Posts Tagged ‘ Ishtar ’

Daughters of Sin

May 20th, 2019 | By

  The universal power of dominant feminine energy that our Stone Age ancestors revered as the Great Mother became split in two with the arrival of the patriarchal Bronze Age that followed. Mother Goddess nurtured and protected humanity who saw themselves as part of the fertile nature they existed in and not apart from it

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A Book for the Goddess

Feb 18th, 2019 | By

  It has been a season since I last had time to write a blog, between Samhain and Imbolc, or three complete moon cycles. It is a time of death and rebirth, when an idea or thought is transformed into existence into the physical realm, a world of constant change, of emotions and feelings that

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Queen of the Equinoxes

Mar 20th, 2018 | By

At the Spring Equinox, the midpoint between spring and summer, between the 21st and 23rd of March, the great love of Brigit arrives in the physical plane when nature is just beginning to reveal her first fruits above the thawing earth. It is six weeks or one and a half cycles of the moon since

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The Queen of Imbolc   Part II

Feb 14th, 2018 | By

  Past Lives   Brigit was associated with the Roman ‘Queen of Heaven’, Minerva who was around at the same time. When they were not trading with the Romans the Celts would have been at war with them and would have had no problem transforming the aging Minerva into the young vibrant Brigit. Both were

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