At 13MOONS Magazine, we believe that every woman has a unique and powerful story to tell.

Our vision is to create a safe and nurturing space where women of all ages, races, and backgrounds can come together to share their experiences, insights, and wisdom. We believe that by listening to each other and honoring our differences, we can build a community that celebrates the feminine spirit and supports each other on our journey towards self-discovery and empowerment.

Through our stories, poetry, art, and photography, we aim to inspire and uplift our readers, while also challenging the status quo and advocating for social justice and equality. We strive to create a platform that amplifies the voices of marginalized women and empowers them to reclaim their power and agency. We believe that by sharing our stories and connecting with each other, we can heal and transform ourselves and our world.

We invite you to join us on this journey of discovery and growth, and to share your own stories and perspectives with our community. Together, we can create a world where every woman’s voice is heard, valued, and celebrated.


Meet the founder, Astara Solae

I created 13MOONS Magazine to resurrect the sacred feminine in Stories and Art. As a Seeress who’d worked directly with Oshun, Yemaya, Oya, and other earlier Goddesses, I noticed a stark difference in these energies and those of later iterations, such as Venus and Aphrodite. It is like parts of these beings were stripped away. Whether to fit the fashion of culture or men, I’ll leave for you to decide, but this just didn’t sit right with my spirit. And so I dreamed of a platform which would amplify the real voice of the feminine – Stories and Art created by actual women from our perspective, without apology. And here we are.

I’m a Sensual Fluency Educator and Tranceworker, offering tools I’ve channeled from my own body to help you connect with yours. Slide through to learn how I can help you create your juiciest life by becoming the magnet of your deepest Desires. 


Meet our Editor-in-Chief, Ani Khēmeia

Ani Khēmeia is a modern-day creatrix, photographer, and founder of Alchemy of Hearts, a practice dedicated to exploring the mysteries of the heart and the power of love. Drawing inspiration from the ancient practice of alchemy, Ani infuses her work with a sense of magic and transformation, seeking to help others tap into the deeper wisdom and beauty that resides within them.

Like her namesake, Ani Khēmeia is a seeker of knowledge and a passionate explorer of the mysteries of life. Through her photography and creative projects, she aims to capture the essence of human experience, and to inspire others to embrace their own unique journey. Whether through the lens of her camera or the words on her page, Ani seeks to alchemize the raw materials of existence into something greater, something that speaks to the heart and soul of her audience.

As the founder of Alchemy of Hearts, Ani invites others to join her on this journey of discovery, encouraging them to explore their own inner landscapes and to embrace the transformative power of love. Her work reminds us that we are all capable of tapping into our own creative potential and of transforming our lives into something beautiful and meaningful.


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We’re excited to announce that our Dark Moon Stream is now available for just $3/month. By subscribing, you’ll unlock access to exclusive content from talented women artists, thinkers, and healers, as well as support our mission to empower and uplift women through storytelling and creativity. Your subscription will directly support our creators and help us to continue creating a platform for the brilliant and under-heard.
Subscribe today and receive access to our latest issue and other exclusive content @ Thank you for your support and commitment to women’s empowerment!
~ Astara Solae

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Featured Art by Cover Artist Wrenna Monet. Catch the interview with Natalie Huber here.