I remember when my shamanic practitioner training group first sat down to what turned out to be a three day session on how to generate and manage shamanic power. Simon, our teacher announced that this is what we were going to be doing, and some of us were quite shocked, including yours truly who instantly put up her hand: “But I haven’t come here to get power,” I complained. “I’m not interested in having power. I’m just interested in helping people.” And Simon just replied,” And how are you going to help people without the power to do so?”. Read more
You won’t hear this on the State run media, unless you count the Huffington Post as such, but David Cameron’s much vaunted initiative to institute automatic opt-in controls for child porn is actually really about suppressing freedom of speech and censorship of esoteric thought, such as is found on Ishtar’s Gate. Read more
This time last year, I wrote about Chris Street’s work in exposing the huge animal giant earthworks that surround London, the Lion and the Unicorn. I concentrated on the solar Lion because the land which he stands guardian over was where the Olympics were about to take place, and the river named after him runs into the Olympic Park. (For more on that, see The Enchantment of the Olympics).
Now that Bilderberg is well upon us, I want to concentrate on the Unicorn, because this is the other side of the enchantment; the yin to the yang. As we now go into the three days of the dark moon, it appears that the influence of the moon goddess is being petitioned and employed to protect the site of the Bilderberg conference. Read more
One day, deep and way back in the mists of time, there was a small settlement on that coastal part of the Mediterranean that we call Africa, and in that settlement lived some gentle and wise cattle farmers who spent their days tending their cows.
One of the cattle farmers, however, had a more, shall we say, entrepreneurial spirit, and so he eventually came to the realisation that he wanted to have a wider market for his milk than just a handful of his fellow villagers, and so after long experimentation with milk, honey and vanilla pods, he managed to invent the most delicious ice cream. As you can imagine, his vanilla ice cream was extremely popular in such a hot, dry, arid settlement, and he made lots of money. Read more
We’re all quite familiar now with the healing power of herbs, flowers and plants in various different therapies. But what we’re only now just beginning to learn about is the healing power of the song of the flower. There is a growing body of evidence that our earliest ancestors, who had a stronger connection to Nature, were aware of the different songs of the flowers, and used them in sound healing. Read more
One of the aspects of the Divine Feminine is Lilith and well, what can we say about Lilith…she’s not very pretty? Actually, her refusal to brush her hair and put on her lipstick are the least of the problems that she has caused to man, and I mean ‘man’, on this occasion, in the sense of the male of the species.
Several of us on my discussion forum have been wondering about Burrow Mump in Somerset, and the 9th century King Alfred the Great. Through the excellent research of Cort Lindahl, we’ve been realising that Burrow Mump, where Alfred encamped, seems to be some sort of world axis mundi, because there are so many major alignments between megalithic sites and ancient ecclesiastical buildings and monuments worldwide that either include or emanate from Burrow Mump. Read more
In the days of old, far back into the mists of time, roaming storytellers would turn up at villages with rolled up mats which they would unfurl and spread under a huge and rambling tree, as if to announce their arrival. Long before cinema, television and even writing, let alone the printing press, news that the storyteller had set up his mat would spread fast and wide, and a ripple of excitement would be on the breeze in anticipation of rivetting entertainment to come. Read more
Man needs his own stories and his own dreams to create his own reality. Instead, we have given away this right to others who want to weave our stories for us ~ stories that suit their own agendas. Even New Age gurus have stolen this right from us, as they pack out auditoriums and sell millions of books based merely on the one or two astral journeys they once took, years ago, with no spiritual training whatsoever, and from which, in their demiurge-like arrogance, they’ve brought back messages for the world, like Moses coming down from the mountain. Read more
The solstice of December 2012 marked a turning point for the ancient Mayans, and this they reflected in their Long Count calendar which ‘ended’ with the ‘birth of a New Sun.’ I hope now that we are safely beyond that date, anyone worrying that the Sun might ‘go out’ is now feeling a little more relaxed. And maybe relaxed enough to explore further what the Mayans actually meant by ‘new Sun’ and how that is part of the new cycle and the dawn of the Divine Feminine. Read more
Anyone who follows these things saw the defeat of the best laid plan of the Illuminati turn to dust on 21 December 2012. When their ‘fear porn’ featuring various pick ‘n mix mass extinction scenarios (depending upon your religion) were shown for the sham they were, mainstream media mouthpieces tried to fob us off that the whole thing had just been a load of nonsense put about by New Age conspiracy theorists. Read more