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Freya, Bridget, Aphrodite where I go, the Goddess dwells Freya, Bridget, Aphrodite where I speak, the Goddess tells Freya, Bridget, Aphrodite where I fear, the Goddess hears Freya, Bridget, Aphrodite where I cry, the Goddess wipes my tears
We support the campaign to eradicate ecocide, and have posted a powerful and inspiring video about this on the Ecological Campaign page of our site.
In March 2010 international barrister and award winning author Polly Higgins proposed to the United Nations that Ecocide be the 5th Crime Against Peace.
I find it perpetually fascinating how letting things go brings things into focus.
In a fast-paced stressful society, it is easy to become disoriented and pulled away from the basic joys and connections in life. The seventy-seven poems in this book were selected by Carol Mays both for their exquisite beauty and their ability to restore a deeper sense of peace, joy and renewal. The book is comprised of mostly contemporary poems with some vintage and many explore a relationship with nature.
Part of the mystery of our planet and her sister the Moon is the relationship between the
Sun and Moon during the year. The Moon rises highest during midwinter, while the Sun rises
very little. During midsummer the Sun rises to his greatest height while the Moon rises the least.
Right now at the time of the solstice, when the Sun is low on the horizon in Capricorn, the Moon
is sailing high in midsummer’s sign, Cancer. And so they reflect each other in a dance of
The Morrigan calls, "Yes, Mother". She births the dead, She heals the slain She wonders about the worshipping of wars. Isis searches for hidden body parts, that will bring life to the land again, "Yes Mother" Mary weeps, "Yes Mother" her son, the living-dead wouldn't know her for her Motherhood, "Yes Mother"
Janelle Schneider is a mixed media fine artist as well as a digital painter or Surfacing Artist for feature films. Janelle has had a life fascination with mythology, symbolism, and the role of the subconscious in art and art making, and is currently studying both Shamanic and Druidic spiritual traditions. She is influenced by the writings and drawings of Carl Jung and the writings of Joseph Campbell, as well as the works of artists Frida Kahlo, Rothko, and Georgia O'Keefe. She's inspired by visions and dreams, indigenous wisdom, and the natural world and its forms.