Remembered as a priestess in a Neopagan organization known as the Church of All Worlds, she also led a polyamorous lifestyle and is credited with having invented the term "polyamory."
Born Diana Moore in Long Beach, California, she grew up in the Pentecostal faith. Before becoming a witchcraft practitioner at the age of seventeen, she briefly joined the Methodist church.
She was an editor of a Church of All Worlds publication called Green Egg.
After divorcing her first husband, Gary (with whom she had a daughter named Rainbow), she married Church of All Worlds founder Oberon Zell-Ravenheart.
She and Panamanian-American religious leader Aidan Kelly both became prominent Neopagan figures.