God(s)

This is a very interesting blog and I hope the author will one day read Zechariah Sitchin’s 12th Planet where it becomes clear that the Anunakki are the ones the Egyptian’s emulated as they seem to have come first and we know this from the Sumerian’s who have written about them thoroughly and shed much light on “those who came down”. I too like Ralph Ellis’s writing bu they all send me back to Sitchin in the long run whose translations seem most accurate. In any event they are certainly worth the read and I have read them all several times and had the pleasure of meeting him and seeing him do one of his famous lectures, live.

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What is a god? Gods are all over the myths world-wide. If you ask me we are all gods and goddesses, but this world is all about you not knowing you are divine. Even for those of you that are “awake” this may come as a surprise. If you have read my previous work you know who I am about to reveal, but at least know you will know where I get my conclusions. This post will mainly be about the monotheistic god, but I will touch on the religions with multiple gods too. Everything in our modern world comes out of Egypt(which goes back to Atlantis) and god(s) is no exception.

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An amazing Goddess figurine find that just might re-write history!

 News Release Two very well preserved, 8 thousand years old stone figurines depicting naked women were discovered by Polish archaeologists during this year’s excavations in one of the oldest cities in the world – Çatalhöyük in Turkey.   “Both figurines … Continue reading

The MERKABA COLLECTION IS LIVE AT THE NAZIM ARTIST WEARABLE ART DESIGN STUDIO!

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This painting by my husband Nazim Artist entitled MerKaBa (c) is an oil on Canvas and this is the basis for the MerKaBa collection of tops and scarves. Merkabah, also spelled Merkaba, is the divine light vehicle said…

The Return of the Divine Feminine

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

Theotokos: How the Mother Goddess became Mary

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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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