumped off the shelf into my hands years ago. Working with myth, storytelling, art and the path of the hero for the last 20 years, The Spinning Wheel parallels my philosophy, my programs and many of the aspects of my work. I have used it as a reference all these years and it never fails to inspire me …”

Carol Freya Soth, Co-founder of The Mythic Road and The Brave Life Initiative