Blessings on Blessings
Dont you just love when you receive messages from your beloved spirit guides?
I admire the beauty my ancestors express through signs of nature and numerology. Each symbol is a divine tool along this spiritual path.
I came across this piece from my favorite channel of knowledge and guidance. Great spirit with a great delivery. I’m simply sharing the love.
“At the very dawn of religion, God was a woman. Do you remember?”-
Merlin Stone, When God Was a Woman
Peace & Light!
It is with a great pouring over on this subject, I share what I see and perceive as fact. In my humble opinion, we fail at being creatures, civilized,once the woman (or more correctly referred to as “wombman” )was marginalized, captured, and subdued.
For the record, as I have stated many times before, I am not a ” feminist” at all! I believe we are guided by both female and male ancestral beings. I also believe in the importance of a family unit (with male and female as the head and guides).
Our ancient texts show us that in great ancient civilizations (nearly all of them)wombmen we’re always revered venerated as GODDESS, MOTHER, THE GREAT MATRIARCH, ECT. And as creatoress of all beings. So is this pertinent…
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