Heavenly Mothers: Magick, the Divine Feminine, and Homebirth in the Mormon Community of North America Mormons are a distinct community which kept homebirth alive throughout the twentieth century while nearly all other U.S. women were coerced into birthing in hospitals. In this session, I will heuristically explore an interesting commonality within this culture-homebirth and celestial feminine/magickal practices. I will show the synchronicities between the spiritual heritage of Mormonism (which can be seen in history as well as in current practices) and Mormon women’s tendency to birth at home. Using both intuitive inquiry and reflective listening, I present research on my topic of inquiry alongside my inner reflections. Using methods in addition to research, I hope to draw the reader into an interactive experience and integral inquiry tocreate meaning in the human life cycle, as well as artful expression.