Demeter Goddess of GrainRead More
Caroline had put off a trip to Malta for years. Her son was off to college and she was ready to have an adventure. With a group of women, others who were also studying ancient goddess cults, consciousness and spirituality, she went knowing that this place held some of the oldest fertility temples still remaining in the planet. Caroline and the priestesses explored the megalithic goddess temples of Ħaġar Qim, Ġgantija, L-Imnajdra, and the Hypogeum of Hal Saflien considered to be the oldest prehistoric and underground temple.Read More
“I’m finishing early, in December, at the end of the semester. Can you get me a job at your restaurant? …You can? …Yes, I’ll book my ticket, I can’t stand it here anymore.” At seventeen she had completed all her high school requirements; graduating early, she took off to have a ski adventure. Caroline was getting on a plane for the first time in her life and flying to Salt Lake City.
Navigating the airports and suddenly feeling alone, she made her way knowing there was no one but her who could help if she had trouble. Successfully making her way to the mountain, where she would have a contact waiting for her, was a challenge. She got off the bus and had to put on skis just to go from the road to the ski resort; she didn’t know how to ski. It was only about fifty yards, but it seemed to take forever. Excited and determined, she made her way falling and getting back up...Read More
Autumnal Crown not Crone stage - Queendom
In July, 2017, I had the privilege of interviewing my dear friend, Cher Lyn. She is a true mystic artist and one of my early teachers and guides in the realm of mysticism.
What is living life to the fullest according to Cher Lyn?
I’m still learning that one. (Giggles)
I’m going to say that painting almost daily for almost 30 years has taught me how to operate outside the studio. I have never given up on a painting. When I was working on Pele I had made a perceived mistake. I was judging this piece, and it was on Pele in the clouds in the sky, the spirit of the Black Mamo. I saw it and I literally took a bottle of paint, said, “No mistake namaste.” I poured it over this perceived mistake. And, this bird appeared in the painting.Read More
What Are All Those Stacks of Stones?
We were recently in Sedona and noticing the many carins. “What are all those stacks of stones about?” someone asked. I had an idea but wanted to look it up. I liked what I found..
The word carin comes from the Gaelic. These stacks of stones and have been used since prehistoric times.Read More