• Monthly Columns

    She Who Is All – The Goddess & The Divine Female

    Sphinx   (Image Credit & Following Quote: The Goddess Oracle by Amy Sophia Marashinsky)   “If I ask the question that provokes will you stretch to find the answer Will you take up the gauntlet flung boldly and defiantly answer the call Will you meet my challenge with tingling in your blood with your hair blowing electric in the wind with all your being knowing that every challenge is an opportunity every challenge presents a gift every challenge is there to serve you or not It’s your choice” The Sphinx may have started out as male, and is still perceived as such today, in Egypt, built as the Guardian of…

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    GoodGod!

    Meet the Gods: Osiris     Osiris was the god of death and the afterlife – one of the Egyptians’ most prominent gods. He judged the souls of the dead to determine who was worthy of reincarnation. He was considered a kind, merciful, and loving judge, bringing comfort and protection, not fear, to the people. Osiris (also know as Usir) was also identified with nature’s cycles, such as the Nile River’s annual flooding, and the growth of crops and other vegetation. In English, the original form of Osiris’ name means Almighty or The Powerful. Osiris is also known as the Lord of Silence, the Lord of Love, and He Who…

  • Reviews & Interviews

    Book Review – The Magical Sexual Practices of Ancient Egypt by Judy Hall

    Book Review The Magical Sexual Practices of Ancient Egypt by Judy Hall 200 Pages     The Magical Sexual Practices of Ancient Egypt by Judy Hall was a very difficult book to review.   It was difficult reading as much as it was challenging to review and is not for the average reader.  It requires some foreknowledge to dig out its hidden jewels.  Let my pain in attempting to read this serve as a warning.  There is a term I am going to use in this review, which is mixing work, and when I personally use it the meaning is as follows; it means that it’s a work that is mixing…