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“My child,” The Goddess said. “Though many ages have past and lives you have lived, the flow of Priestess still moves within you, and the crescent still glows upon your brow whether you see it or not. This deep inner knowing that moves within you is calling you back home to yourself to resonate with your authentic truth. You have a warrior’s heart and healer’s hands, and a wild, ancient spirit. Never believe you are anything but divine magic." ~Ara WILD WOMAN SISTERHOOD™ #WildWomanSisterhood

I am the Goddess, Mother of Life, I am the Goddess, bearer of Life. I am, I am, the Goddess Divine. Isis, Venus, Ishtar, Kali, Minerva, Shakti, Kwan Yin, Lakshmi.

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Review: Goddess Inheritance by Aimee Carter

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The Goddess Guide: Exploring the Attributes and Correspondences of the Divine Feminine. Introducing the most complete cross-reference ever for the universal worship of the Divine Feminine. The Goddess Guide is indispensable for anyone who's ever wondered which Goddess to invoke for a particular ritual, blessing, prayer, or meditation. $11.99 — Mind, Body, Spirit. Brought to you by SunGoddess Magazine: Igniting the Powerful Goddess WIthin

Even before we are born, the Goddess is within us, like a tiny seed just waiting…

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Lammas: Corn King

The corn king, John Barleycorn for us here in Britain, is the god who sacrifices himself for the goddess, for the Land, for the good harvest to come next year. He appears in other traditions around the world, for instance as Adonis, Osiris or Tammuz.