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Edinger: On the psychology of terrorism; Unpublished letter written in is a manifestation of the psyche. It is time we recognized the psyche as an autonomous factor in world aff…

The Celtic tradition taps into the power of the Divine Feminine by marrying the land. Could such a Sacred Marriage inspire us to protect the Earth today?

Marrying the land: how we broke the ancient bargain ~ The native pre-Christian mythology of the Celtic nations which stretch along the Western Atlantic seaboard of Europe is highly woman-centred. In our oldest stories, the creative, generative essence…

Ugh... I just want this guy to go down... .. .truth.....truth ... .That's all...... Some I'm not sure how to go about it... .  .but I'll let it sit in my brain a little while..... ..

Ugh... I just want this guy to go down... .. .truth.....truth ... .That's all...... Some I'm not sure how to go about it... . .but I'll let it sit in my brain a little while..... ..

Господ Исус Христос Сведржитељ

“…and I will be your father, and you shall be my sons and daughters, says the LORD ALMIGHTY.” Cor Christ Pantocrator (Sinai) Icon dates to the or century, painted at Monastery of St. Catherine in the Sinai Peninsula.

Baba Yaga - good article at the link too :)

BABA YAGA - by faxtar on deviantArt; pinner: 'Baba Yaga is the archetypal witch from Slavic and Russian folklore. She’s a much deeper and more intricate character than the witches of western European myth, a figure of both fear and hope.

Baba Yaga or Baba Roga (also known by various other names) is a haggish or witchlike character in Slavic folklore. She flies around on a giant pestle, kidnaps (and presumably eats) small children, and lives in a hut that stands on chicken legs. In most Slavic folk tales, she is portrayed as an antagonist; however, some characters in other mythological folk stories have been known to seek her out for her wisdom, and she has been known on rare occasions to offer guidance to lost souls

Baba Yaga : a kind of witches. The origin of Baba Yaga is Russia, if I'm right

attribué à Philippe de Champaigne, Vanité. Le Mans, musée de Tessé.

To the Mother Prioress of a Contemplative OrderReverend Mother, 26 March thanks for your kind report about Father Victor! I am still shaken by this stroke of fate which has felled him.

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