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Nov. 14th, 2007 | 12:05 pm
location: my bed
mood: relaxedrelaxed
posted by: candacepoet1 in isistemple

Hi, everyone.  I am a new poster to isistemple, and am looking forward to reading your posts, and sharing mine.  Actually, I have just  posted my first entry, but I have "locked" it to friends only.  Because I publish frequently, and this particular "piece" is part of an already copyrighted book, I cannot leave my entries "unlocked" (everyone can view) because by doing that I can lose my copyright privileges.  So if there's anyone out there who would like to be my friend, and talk about the Ancient Mother,and how important it is -- particularly in these terror-filled days -- to reclaim the Feminine Divine, with its wisdom, compassion, and love.  I like Margaret Starbird's solution of how to reference God. without losing the feminine aspect of the Supreme Being(s) -- she simply spells it GODDE.  It sounds the same, but if you know language at all, you'll immediately recognize the female ending.
    While I am a Goddess-worshipper -- have been for many years, and have a beautiful alter set up for Her in the dining room -- I also believe in balance, in the duality of God and Goddess, Mother Earth and Father Sky, Yin and Yang.  I love how this duality shows in the day and night.
In the daytime, we have light and warmth, attributes of the Feminine, while the Sun is a symbol of the Masculine.  Then at night, we have the opposite -- the Moon Goddess Selene, sailing the dark and chilly nights -- dark and cold being associated with the Male.
  I'm not planning on publishing this, so I'll leave it open to all, and I hope that some of you will want to be my friends.
       Love and Light,  Candace

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from: open_ajna
date: Nov. 25th, 2007 02:09 am (UTC)

thanks so much for posting :)

It appears that I must have my profile settings wrong as I did not see these posts from you (on my own community, tsk tsk) until now.

I am glad that you introduced yourself! Hopefully it will invite more members to do the same.

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