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Curious about traveling the Amazon Jungle?

Last year my daughter, Coriander and I traveled to the Amazon jungle.  This has resulted in my book, The Call of the Spectacled Owl; An Artist’s Journey thru History, the Amazon, and Spirit (with Travel Tips). 199 more words

Landscape In Ink, With Horse

This post originally appeared on Holy Wild, at alisonleighlilly.com

“Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized.”
– Graham Harman

I find the strip of gray newsprint wedged between the stacks of old Trapper Keeper folders and reams of torn-edged notebook pages, all of which had been shoved unceremoniously into several cardboard boxes and hidden away in the closet of my old bedroom when I moved out of my parents’ house after college. 2,306 more words

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The Egyptian Trinity

“The trinity consisted of the god Serapis (=Osiris+Apis), the goddess Isis/Ishtar (= Hathor, the cow-moon goddess), and the child-god Horus (the Egyptian Tammuz). In one way or another almost every other god was identified with one or other of these three aspects of the one god, even the sun god Mithras of the Persians (whom Constantine worshipped). 662 more words

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The Hecate Trinity, Statue of Liberty, The Christian/Babylonian Trinity

What most people fail to realize is the “Statue of Liberty” is nothing more than a mammoth idol of the Hecate goddess an idol of her shown on the left. 926 more words

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Building a Cosmology

A cosmology is necessary to navigate the spirit realm. It is your personal map that provides contextual understanding for what you experience within it. A cosmological understanding also helps focus one’s intention in what one is truly trying to accomplish. 295 more words

Wep Ronpet

This is an updated version of a post I originally published on July 22, 2014, and which was first entitled “The Holy Month of August.” …

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Wep Ronpet - Kemetic New Year

I’m attempting a Kemetic New Year celebration for the first time this year!  I’ve been a devotee of Bast and Sekhmet for a while now, and I decided it’s finally time to really start doing holidays.   352 more words

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