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The Horned God

This is a group dedicated to the Horned God of Nature; the consort of the Goddess and Divine Masculine Principle of the Universe.

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ArddHU; The Dark One ~ Cernunnos

Azar  ~ Osiris

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Phoenix rising

Maha-Kali~Maha Kala Yantra

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The worship of the Goddess and God of Nature is incomplete without the embracing of both Yin and Yang; female and male; Night and Day, Water and Fire. A balanced spiritual seeker will know that it is within that balance that eternal happiness, contentment and prosperity on all levels manifests.

Most Gods were actually Goddesses originally ~ and as the God comes from within the Goddess; Light from Darkness; this group is here for those who understand the working of Nature, where all is equal and nothing is above any other.

The God is the consort, brother, child, husband and other half of the Great Goddess,who was First; and we are here to honour this Perfect Androgyny in male form.

Our God of Many Names is not the authoritative, stern male god of the patriarchy; rather , we venerate the Divine Masculine Principle of the Universe as the complementary Light side of the infinite Darkness in masculine form.

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Ice age lion figurine: Ancient fragment of ivory belonging to 40,000 year old animal figurine unearthed

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Ice age lion figurine: Ancient fragment of ivory belonging to 40,000 year old animal figurine unearthedDate:July 30, 2014Source:Universitaet TübingenThe fragment on the left makes up half the head of the animal figure on the right, showing that the…Continue

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Remains of Long-Lost Temple Discovered in Iraq

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The Rise of Anubis

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 The real Janus – Janicot is His Name It can be said that history is written in the eye of the beholder, and most of the so-called first-hand accounts of the “Witches’ Sabbat" were written from the viewpoint of witch hunters and not by actual…Continue

Loki's Loyalty

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Sat-An (Part Five)

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Comment by Zephonith Serpent Woman on September 6, 2014 at 11:03am

Elspeth, the healing power of the trees can never be underestimated!

The acorn grows into the seedling and then develops into the sapling and the tree, which grows to live for many a generation.

The Heavenly Bamboo, Nandina domestica, is a favorite of mine as all negative energies can be literally dissipated by giving them to the graceful shrub to disseminate and transmute into the healing energies the planet needs.

It sounds like your hubby is in the best of hands!

It is actually very easy to grow plants from cuttings, seeds and divisions, depending on which plant it is and the time of year.. I found that seeds of just about every well known plant can be collected during the year at the right time. These can then be stored in dry brown paper bags and stored in a dark cupboard for many years until the right opportunity comes around and they can be planted.

What isn't spiritual of a tree, we may ask?

Bright Blessings

Comment by Elspeth on September 1, 2014 at 4:51pm

I once managed to reach out enough to pick up two fallen acorns from the boundary fence around that very tree Zephonith. One grew well, one didn't. Someone actually stole the potted sapling from my garden.

I wanted to grow them for my husband. Sherwood Forest has been a popular place for us to visit with our children and then our grandchildren. When my husband had cancer (he's in remission at this time) we went for one of our walks. His face was a picture when I hung over the fence to pick those acorns up. It meant something to both of us to see that little seedling take off and turn into a sapling. We intended to plant her in the woods next door.

Good ness knows where she is now--perhaps she took the cancer with her. It was a spiritual thing for us at the time.

Comment by Zephonith Serpent Woman on August 31, 2014 at 9:22am

Comment by Zephonith Serpent Woman on August 31, 2014 at 9:07am

Comment by Zephonith Serpent Woman on August 31, 2014 at 7:44am

Kai, yes, the pollution of our atmosphere and the environment continues unabated. More efficient methods of storing and disposing of gases released as a result of the combustion of fossil fuels is not enough. Its like trying to put a plaster on a deep wound and hoping that it will not recur again.

What needs to happen is to use the power of the Sun and the wind, the power of electromagnetism - rather than continue with harmful, polluting industries.

The fact is that the overpopulation of the planet is causing a huge imbalance. Even if the current reliance on non-renewable natural resources is reversed NOW - and we switch to natural forms of energy which is the future regardless - the planet can't accommodate any more babies. That is the fact of the matter.

Ever since the principle of generating and celebrating Fertility in all aspects of life, was rejected for the principle of 'be fruitful and multiply', and  'Man has dominion over the Earth' replaced 'People shall conserve and protect the Earth', the wheels started to fall off.

Human beings are consuming more than can be replaced at the moment, and so, competition - that key term again - characterizes society globally as everyone fights for scarce resources and the 'price' of commodities goes ever upwards.

Fresh water is going to be a problem in many areas of the world.

The deforestation of large areas of the globe and the urbanization process and wasteful methods of agriculture have contributed to the acidification of the oceans, while hot spots are just burning up coral reefs. The list of crimes against Nature is a long one, and there are consequences.

As long as society is driven by fear-based values and all the money is spent on warfare and weapons rather than on people; and as long as medieval Religious values predominate regarding sex, contraception and sterilization, literal quotas for regulating births and the termination of unwanted pregnancies - this patriarchal civilization is heading for a big fall.


And we don't know whether the pieces would ever be put together again!

However Mother Nature, The Goddess of the Moon and the Horned God will forever continue on.


tropical rain forests biome

Comment by Zephonith Serpent Woman on August 31, 2014 at 4:35am

Comment by Zephonith Serpent Woman on August 31, 2014 at 4:33am

Where would we be without the trees?

Marcie, I agree. Trees are individual spirits, and host many, too.

The Weeping willow near flowing water, the gnarled old pine tree and the tree fern all share the same vitality ~ I suppose, a tree equivalent of virility ~ and each has a story to tell and wisdom to share, let alone the untapped healing properties which plants possess..

So many trees have been carelessly mutilated and damaged by people that they have all developed a healthy aversion to human beings, generally speaking, of course.

The way people still carry on using rare tropical hardwoods for decking and so on at this stage when there are only a fraction of the once expansive forests left standing makes one realize how strong and sacred yet how vulnerable trees are. A century of growth can be lopped down in a few minutes .

Some cut them down, and some plant them :))

Comment by Zephonith Serpent Woman on August 31, 2014 at 4:22am

Miyoko, the fall colors of the maples, pin oaks and ash to name just a few are so spectacular. I often meditate on them and am bewondered at the many shades of colors which are never the same in every leaf. The Japanese maples are also some of my favorites ~

This is Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'.

Comment by Kai on August 30, 2014 at 1:03pm
you can see the chemical trails above in that first picture of the pin oak tree.so sad that this is what it's all came down to where someone can't even take a picture without missing bark , rubbish laying around or chemtrails saturation and falling down in catastrophic amounts. It looks like humans going to kill themselves off again, just a matter of time!
Comment by Marcie The Fairy Queen on August 29, 2014 at 1:24pm

Such pretty pictures of trees,they look sooo lovely and strong,much love and hugs xxxxx


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