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Gods and Goddesses
A Love Affair With Egypt
Michelle Leske I fell in Love with Egypt the minute I put my foot down on Egyptian soil, in fact I kissed the ground! I was finally home. I have such a connection with this beautiful, sacred country. I have spent many many lifetimes in Egypt. The Ascended Master Serapis Bey is my guru, who is assisting me to Ascend, his retreat is above Luxor, and this is where the Ascension Flame is housed. To put it simply, when I'm in Egypt, I'm in heaven.
African Goddess Mawu
Body and Mind

Mawu is the Creator/Moon Goddess known among the people from the Dahomey region of West Africa.

After creating the earth and all life and everything else on it, she became concerned that it might be too heavy, so she asked the primeval serpent, Aido Hwedo, to curl up beneath the earth and hold it up in the sky. When she asked Awe, a monkey she had also created, to help out and make some more animals out of clay, he boasted to the other animals and challenged Mawu.

Amen - Ra
Body and Mind

A composite deity, devised by the priests of Amen as an attempt to link New Kingdom worship of Amen with the older solar cult of the god Ra. In a union of this sort, the deities are said to indwell one another - so we have the power represented by Amen manifesting through the person of Ra (or vice versa).

Ancient Egyptian Religion
Body and Mind

Religion guided every aspect of Egyptian life. Egyptian religion was based on polytheism, or the worship of many deities, except for during the reign of Akhenaton.The Egyptians had as many as 2000 gods and goddesses. Some, such as Amine, were worshipped throughout the whole country, while others had only a local following. Often gods and goddesses were represented as part human and part animal.

Body and Mind

Anubis was usually portrayed as a jackal-headed man, or in fully canine form wearing a ribbon and holding a flail in the crook of its arm. The canine is strongly associated with cemeteries in ancient Egypt, as dogs and jackals often haunted the edges of the desert where the dead were buried.

Aphrodite The Inner Goddess
Margi McAlpine

Many women are so busy with all the responsibilities of life, work, family and sometimes survival that they lose contact with their inner selves and forget that they are amazing and Divine Beings of light and love! 

Body and Mind

An early deity, probably the best known Egyptian deity represented only as an animal, and never as a human with an animal's head. Apis was most closely linked with Ptah, and his cult center was Memphis. He was primarily a deity of fertility. He was represented as a bull crowned with the solar disk and uraeus-serpent.

Body and Mind

A primordial creator god, worshipped as the head of the Heliopolitan family of gods. Father of Shu and Tefnut, and in later times believed to be one with the sun god Ra


Buddhist Goddess Kuan Yin
Body and Mind

Scholars are still debating the origin of devotion to the female bodhisattva Kuan Yin (also know as Quan Shi Yin and Kwan Yin).Quan means to inquire or look deeply into, Shi means the people of the world as generations, Yin means cries. The Boddhisatva of Compassion inquires into the cries or suffering that is echoing through the generations. Kwan Yin is thought of as a feminine form of Avalokitesvara (Sanskrit), the Bodhisattva of Compassion.

Divine Mother Healed Me...!
Chaturi Ma Divine Mother healed me from Facet Joint Arthrosis..! I know, it sounds a bit far-fetched, but She did. Seeing as the Divine Mother - Mother God - is omnipresent capable fo flowing through me, it was just a matter of time before the immersion of me into Her and the healing finally took place.
Goddess Ishtar
Body and Mind

This Akkadian/Babylonian Great Goddess represents a later and more complex development of the Sumerian Innana, and her son/lover Tammuz plays the role of the vegetation-god.She is not only an embodiment of sexuality and fertility, a "Lady of Battle" and a goddess of healing, but it is also she who bestowed the ancient kings with the right to rule over her/their people. Her fame reached into the Hittite and Hurrian lands of Anatolia, to Sumeria, Egypt and to the Assyrians.

Goddess Sedna
Body and Mind

The Inuit goddess Sedna 's story begins with a common mythological theme—a beautiful young woman who is not impressed by any of her multiple suitors.Sedna's father, a widower, was constantly trying to marry her off, but she would have none of it.

Goddess Yemaya
Body and Mind

They call her the goddess Yemaya, Ymoga (Mother of the Fishes), Iamanga, and Balianne.She traveled with them from Yoruba to distant lands, comforting them in the holds of the slave ships that took them far away from their homeland in Africa. Today she is also celebrated under many other names, including the virgin Mary (Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception), Stella Maris (Star of the Sea), and Our Lady of name but a few.


Goddess Yoruba Oya
Body and Mind

Oya is the powerful Yoruba Goddess of the Winds of Change; the Primeval Mother of Chaos; Queen of the Nine (for the nine tributaries of the Niger River).Using her machete, or sword of truth, she cuts through stagnation and clears the way for new growth.

Hawaiian Goddess Pele
Body and Mind

Hawaiian Goddess of Fire and the Kilauea Volcano.She is said to appear as a wise crone or a beautiful young woman with a fiery temperament.

Hindu Goddess Kali
Body and Mind

Kali comes from the Sanskrit root word Kal which means time. There is nothing that escapes the all-consuming march of time.In Tibetan Buddhism Her counterpart is male with the name Kala. Mother Kali is the most misunderstood of the Hindu goddesses. The Encyclopedia Britannica is grossly mistaken in the following quote, "Major Hindu goddess whose iconography, cult, and mythology commonly associate her with death, sexuality, violence, and, paradoxically in some of her later historical appearances, motherly love.

Hindu Goddess Lakshmi
Body and Mind

Also spelled Laksmi. Hindu goddess of wealth and good fortune.The wife of Vishnu, she is said to have taken different forms in order to be with him in each of his incarnations.

Hindu Goddess Tara
Body and Mind

Goddess Tara is probably the oldest goddess who is still worshipped extensively in modern times.Tara originated as a Hindu goddess, the Mother Creator, representing the eternal life force that fuels all life.

Body and Mind

This Akkadian/Babylonian Great Goddess represents a later and more complex development of the Sumerian Innana, and her son/lover Tammuz plays the role of the vegetation-god.She is not only an embodiment of sexuality and fertility, a "Lady of Battle" and a goddess of healing, but it is also she who bestowed the ancient kings with the right to rule over her/their people.

Mayan Goddess Ix-chel
Body and Mind

As an ancient fertility goddess, Ix-Chel was responsible for sending rain to nourish the crops.When fulfilling that function she was called “Lady Rainbow”.  She helped insure fertility by overturning her sacred womb jar so that the waters would flow.


My Personal Journey With Divine Mother, How She Healed Me And How You Can Hear Her.
Chaturi Ma My personal Journey with Divine Mother. How I hear her and how she healed me from Facet Joint Arthrosis.
Nordic Goddess Freya And Frigga
Author Unknown

Freya and Frigga . . . one goddess or two? Because of frequent overlapping that occurs in their myths and symbols, some authorities believe they are just regional variations of a single goddess.Together they represent the two aspects of the original Great Goddess with Freya serving as the maiden and Frigga the mother aspect.  As you will see below, their traits varied considerably. Consequently, we have decided to treat them as two distinct, but related, deities.

The Egg Story May Change Your Perception Of The Meaning Of Life

A short story that can change your perception of the meaning of life. You’ll never think of life the same way again. This article from Wise Thinks relates a story of this egg-like universe and your place in it.
Yes. It is true. The story I am about to tell you will be probably one of THE BEST short stories you'll read in your life I have no doubt about that.
Also, this story will blow your mind to a whole new level, it will ascend your thinking and you will never think of life in the same way again.
How I know this?

What Is Black Cumin And Why Is It So Powerful?
Desiree Campher

Black Cumin Seeds (Nigella Sativa) have been used for centuries in herbal remedies and has earned it high ranking to the ability it has to act as an Elixir for all illnesses. It has now come to the fore again in it powerful use in the treatment of cancer and HIV/Aids as well as effectiveness against bacteria , viruses, ulcers, diabetes, chronic inflammation and deadly parasites. It contains over 100 chemical compounds and more yet to be discovered.