Flaming Sword

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The flaming sword is a sword glowing with flame by some super natural power.  The sword in mythology has always been phallic.  Fire in mythology has always referred to intellect.  So is the flaming sword referring to masculine intellect?  Far from it.  The flaming sword was a play on words and theologians have not understood it at all.  They even place a cherubim holding the sword to keep Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden.  

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The Cube

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The cube is a symbol that no one knows the true meaning.  Until now that is.  Every patriarch religion has the cube in their beliefs and they all have no idea what this cube is symbolizing.  What I have found is simple yet profound.  This symbol is right in the face of Masons and they have no idea about its true meaning.  The speculation about this symbol is enough to make ones head explode.   Time to illuminate.  

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The Goddess Within

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For every person who has their mind and life under control their are millions of others who are unthinking.  The masses want a cheap and easy life.  They don’t care who gets hurt, just keep giving them their cheap easy life.  In this post Im going to show you why the horse is the symbol of the Sacred Feminine.  It will go very deep and will be a 2X4 across the face for some.  This world has masculinized the horse symbol by calling men studs and stallions.  It is time to bring the horse back to the Goddess.  

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The Folklore of Finding

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Phoenix of Elder Mountain Dreaming –Finding things can be fun, sometimes mysterious and even abundant. They can also be very symbolic and a sign of what we are going through. I have a lifetime story: My eldest sister and I used to take walks a lot over the years, just us or with her group, and she would always, always find a “penny from heaven” and say that phrase every time.

I was always so disappointed, because I never found any (my entire life), no matter how hard I looked or gave up looking, it didn’t matter. The physical sign which was a simple blessing and a positive sign for abundance, safety and security never manifested for me.

Then one day, in 2016 I found a shiny penny – which I was shocked. And another penny the next day and everywhere I went they were all around me…

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Magic in Ancient Mesopotamia – Honey, Oil and Whispering Rituals

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Contributions and additions by Phoenix of Elder Mountain; Babylon Oil Magic by Samuel Daiches, Ph.D. Lecturer in Biblical Exegeses and Talmudics, 1913 in London —  There were two forms of oil that were used in divination in ancient Babylon and Mesopotamia, one that was for the sweeter things in life (also healing) and that was Honey and the other, which was an earthier form of manifestation which was Oil, especially Oil from Olives and later Grapes.

Many newly built religions of the patriarch which started around 6,000 bce until around 500 bce when they were all completed and finished, even the moon he had to conquer and controlled, that was woman’s last and most sacred symbol that fell. Babylon created Dark Magic and the Talmud is its root, even though there were many different influences and people. I do have some of the spells listed but changed them to…

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The Halls of Amenti – An Ancient Egyptian Goddess

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By Phoenix of Elder Mountain Dreaming  – I have had many mystical experiences this lifetime, for most of my life and each one was either shadowy, demonic or the light and divine and the more I awakened, the more they were both present at the same time. I learned when I was younger that one does not present itself without the other. The darker my experience, the lighter the divine experience and vice versa. I wanted to share my a group journey I took and what started the fate that opening of the underworld to purify my real two karmic past lives. There were three experiences and this was the first of three…

I was invited to a woman’s circle who did a group regressions, invited by my energy healing teacher back then. It could be described as a shamanic journey but without a drum. She guided the group through…

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Sacred Masculine

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What does it mean to have the sacred masculine? Since my work is mostly the sacred feminine, I have had several readers ask me to write something on the sacred masculine.   The sacred masculine is a must for men and women to be well rounded, mature human beings.  I see very little of it left in the world.  It is a primal energy.  Kings had to develop it before they could be crowned king.  Today our leaders are supposedly elected.  So we just have the most popular person leading.  Pythagorus hated democracy for this reason.  Fully accessing the sacred masculine and sacred feminine is the closet a person can come to godhood.  

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Know your Dark Tricksters

Trojan War

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The story of the Trojan War shows just how much we don’t know of our history.  We take the word of these historians and archeologist without without questioning.  The world needs to admit that historians and archeologists have a narrative to follow and they will not stray.  In truth not one historian knows where the city of Troy was or when and where the Trojan War was fought.  The current popular location is Anatolia in modern Turkey.  Thanks to Ralph Ellis you are about to know the true location of Troy and what the Trojan Horse actually was.  

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Little Red Riding Hood

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Everyone has heard the story Little Red Riding Hood, but no one knows what symbolism is trying to say.  Everyone tries to say it has to do with natural cycles, puberty rites, erotic or romantic, and I have even seen where people say it has to do with rape.  All wrong.  Little Red Riding Hood came from Little Red Cap and it was a folklore, which means it was told verbally for thousands of years.  As a story told verbally it probably did have to do with the culture and traditions of the people who were telling it.  Once it was written down by Charles Perrault it had a whole new meaning.  This is why the Brothers Grimm had to write a version too.  

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