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The Goddess Efluuncha’s Indoor Garden

On a journey of the soul, an ascension of the Goddess, a long and weary process, I travel far and deep into the abyss to let it go. A collective spiritual ascention is happening for the star children, and being out in the physical reality is painful. So I created this magical space in my home. These plants are me, they are my family, I am them, they are me. I am the “Flohn” (the God who is the Goddess “Askya” (a sky person, the one who is Anya Ka, Gaia, a person who is the earth).

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Dea Luna

Enlightened

I dance alone, in the light, surrounded by darkness. I am the “Shloop aloop” (a person who is aloof, unable to care or despair). When I, the God, am free, that is not how you will be, because it is an extreme change of energy. When I am free, aloof, you are gone from my sight, I cannot see you in the light, you are not there, and you feel lost. Yet I ascend, I will not bend, I will not wait, or hesitate to become the angel again, I am in the light alone. #enlightened

Dea Luna

I am in the Sky

As the “Bliasah” (Buddha), I sacrificed the physical world for the spiritual. I sat under a tree, for what felt like eternity, and felt nothing, thought of nothing, and learned how to just be. I am the “Kasafluh” (the keeper of the keys), the One who knows how to unlock the mind and leave. With my feet buried in the dirt, the warmth from the sun on my back, the cleansing water flows over me, a gentle breeze with scents in my nose, I am not here, in my mind… I am in the sky.

Apeeonshaonsoh (a person in the sky who is peaceful and pensive).
Hecate's Lair

The Magic Forest

“I am demonic but you made me too beautiful now”, said the tree to the artist who recolored the image into a magical rainbow of colors. “Enfah” (a person who is fat but still beautiful) is not a word you will ever hear from a human being. Fat is not something ugly, per se, but in the God world it is something called a “ploneshonteen veenshentoe pleoo” (way of controlling a group of people who are descended). The group in this case are women. Women are insane, they descend themselves by fretting, obsessing, worrying, and doing “chompleenkako” (submitting to a male) with their weight.

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Hecate's Lair

Demonic Energy on Mother Earth

I am the goddess “Gastontapleeasahasoanee” (the one who is Gaia, the one who is upset). The earth is in peril but not for the reasons you think, it is the energy. Upset people create tornadoes, sad people create rain, evil demonic people create earthquakes, the earth is made up of a collective energy, and people are responsible for what happens. Many demonic energies have changed the landscape. I am the Goddess, and the God will change it.

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Dea Luna

The Village of the Gods

On my 3- wheeler bike with a big basket, like I had when I was Anne Shirley (Ashontotoplee Asah” (that’s me”) a fun and lovable person who is insanely beautiful, the Goddess), the fresh cut flowers smell divine while riding. I pull behind me Gandalf’s cart filled with goodies to give away at the market to the townsfolk (fonshee) “Gods at Play”.

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Gone but Not Forgotten

I am the stuff of legends, a luminous star in the sky, a drop of rain, a woman in pain, I am the Goddess. I live in folklore, with tales of thunderous Athena, Persephone the whore, the wild-haired Venus, always making an uproar. In modern times I am an atheist, I belong to no religion. Wiccans and Pagans do not understand who I am, though they connect to my essence. I am the “Kooshamah” (the forgotten one). God, you all believe, is a man.

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