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Christians copied Pagans.
Christianity accepts Pagan Mythology
   The components of the gospels are of Pagan origin: the virgin birth, bringing dead people back to life, the many miraculous healings, exorcians, transfiguration and many others. I don't want to forget the crucification, the resurrection, and the ascension.
   All thses were derived from Pagan matericals that were circulating when Jesus was born. The gospels of Jesus was lifted from Paganism.
So Mote It Be.
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Fri, 18 Jan 2008 06:53:19 -0600 http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2008/01/18/paganchristian_mythology http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2008/01/18/paganchristian_mythology Pagan and Christian Mythology
Christians copied Pagans.
Christianity accepts Pagan Mythology
   The components of the gospels are of Pagan origin: the virgin birth, bringing dead people back to life, the many miraculous healings, exorcians, transfiguration and many others. I don't want to forget the crucification, the resurrection, and the ascension.
   All thses were derived from Pagan matericals that were circulating when Jesus was born. The gospels of Jesus was lifted from Paganism.
So Mote It Be.
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Doorways to Nature

The Natural Doorways to Nature

   The North and the South poles are the natural doorways to nature. We create our spiritual walk by calling upon the deepest power one must find within their personal power. Why respond to negative feelings? Life is created by thought. Do not think negative thoughts.

   We are to live between the above and the below world connecting and weaving into the web of our Universe.

Let thew Medicine Wheel of the Sacred Circle Prevail. Let all the people across the land come to the Circle, and make prayers for the healing of Mother Earth. Let the Circle of the Medicine Wheel Prevail.

   The Earth a the Solar System are going through changes which have occurred in recorded histiry. We have entered the beginning of a dimensional shift which is already affecting all of our lives. The Magnetic Poles of the Earth are in the process of shifting right now. We are in the process of a polar reversal. It has been recorded that the Earth has already gone through 14 of these Polar reversals.

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Sat, 05 Jan 2008 11:37:37 -0600 http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2008/01/05/doorways_to_nature http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2008/01/05/doorways_to_nature

The Natural Doorways to Nature

   The North and the South poles are the natural doorways to nature. We create our spiritual walk by calling upon the deepest power one must find within their personal power. Why respond to negative feelings? Life is created by thought. Do not think negative thoughts.

   We are to live between the above and the below world connecting and weaving into the web of our Universe.

Let thew Medicine Wheel of the Sacred Circle Prevail. Let all the people across the land come to the Circle, and make prayers for the healing of Mother Earth. Let the Circle of the Medicine Wheel Prevail.

   The Earth a the Solar System are going through changes which have occurred in recorded histiry. We have entered the beginning of a dimensional shift which is already affecting all of our lives. The Magnetic Poles of the Earth are in the process of shifting right now. We are in the process of a polar reversal. It has been recorded that the Earth has already gone through 14 of these Polar reversals.

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Why Why are all humans not all alike?

Why are some short-lived and some long?

Why are some sickly and soem health?

Why are some ugly and some handsome?

Why are some weak and some strong?

Why are some poor and some rich?

Why are not all plants alike?

   The reason that all plants are not alike, because they come from different seed, and so it is with the humans, its because they all have a different karma. All humans have their own karma. All humans are born through karma. All are ruled by karma.

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Tue, 01 Jan 2008 17:08:53 -0600 http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2008/01/01/why http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2008/01/01/why Why are all humans not all alike?

Why are some short-lived and some long?

Why are some sickly and soem health?

Why are some ugly and some handsome?

Why are some weak and some strong?

Why are some poor and some rich?

Why are not all plants alike?

   The reason that all plants are not alike, because they come from different seed, and so it is with the humans, its because they all have a different karma. All humans have their own karma. All humans are born through karma. All are ruled by karma.

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To The Goddess I call

   Here me, you who rules over the realms of birth and new beginnings. I call thee forth to witness and to guard me with your love and your light. You the Goddess of the Air.

   Hear me, you the Goddess of Fire, you who shines so brightly over my life, filling my life with the love that is Your's, so that it may shine forth from within me. I call thee forth to witness and to guard me with your love and light.

   Hear me the Goddess of Water, you who reign over all endings, that which without, there could be no beginning. I call thee forth to witness and to guard me with your love and light.

   Hear me the Goddess of Earth, you who are the body and mystery, from which all life begins. I call thee forth to witness and to guard me with your love and light.

So Mote It Be.

  

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Thu, 06 Dec 2007 04:50:39 -0600 http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2007/12/06/to_the_goddess_i_call http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2007/12/06/to_the_goddess_i_call

   Here me, you who rules over the realms of birth and new beginnings. I call thee forth to witness and to guard me with your love and your light. You the Goddess of the Air.

   Hear me, you the Goddess of Fire, you who shines so brightly over my life, filling my life with the love that is Your's, so that it may shine forth from within me. I call thee forth to witness and to guard me with your love and light.

   Hear me the Goddess of Water, you who reign over all endings, that which without, there could be no beginning. I call thee forth to witness and to guard me with your love and light.

   Hear me the Goddess of Earth, you who are the body and mystery, from which all life begins. I call thee forth to witness and to guard me with your love and light.

So Mote It Be.

  

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Countdown to Yule

The Winter Solstice

The Celebration of Yule

   Yule takes place on the day of the Winter Solstice, around December 21. On that day an amazing thing happens in the sky. The earth's axis tilts away from the sun in the Northern Hemisphere, and the sun reaches at its greatest distance from the equatorial plane. As a festival of the Sun, the most important part of Yule is the celebration of lights. The Winter Solstice is a time for feasting and merrymaking.

   Yule to the Pagans is a celebration of the birth of the Sun God, that is, the return of the Sun God. Yule is the longest night of the year. Yule is celebrated in December with the rebirth of the Sun God. The Winter Solstice is celebrated with feasting and fun. The theme of Yule is the endless birth, lifr, death, and rebirth of the Sun God, which also represents the theme of human beings.

   To some Pagans the Winter Solstice is a time to say goodbye to the Old, and welcome in the New. This is the time when the Sun returns to the Earth, meaning, life begins once more.

   The following is a ritual I'd like to do on the night of the Winter Solstice known as Yule:

   Tonight is the night of the Solstice, the longest night of the year. As the Wheel turns once more, I know that tomorrow, the Sun will begin its journey back. With it, new life will begin.

   It is the season of the winter goddess, the rebirth of the Sun, the return of life to Earth. As the Wheel of the Year turns, I honor the eternal cycle of birth, life, death, and rebirth.

   Today I honor the god of the forest, the King of Nature, who rules the seasons. I give my thanks to the beautiful goddess, whose blessings brings new life to the Earth.

   The Winter Solstice is the longest night of the year, which means that the Sun is beginning its long journey back toward the Earth. This means that the war days of Spring would return, and the dorment Earth would come back to life. On this one day of the year, the sun stands still in the sky, and everybody on Earth knows that change is coming.

   The Wheel of the Year has turned once more, and the nights have grown longer and colder. Tomight, the darkness begins to retreat, and light begins to return once again.

   In the darkest hours, in the longest night, the spark of life lingers. Laying dorment, waiting, ready to return when the time is right. The darkness will leave as the Sun begins its journey home.

   As the Wheel turns, light returns, the Light of the Sun, bringing life and warmth with it. The shadows will vanish, life will continue. I will be blessed by the Light of the Sun.

So Mote It Be.

  

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Sat, 01 Dec 2007 04:25:47 -0600 http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2007/12/01/countdown_to_yule http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2007/12/01/countdown_to_yule

The Winter Solstice

The Celebration of Yule

   Yule takes place on the day of the Winter Solstice, around December 21. On that day an amazing thing happens in the sky. The earth's axis tilts away from the sun in the Northern Hemisphere, and the sun reaches at its greatest distance from the equatorial plane. As a festival of the Sun, the most important part of Yule is the celebration of lights. The Winter Solstice is a time for feasting and merrymaking.

   Yule to the Pagans is a celebration of the birth of the Sun God, that is, the return of the Sun God. Yule is the longest night of the year. Yule is celebrated in December with the rebirth of the Sun God. The Winter Solstice is celebrated with feasting and fun. The theme of Yule is the endless birth, lifr, death, and rebirth of the Sun God, which also represents the theme of human beings.

   To some Pagans the Winter Solstice is a time to say goodbye to the Old, and welcome in the New. This is the time when the Sun returns to the Earth, meaning, life begins once more.

   The following is a ritual I'd like to do on the night of the Winter Solstice known as Yule:

   Tonight is the night of the Solstice, the longest night of the year. As the Wheel turns once more, I know that tomorrow, the Sun will begin its journey back. With it, new life will begin.

   It is the season of the winter goddess, the rebirth of the Sun, the return of life to Earth. As the Wheel of the Year turns, I honor the eternal cycle of birth, life, death, and rebirth.

   Today I honor the god of the forest, the King of Nature, who rules the seasons. I give my thanks to the beautiful goddess, whose blessings brings new life to the Earth.

   The Winter Solstice is the longest night of the year, which means that the Sun is beginning its long journey back toward the Earth. This means that the war days of Spring would return, and the dorment Earth would come back to life. On this one day of the year, the sun stands still in the sky, and everybody on Earth knows that change is coming.

   The Wheel of the Year has turned once more, and the nights have grown longer and colder. Tomight, the darkness begins to retreat, and light begins to return once again.

   In the darkest hours, in the longest night, the spark of life lingers. Laying dorment, waiting, ready to return when the time is right. The darkness will leave as the Sun begins its journey home.

   As the Wheel turns, light returns, the Light of the Sun, bringing life and warmth with it. The shadows will vanish, life will continue. I will be blessed by the Light of the Sun.

So Mote It Be.

  

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Thanks To Mother Nature I give thanks to mother nature.

She is the source of all my nourishment.

I give thanks to the people who work hard.

So that food can come to my table.

I give thanks to the plants and animals.

Who die so I can eat.

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Sun, 25 Nov 2007 01:23:32 -0600 http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2007/11/25/thanks_to_mother_nature http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2007/11/25/thanks_to_mother_nature I give thanks to mother nature.

She is the source of all my nourishment.

I give thanks to the people who work hard.

So that food can come to my table.

I give thanks to the plants and animals.

Who die so I can eat.

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Winter Rirual Winter Ritual

   I call upon the power of the Earth, and welcome you to my circle. You hold the seeds within you, warm and deep, waiting for the return of daylight. Keep the roots of life sacred within your womb, until it is time for growth to begin once again.

   I call upon the power of the Air, and welcome you to my circle. The whirling winds of winter brings snow and cold to my hearth and home.

   I call upon the power of the Fire, and welcome you to my circle. May you keep me safe, and warm my home, the spirit of the Sun.

   I call upon the power of the Water, and welcome you to my circle. Snow and ice, sleet and rain, wash away that I no longer need.

   I come this night to rejoice by the light of the Moon. I celebrate the season of the darkness, knowing that the next turn of the Wheel will bring Light. I use this time of darkness for thought, introspection, and growth. As the moon above, so the Earth below.

So Mote It Be.

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Fri, 23 Nov 2007 22:47:51 -0600 http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2007/11/23/winter_rirual http://community.beliefnet.com/mother_goddess/blog/2007/11/23/winter_rirual Winter Ritual

   I call upon the power of the Earth, and welcome you to my circle. You hold the seeds within you, warm and deep, waiting for the return of daylight. Keep the roots of life sacred within your womb, until it is time for growth to begin once again.

   I call upon the power of the Air, and welcome you to my circle. The whirling winds of winter brings snow and cold to my hearth and home.

   I call upon the power of the Fire, and welcome you to my circle. May you keep me safe, and warm my home, the spirit of the Sun.

   I call upon the power of the Water, and welcome you to my circle. Snow and ice, sleet and rain, wash away that I no longer need.

   I come this night to rejoice by the light of the Moon. I celebrate the season of the darkness, knowing that the next turn of the Wheel will bring Light. I use this time of darkness for thought, introspection, and growth. As the moon above, so the Earth below.

So Mote It Be.

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