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    So many stones! So many to choose from! If you had to pick *one* to work with forever – never any others… which would you pick? Why?!

    Zoey ♥
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    The Goddess that rules today is Neith,she is the most ancient of Egyptian Goddesses. She rules over war and weaponry, weaving, and is seen as the creator of both Gods and humans. She is “the eldest, mother of the gods, who illuminated the first face.” It was said that Neith wove the world on her loom. Her emblems of a bow and crossed arrows show her status as a a warrior Goddess; hunters also asked her blessing on their weapons. Neith’s rule over weaving led her to a function in the underworld as well—she provided the bandages and shrouds used in mummification. She was most often depicted in human form, but could also take the form of a cow (symbolizing the nursing mother) or a serpent (representing a protector of the king). Epithets associated with Neith include “mistress of the bow“, “ruler of arrows“, “the great cow“, “the great flood“, “the nurse of crocodiles“, and “mistress of Mendes“.Her gemstone is the watermelon tourmaline.
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    "We locked up our wisdom into our bones
    And swallowed the keys
    They sank in our rivers of blood
    And we forgot the maps
    Because we had to forget the mysteries
    To keep them safe.
    We wove our hair into brooms
    And swept over our paths
    And then burned the earth with our rage
    We didn't teach our children
    It was the only way to protect them,
    we thought
    But in them we planted seeds, seeds and keys
    And told them stories and riddles and songs
    With no roots, just tangled threads
    That would take years to unwind
    Just enough time
    For the rains to fall again
    and put out the fires
    For the dams to break
    For the rivers to flood
    For the paths
    to be walked again
    For the soil to breathe
    And as the old bones crumble
    Deep beneath the rubble
    We find we've always had the keys
    Our stories and our maps
    Our paths are revealed to some
    And the seeds grow again
    The threads are unspun
    And woven again"
    ~Amara Bronwyn Hollow Bones

    Art by Atsushi Suwa

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    Kala Dionysia!

    Today (March 21), beginning at sundown, is the 10 Elaphebolion, and thus, brings us the first day of the feastival of the City Dionysia which lasts for eight days.

    The Dionysia was celebrated in honor of the god Dionysus Eleuthereus (god of freedom) and included competitive performances of tragedies. There are profound religious understandings exemplified in the tragedies such as piety and right action.

    2 processions were conducted to begin the festival. The first, carrying the statue of Dionysus to and from, and the second where various groups proceeded through the city to the theater, arrayed in groups distinguishable by color or other articles of dress, according to Rabinowitz. The ceremonies started at dawn in the outdoor theater, with purification and lustrations, followed by a dithyramb, and then the plays.

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    I love this photo!!! It has several cleansing methods in one nifty location!!

    How many of the methods do you use? Which is your favorite?

    Zoey ♥
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  • Those of you that has not seen my Mama Gaia Photo collection, go see it beloveds…
    Those of you that has not seen my Mama Gaia Photo collection, go see it beloveds! It is very special! Share the video …if you share it hopefully one day I can make more music videos! Its on my bucket list * Make music videos!! Thanks Mark Marshall for giving love to Mama Gaia

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    Mama Gaia by Lindie~Lila: Return of the Goddess
    Mama Gaia by artist Lindie~Lila All photos and video clips are the copyright of Lindie~Lila and was taken Lila's homeland South Africa, Swaziland and Tanzani…

  • Another great bit of music from Lindie Lila
    Another great bit of music from Lindie Lila

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    Sisters Of The Moon, by Lindie-Lila
    9 track album

  • God of Thunder Love Spell

    You will need the following items for this spell:…

    God of Thunder Love Spell

    You will need the following items for this spell:

    Thunder storm

    This spell is more of a call to the God of thunder to help you get someone's love.

    Casting Instructions for 'God of Thunder Love Spell Spell'

    Make sure that it is raining and thundering outside. Meditate outside for a couple of minutes, until you see lightning, and hear thunder. As you hear the thunder, shout:

    "God of Thunder, Hear my plee,
    I wish for this all to be.
    (First and Last name of the person you desire), I wish for (his/her) love.
    Please grant my wish, with your power from above."

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  • Good morning everyone today well its Thor’s day so as we face this day may we ma…
    Good morning everyone today well its Thor’s day so as we face this day may we maintain a clear mind and focused thought, may our actions be firm and swift and correct. May the Gods strengthen our resolve while tempering it with wisdom as the Goddess grant us kindness and understanding Brightest Blessings Draco )o(/|\
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    Immortal Mother

    If you are a mother, you are immortal.

    A mother’s influence in a child’s life has lasting effect. Long after her body is buried in the ground, she lives on. For generations she treads across a terrain that is both tangible and untouchable. She dwells in that sacred place of a child’s being.

    How she chooses to parent is important. She need not be perfect, but she must be present. And she must be proactive and participate. Otherwise, the risk is banishment—to be exiled from the very sanctuary she is meant to keep safe.

    by Kelly Dycavinu

    Art credit:
    "Wisdom of the Ages"
    a painting by Autumn Skye Morrison
    Words and Art to Inspire, Encourage, and Embrace. ♥

  • In the Babylonian Empire, later rulers of Mesopotamia, the female priestesses we…
    In the Babylonian Empire, later rulers of Mesopotamia, the female priestesses were brewers and their Goddesses the patrons of a beer that was revered as an important spiritual sacrament.
    Its regulation and control by the State was recorded in Hammurabi’s Law Code – the oldest code of law on record (1792 BC).

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    Sumerian Goddess and Gods: Ninkasi the Sumerian Goddess of beer
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    The Hymn to Ninkasi, Goddess of Beer
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    The Hymn to Ninkasi is at once a song of praise to Ninkasi, the Sumerian goddess of beer, and an ancient recipe for brewing. Written down around 1800 BCE, the hymn is no doubt much older. Evidence(…)
  • Ninkasi – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Her father was Enki, the lord Nudimmud, and her mother was Ninti, the queen of the Abzu. She is also one of the eight children created in order to heal one of the eight wounds that Enki receives. Furthermore, she is the goddess of alcohol. She was also borne of "sparkling fresh water." She is the go…
  • 10th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Fountain.
    Characteristics: Day of recreation, rela…

    10th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Fountain.
    Characteristics: Day of recreation, relaxation, rest, and family time, connection with source, tradition, family roots. The flow of energy is increasing, like a fountain, which also means connection with it's source.

    Recommendations: Meditation on individual and family karma, contemplation on a family tree and one's roots, establishment and perpetuation of family traditions is recommended. Day is good for creation of a new family, a wedding. Day is also good for new contacts, finding new sources of energy, as well as for beginning of new, important plans, actions, business, building of a house, etc.

    Precautions: Avoid acting unconsciously and being involved is a conflict today.

  • Moon Day 10
    This is an exceptionally auspicious day in all traditions. It is esp…

    Moon Day 10
    This is an exceptionally auspicious day in all traditions. It is especially good for beginning important business or acquiring a large-scale acquisition. It is also beneficial for travelling and anything connected to transport and vehicles. It gives those who were born on this day a love of long journeys.
  • Thursday — Thor's day
    Middle English thur(e)sday
    Old English thursdæg
    Old Norse…

    Thursday — Thor's day
    Middle English thur(e)sday
    Old English thursdæg
    Old Norse thorsdagr "Thor's day"
    Old English thunresdæg "thunder's day"
    Latin dies Jovis "day of Jupiter"
    Ancient Greek hemera Dios "day of Zeus".
    Thor is the Norse god of thunder. He is represented as riding a chariot drawn by goats and wielding the hammer Miölnir. He is the defender of the Aesir, destined to kill and be killed by the Midgard Serpent.

    Jupiter (Jove) is the supreme Roman god and patron of the Roman state. He is noted for creating thunder and lightning.

    Zeus is Greek god of the heavens and the supreme Greek god.

  • Sunrise: 6:09 AM GMT
    Sunset: 6:23 PM GMT
    Length of Day: 12h 14m
    Tomorrow will be…

    Sunrise: 6:09 AM GMT
    Sunset: 6:23 PM GMT
    Length of Day: 12h 14m
    Tomorrow will be 3m 57s longer.
    Moon Rise: 12:06 PM GMT
    Moon Set: 2:55 AM GMT
    Moon Phase: Waxing Gibbous 65% Illuminated
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    General Holiday pictures :). ALERT! None of the photos posted are mine (unless otherwise stated). I claim no ownership of any of the photos posted. If you know the owner of any of these pictures please tell me so that I may apply credit :). Blessed be )O(
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