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Mythology in the Shadows

Centuries ago
The gods and goddesses played
Controlling nature
Answering mortal questions
And punishing at whims
A deity for every aspect
That life threw into the path… 60 more words

Writing

A bright Spring message from the Deity Guanyin Bodhisattva. 18.04.2018

Yes. I have much to tell you. I have been surrounding and looking down on Earth for a very long time and shall continue to do so until every last inhabitant is enlightened. 341 more words

Channelling

Athena as Metis' daughter

Athena is famous for many things, but her birth, springing fully formed from her father’s head, is a well-known part of her myth, depicted on blackfigure vases from early Greece and mentioned by Homer and Hesiod. 1,627 more words

Mythology

Norse Mythology

HEL, NORSE GODDESS OF THE DEAD

Hel, also known as Hella, Holle or Hulda, was the Norse and Teutonic Goddess, Queen and Ruler of the Underworld, which was known as Niflheim, or Helheim, the Kingdom of the Dead. 3,222 more words

Mythology

Zisa: the Augsburg Goddess or Invented Tradition?

You’ll sometimes see Cisa or Zisa listed among the Germanic goddesses, usually with some statement to the effect that she is the partner of Tiw/Ziu, a god the Romans saw as similar to Mars. 1,937 more words

Mythology

Almost Giving Up

I’ve been at the Almost Giving Up point since December 2017.

One of my cousins died the week before Christmas (his mom, my mom’s older sister, died the week before Christmas 2016, making his loss doubly painful.) His personal effects, and my aunt’s, still sit in our guest room, because I can’t reach anyone on his father’s side of the family who might want a few boxes containing baby shoes, hundreds of photos, photos from his wedding (I cannot remember his former wife’s maiden name) toys, Harley Davidson cards, all the little things that a person accumulates over fifty years. 545 more words

Wicca

WHEN THE GODDESS COMES TO THANKSGIVING

A stone settled in my throat

from the long ago of

when children were seen

Not to be heard

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Sitting around the Thanksgiving

table of abundance and belly full… 316 more words

JEANNE ADWANI