Goddess Guidance July 18th-24th, 2014

Today is the Goddess Day and it is only befitting that we look to her for guidance. Let’s see which Goddess comes forward to bring you guidance and support for this upcoming week! 912 more words

Card Spreads

Dinner with the Empress

Summer is the season of the Empress – the sun shines, birds sing and the most delightful fruits, flowers and vegetables are all in season.  So in this article we’re going to explore one of my favourite ways to connect with the Tarot, which is to breathe, sleep and  1,198 more words


Ancient Egyptian Goddesses in Beaded Elegance

Isis and Hathor, two of the most popular Ancient Egyptian Goddesses!

These two Goddesses were a joy to design and stitch! In addition to the many colors of embroidery floss, I used a lot of Mill Hill Seed Beads and two colors of Kreinik blending filament in each design to add a really nice texture to the finished product. 233 more words

Counted Cross Stitch

Eye Of Horus - History and Mathematics

Horus was the ancient Egyptian sky god who was usually depicted as a falcon, most likely alanner or peregrine falcon. His righteye was associated with the sun Ra. 1,473 more words

Spirtuality And Religion

For Hethert

(cross-posted to my tumblr)


Radiance springs forth

From my mouth as I sing

Your praises


Bring me close, Mother of Mothers

Envelop me with your warmth… 29 more words

H Is for Hamunaptra

The A to Z Challenge continues on my blog! At this rate, I’ll probably be wrapping up with Z about the time every other blogger in the world starts up again. 361 more words

Hathor's Mirror

Anyone familiar with the fairy tale of Snow White, knows the part of the stepmother of Snow White standing in front of a magical mirror. ‘Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?’ 331 more words

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