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We are honored to have as our guest blogger, Marianne Widmalm who is a native of Sweden, living in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She is the author of “God is not Alone: Our Mother – the Holy Spirit” published 2015 by Avalonia: … Continue reading
Mary becomes Mother of God: The year 431 A.D. was a momentous one in the history of the Queen of Heaven. That’s the year the church fathers, meeting in Ephesus in modern day Turkey, officially declared that Mary is Theotokos, literally, in Greek, the one who gave birth to God. More commonly her title is paraphrased as Mother of God. This was an important political step, as it clarified for the theologians that Jesus was both God and man. Perhaps just as importantly, however, it pacified the people, who were demanding that Mary be acknowledged as a divinity.
Technically, the church denied Mary as divine, as a Goddess, but in practical terms, it conveyed a sense of holiness which made her a viable rival to that other popular Roman/Greek/Egyptian hybrid Goddess of the time, represented variously as Diana, Cybele, and Isis. As a result of their decision, Mary’s divinity has…
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Venus engages in a complicated dance with the Earth which creates a 584 day cycle of relationship as the two planets journey in orbit around the Sun. In one half of this cycle, she is the Evening Star, shining her brightest in the west just after the Sun has set there. In the other half, Venus shines most brightly in the east just before the Sun rises there. Then she is the Morning Star, heralding the dawn of the Sun, a new day. Facing east, the people of the Middle East saw a lioness awake, or a mistress of lions; a Goddess of War; a protector of pharaohs; the strength and majesty of a kingdom, or an empire.
To the Egyptians and the Hittites, the Lion Goddess was expressly a Sun Goddess and represented the power of the king, or the queen. The Egyptians worshiped the lion-headed Sekhmet, a ferocious…
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It is popular in modern times, especially in neopagan circles, to think of the moon as representing a goddess. But what did the ancients think? Was the moon female to them?
In classical Greece and Rome, the answer to that question is clearly yes. The original Greek Moon Goddess was Selene, a Titan, or one of the gods of the generation prior to the more famous Olympians. Selene, as the moon, was the sister of Helios, the sun, and Eos, the dawn. Eos is an extremely ancient goddess, descended from an Indo-European Goddess of the Dawn, who was seen as the shining morning sun and daughter of the Sky God. In Greek myth she opened the gates of the east each morning and rode out in a chariot. Soon after, she was followed by Helios who ruled the day in a glowing chariot pulled by fiery horses.
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In case you missed the live broadcast interview of myself with the amazing Jimmy Church on Fade to Black here is the link and this is where Jimmy has dubbed me, THE Ancient Alien Goddess! I think that is a … Continue reading
My husband Nazim shared something with me this morning that he being a Londoner by birth does often and that is listening to BBC radio. This morning there was an especially interesting item broadcast where the sex of our individual … Continue reading
“When you kill someone, you kill yourself” ~ Yezidi Faqir I have always had a fascination with belief systems that manifest into full blown religions. We tend to think today of the Abrahamic faith’s i.e. Judaism, Christianity and Islam, then … Continue reading
CELESTE YARNALL ON FADE TO BLACK FEB 23RD CELESTE YARNALL ON FADE TO BLACK FEBRUARY 23RD 2016 Celeste Yarnall, PhD began as a model, spokesperson, and actress fresh out of high school. She was discovered by Rick and Ozzie Nelson while … Continue reading