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Morning Glory Zell-Ravenheart (born Diana Moore, formerly Morning Glory Zell) is a neopagan author and lecturer. She designs deity images and identifies as a priestess of shamanism.
Life and work 
Morning Glory began her involvement with neo-paganism in 1968, becoming a priestess of shamanism.
Her article "A Bouquet of Lovers", first published in Green Egg Magazine in May 1990, contained the modern English term "polyamory". While it is unclear whether she originated the term, this article served to popularize the concept. She is known as a founding member of, and educator in, the polyamory community.
She is known for the creation of the "living unicorn" created by surgery to the horn buds of a goat, a technique first attempted by Dr. W. Franklin Dove, a biologist in 1935. One of their "unicorns", Lancelot, toured with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.
- "Firelight and Moon-Shadows: A Survey of Wiccan Lore" in Pop! Goes The Witch: The Disinformation Guide to 21st Century Witchcraft, ed. by Fiona Horne. The Disinformation Company, 2004. ISBN 0-9729529-5-0
- ^ Everything2 Living Unicorn Project
- ^ Man Made Unicorns