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06 Nov, 2012 | by
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Worshiping Athena Kreimhild's Revenge MMVI

What do you get for a prehistoric Goddess who can make anything?   I respectfully disagree. Oh, sure, She likes hearing Her old hymns recited, but she likes it even more when you have something new to say. The books are correct in that you really can’t use enough olive oil when working with Her. You’ll find that you bathe in it, that you rub it in your skin, your hair; that you buy products just because they contain that blessed ingredient. Honoring Her on the third day after the new moon is good. Honoring her at the start of [&hellip…

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02 Nov, 2012 | by
Divine Femanine Goddess
Melissae (Bees and the Sacred Feminine) Bee Goddess plaque from Rhodes

“Melissa” means “bee” in Greek, and to the Ancients, a melissa was a priestess of the Goddess. Of which Goddess exactly, we can’t always be certain. Some melissae were dedicated to Demeter, to be certain. Some to Artemis. But some were priestesses of Aphrodite, and there is popular lore that holds that the bee itself is the embodiment of the soul of a priestess of the Goddess of Love — a happy, productive little maiden continuing to produce the golden nectar of the Gods. No animal is a better example of the power of community than the bee. Each bee [&hellip…

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