The Winter Solstice has long been a time of feasting and fires, especially with regional and special foods, a tradition that has global significance in many cultures. I’ve always enjoyed this time as a chance to dig into some really interesting sacred cooking and bring back the light by enjoying foods that were preserved in…Celebrating the Winter Solstice with Sacred Foods and Feasting — The Druids Garden
Daemon is where the word demon comes from and daemon is greek for a demigod. It was a half human half god person or a spirit. It was the Christians who made daemon into demon because they considered them false gods. The Vatican was trying to make everyone believe in a one and only God, so they demonized all other Gods and Goddesses.
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The Sacred Feminine is the mysteries. She is the Great Mother. The mother of the mysteries. Her secrets have been guarded generation after generation. There have been initiations and tests to prove one is worthy to hear her secrets. Humans are born from their mother and leave for a short period of time. In this short period of time, which is this life, one of the things we can hope for is that by some wonderful reality while we are still alive we can die and be born again. When you are born again you are born from the womb of the mysteries of the Sacred Feminine. The Sacred Feminine is forever bearing her children yet forever a virgin.
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Our ego mind is what limits us. We are our own worst enemies. We can’t be wrong. We have to have others think like us. The ego will get itself into trouble constantly. Science is not immune to the ego. In fact science is being run by one of the biggest ego trips ever in history. Until we get science and the human race out of the ego, we will not advance.
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Mythology is the history of ancient times and it is ancient thought. Myths have a lot of archetypes, but they are based on true experiences. The ancient tales are experiences of ancient history. Some are mental concepts, some are real life experiences, but you must be initiated into wisdom to understand them. I love the myths because it lets me into the minds of the ancient writers.
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We humans do not like the unknown. We either will try to find out or we will let it go. The unknown is why we start rumors and gossip. It’s why so called conspiracy theories are started. We have to have a reason for everything. We need to understand. We want others to think the way we do. Religions people pray for others. Political people shame others. Corporations, governments and media use propaganda to influence others. We need to ask ourselves, “If we can influence others can they not influence us too?”
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Princess and the Pea is a fairy tale we all heard as children. It also went by the title, The Real Princess. Here is yet another story everyone tries to give meaning to. Hans Christian Andersen was the writer of several esoteric fairy tales. All his stories he said he heard as a child. Andersen fairytales were about the mind and the inner journey. The Princess and the Pea is no different. Calling this a story about spoiled brat aristocrats, sensitivity, marrying the right person, or any other nonsense is simply false.
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People today of every religion, faith, race, society and creed are searching. They are searching for answers. They are looking for themselves and what this existence is all about. Searching for reality. Very few are finding answers. They may find something and go down some rabbit hole only to find out its an illusion like most things in this reality. So they go on searching. Materialism and intellectualism has taken over our world. How do we find truth in a hall of broken mirrors? The key is unlocking the Goddess.
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Ariadne’s thread is thought to be logic itself. Most mythologist say it is anything you use to get out of a bad situation. As a matter of fact, I was told “Ariadne’s thread” and “trial and error” are the same thing. They are partially right. What they don’t understand is the sacred feminine, your intuition, is hardly ever wrong.
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The Daughter of King Under Wave is a Scottish fairy tale. This story is from the Tuatha De Danaan. A story of a small band of Gaelic warriors called Fianna. This story is like so many other myths in that it mixes actual historical truth with allegory. The land under the sea is Atlantis and Lemuria, but this story is also about the Sacred Feminine. This story is full of symbolism about life and history. I will be using the version from Lady Gregory and the book Gods and Fighting Men. This is an old story so some of the language may seem odd.
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