There was once a beautiful garden. It was filled with abundant and limitlessly creative life, colourful exotic plants, and wild animals. The great All was reflected everywhere – in the deep green of the leaves, in the intoxicating perfume of the huge vibrant flowers, and in the radiant rainbow light that glowed from every living thing. Continue reading “The Original Garden of Eden”
“I am all women, and all that is hidden, marginalised, and suppressed in any gender.
I had the courage to eat of the sacred Tree of Knowledge in the Garden of Eden and, through ecstasy and inner wisdom, I remembered the secrets of the ancients, and I reunited with my own divinity. I stepped through the gates of what was called ‘heaven’ – right here on Earth – and I re-emerged as God. Continue reading “Lilith Speaks”
I just saw yet another film where witchcraft and magick were associated with Satan, demons, and dark forces, and the people of the Church were the good ones who saved people from it all.
Satan is their god, not mine. Continue reading “The Witch Burnings”
Ancient wisdom, indigenous practice, mysticism, and magick have been trampled by thousands of years of monotheist religious oppression. In order to disconnect people from their personal power, their knowledge, and their communities, witches, sages, mystics, celebrants, shamans, healers, and seers have been demonised, Continue reading “The Subversion of Ecstatic Self-Empowerment”
It is common to see rituals and spiritual practices where women are expected to dance in dainty circles, hiding their faces behind pastel coloured chiffon scarves, wearing flowers in their hair, and singing sweet melodies, and men are expected to stamp their feet, bang drums, and express their sexual prowess Continue reading “The Energetic Gender Binary – not a boy/girl thing”
I am woman.
Mad woman. Continue reading “I Am Woman”
Sometimes I see you,
Share something of you
When I look at my reflection. Continue reading “Descent”
I watch you for hours
with exhausted fascination.
Love overwhelms me.
Although you may not attend church services, align yourself with a particular religion, or read their publications, the stories, myths, rules, and fears propagated by religious organisations still have a powerful influence over you. Continue reading “The Tree of Knowledge”