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.Continue reading “Demonic Energy on Mother Earth”
A lucky money plant (“fontalee” – A good luck charm used to inspire money, it is a form of mind control, control your mind and you control your destiny), but only demons in the world know how to do this, they use their minds to get what they want. So if see this post tonight, be grateful, because we (The Gods) just changed your life.Continue reading “Manifest Money through the Money Plant”
Crystal quartz (“Cashooteeeeah” – the one in the sky who is the crystal clear one, the one who is clear and pure and the virgin, the one who is not clouded in her judgment, the one who is solid and beautiful) has much symbolism to me as The Goddess.Continue reading “Crystal Quartz “The Virgin””
I am the “Honshaplee” (the one who can see things that aren’t there, the one who is magical). The Flee Ashee (the fairies find me), in the Pink (the place in the sky), where we meet. They dance and sing and do playful things, the dew is beautiful and magical to them, they are the Sheenkooplee (the people in the sky who are beautiful and magical and little as can be). They are Ansheetoe (angels), who are sparkly and pretty and love to “eembeah” (climb the plants) and dance in the puddles that the drops of dew make. I am Ashontapleekasahasohanee (Shallalindrea, the angelic one), and you can see me in every fleenk fleenk (rainbow). I am the Shontahoo (opalescent (beautiful and angelic) one) too.
In an attempt to create a healing home that is comforting to my body, mind and spirit, I’ve been pondering the reasons “home” felt more relaxed and refreshing in the past than it does now, back when I was a child in the 70’s. And not just in my own home, but others as well. What is missing? What has changed?Continue reading “A Gentle Healing Home – Decorating for the Senses”
This Yuletide season I made clove-spiked orange and star anise ornaments to hang in the kitchen window. I added cinnamon sticks to some, and placed a few in a dish with pods and pine cones. The delightful little stained glass disks are a lovely reminder of the sun that is returning at Yule.
Now it’s the end of January and they are so lovely that I just couldn’t throw them out! So I decided to reuse them as a base for my simmering potpourri blend. Not only does this smell outstanding, but it so lovely to behold. Oranges have an invigorating scent, perfect to energize you out of the winter doldrums.
The local parks are of course beautiful in the summertime, but in the early winter there is a kind of subtle magic. When we are not distracted by the stunning beauty of flowers, bright green leaves and vibrant energy-giving sunshine, it allows us to slow down and feel the essence of nature, to see and hear the soul of the plants and trees, to listen to the whispers in the breeze, to feel the calm in the flow of the water. Nature is truly in a peaceful slumber… the way I believe we are meant to be during this time of year.Continue reading “A Magical Stroll through Nature in Winter”