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THE COSMIC MOTHER
GODDESS OR GOD
THE GODDESSES IN THE WHEEL OF THE YEAR

DIE KOSMISCHE MUTTER THE COSMIC MOTHER – THE GREAT MOTHER
… She out of who everything was evolving, She to who everything returns.
In the beginning …there was the dark void, there was the great silence filled with expectation, and in this silence was the Cosmic Mother, dreaming. In Her womb, Uroboros, laid hidden, the cosmic egg, the potential of life to be born.

She is the Creatrix – the Goddess.
Then She became aware of the love in herself and gave birth to a swirling stream of consciousness, Uroboros, the eternal snake.
The Universe was filled with stars, the essence of love, her son, her companion – the God.

From their Love-Union originates all life in the universe, stars, planets, plants, animals, humans.
Goddess and God bring the Golden Child alive – this is the HOLY TRINITY.

Everything is animated and filled with their essence of love, and when you experience their ecstatic union in yourself, you become one with this spirit – a Co-Creatrix. (Inspired by a text from Jana Runnals)

GODDESS OR GOD

Because of the overwhelming suppression the Goddess now needs all the space that is existing, so I leave it to others, to correct the equally falsified picture of the God, Her companion.
Therefore, politely and briefly: His names are many. Pan is the fiery wild God of Nature and Fertility, and several confessions chose him as a symbol for the devil of their false hell. The Green Man is reigning over the woods and, at Beltaine Kernunnos, the Horned God commits the Sacred Union with the Goddess.
In winter He, as Herne or as the White Stag, is roaming the deep, snow covered landscape or, He can be found riding, together with the Wild Hunt as the companion of the Percht, over a brittle, icy sky.

As a woman I can connect myself completely with the Goddess and Her different aspects, through my body, my nature and my being, and I can express Her visually through me.

Her names and appearances are many, according to different cultures and ages, but She is always many and one: Brighid, Rhiannon, Banbha, Keridwen, Artemis, Aphrodite, Isis, Selene, Inanna, Amatseratu, Sedna, Hekate, Freya, Frau Holle, Percht, Bastet, Kali, Kuan Yin, White Lady, Demeter, …

In general, one can say, that every place where there is/was a special worshipping of Mary, originally it was a sacred place for the Goddess.
Unfortunately, some of these locations became places of horror, because of the black magic activities of the church hierarchy. Potentially, most of them could be healed and reanimated.

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