Solstice Blessings!

The Earth Mother sleeps deeply within the cave of Her inner self,
waiting for the moment of awakening to the light of rebirth.


Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe

This photo honors "Our Lady of Guadalupe" on her Feast Day, whom many believe is the modern-day representation of a much older Deity: "Tonantzin", or "Mother Earth" of the Nahuan people.

"I will demonstrate, I will exhibit,
I will give all my love, my compassion,
my help and my protection to the people.
I am your merciful mother,
the merciful mother of all of you
who live united in this land,
and of all mankind, of all those who love me ,
of those who cry to me, of those who seek me,
of those who have confidence in me.
Here I will hear their weeping,
their sorrow and will remedy and alleviate
all their multiple sufferings, necessities and misfortunes."

Our Lady of Guadalupe: Wikipedia
Our Lady of Guadalupe: Tonantzin or the Virgin Mary?
Who is Our Lady of Guadalupe?


Lunar Eclipse

(photo copyright Raval)

An entire month's worth of mystery will be experienced in a few hours during tomorrow's lunar eclipse. In certain areas, it will also include the chance to view a rare selenelion - where the sun and the moon may both be viewed at the same time. Read more at the link below:


Correspondence Courses ~ Priestess Training & Goddess Mysteries

A reminder that applications for our Jan 1st enrollment to our Temple of Learning need to be in soon - by Dec. 15th. Scholarships are still available (full and partial). Many Blessings In Her Name!


MFA Boston opens new Indian/Southeast Asian Galleries

Durga as Mahishasuramardini (Buffalo Demon Slayer)
© Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

"Two new galleries are set to open at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, this month. One will celebrate rare sculptural works from India and neighboring countries (South Asia) and Southeast Asia. The other will showcase rotations of the rich painting traditions of India, Korea, the Himalayas, and Persia beginning with an important collection of Indian works in the exhibition Gems of Rajput Painting. The two new galleries will reflect a broad range of cultures—from Iran to the west and Indonesia to the east, and from the Himalayas to the north and Sri Lanka to the south. . ."

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