Regulus in Virgo – The New Mythmaker Begins

by Darkstar Astrology

Soul Dreamers

Compiled by Phoenix of Elder Mountain – If Astrology were written by world famous writers, philosophers, kingdom or religious writers, when scribes and writers were still gods (instead of musicians now), these changing times upon us at the collective level would read something like.

“We now decree, the officials of cosmology, that the collective consciousness and unconscious, under the Royal Star of Regulus has officially changed Guardians. The ’13th cycle’, domain of the Patriarchal rulership of the Sun Cult has finally completed as all world religions and spiritual religions have fulfilled both their prophecy and their leadership roles of earth. The Royal Star of Regulus now proclaims and bestows its benevolence and benefits in the next 13 cycles of no-time to the Matriarchal rulership of the Moon Cults for the next 140,000 years.”

You will never hear that on Marvel Avengers, the Vatican, Harvard, Oxford or Star Trek, but they missed the ship when…

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Indefinitely Wild; Foraging Wild Strawberries

By Good Witches Homestead

Good Witches Homestead

Once abundant, wild strawberries provided helpful medicine to Native Americans and early settlers.

Picture it; An abandoned field of wild strawberries, ripe and shimmering under a bright June sun. The field is isolated, bounded on three sides by leafy, benevolent hardwoods. A light breeze moves gently through the leaves and sparse grasses.

A Berry in History

I’m not alone, of course, in my love of this summertime fruit. The wild strawberry {Fragaria virginiana, or F. vesca} held a special place in the lives of several Native American tribes – in their mythology, diets, and medicine – which they shared with early settlers.

In Medicinal and Other Uses of North American Plants, Charlotte Erichsen-Brown reveals some uses of the wild strawberry plant through the eyes of early Europeans, whose research was likely based on what they learned from these native tribes as well as their own observations. From…

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