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Irrepressible Thoughts of Death Barbie

Barbie, Stop Listening to the Narrator

I’ve worked hard over the past month on some spectacularly human problems. The tendency to have an existential crisis every 1-2 years. The surprising way that my moods cycle in exactly the same way every month and every year and yet still manage to stab me from behind when I’m not paying attention. How to …

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Worm Moon: The Beautiful Full Moon of March 7, 2023

The full moon has always had great significance for our human civilization. If you take a look at history, you will realize that almost all ancient cultures considered the full moon sacred. To them, it was a symbol of divinity, fertility, and abundance. The ancients were also aware of the fact that the energies on …

how to make moonwater

How to Make Moon Water

People have been making moon water for at least a few hundred years. Although the precise origin is unclear, we can trace it back to at least the 1800’s. An American author by the name Felix Fontaine, published “Fontaine’s Golden Wheel Fortune Teller-Dream Book” in 1862. He had many books like this, that today would …

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Owning our Power During Dark Times

The past few weeks have been difficult for me as I’ve felt my personal autonomy attacked and women’s hard-fought rights stripped from us. This time calls for us to feel and express our anger and call for women’s empowerment… and also to take care of ourselves, retreating inward when necessary. (i.e. grounding) Let’s process this together. It may …

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What is divine feminine?

The divine feminine is a philosophy or religious view that includes the belief in female deities or goddesses. While belief in the divine feminine does not exclude or refute the existence of Gods, it instead asserts that the divine can be expressed in combinations of male or female qualities.

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Queen of Sheba, Seeker of Knowledge

The Queen of Sheba has been mentioned in many accounts as a wise woman, including the Bible and the Quran. According to both an ancient Abyssinian account of the Ethiopian royal lineage and the Bible, Queen Makeda of Sheba (Ethiopia) went to visit King Solomon, although different accounts give different reasons for her visit. Legend …