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Let us forever remember the Earth is our mother
Her blood is our blood, her body is our body
Her spirit is our spirit. Her suffering and pain
Is ours as well…when we show her peace and joy
Through love and respect we will again live
In harmony with the Earth…the gates of Eden
Will once again open and we will again know heaven.
We lived once in her womb, we were once ONE with
Her body as a pearl is one with it’s shell.
And like a pearl we are plucked out of our
Precious shell to become something more.

As the tombs of old fall away, as light shines
Through the clay…like a phoenix we are born
A complex design, for we have surely died as we
Transform our child like innocence in to knowledge of man.
The succulent fruit of the Gods left us thirsting for more as
The wisdom coiled our spines. We are born of the light and
To the light shall we return. The Goddess our original mother
An echo so distant because we strayed too far, so faint a heart
beat…look at the lands. She lies broken and wasted, tired
of calling.

The goddess stands at the shore now, her arms outstretched
to all her children, that they know she is love, that
they know she is peace, that they know she is comfort
and joy. That they know that through us she lives.

NOW is the return to the garden of Eden, the pilgrimage of
Prosperity, unity, and divinity, the transmutation in to our
holy selves and through this light we heal Gaia our sacred mother.
And the waters of life will flow, the age of Aquarius is here now
and we are the water bearers of love…The rebirth of the Earth
is also our own. The cup will runneth over replenishing all, through
Truth, through oneness, through brotherhood. I AM AWAKE

Blessing Water

August 3, 2013 — 2 Comments

mosaics176There are a bunch of methods and everyone has their own. Personally, What I do is add crystals to the water and bless it under the moon light or sunlight depending on the deity you wish it to be blessed by. But really I do a few things, here is the way I do my own blessed water.

Quartz Crystal or Celestite Crystal or whatever crystal you like

  • One moonstone or Agni Gold Danburite depending on whether or not I am invoking the blessing of a solar or lunar deity.
  • You can look up a chant/prayer/blessing of this particular deity, for example: prayer to Ra the sun God or to Selene the Lunar Goddess or create your own.
  • If you want you can also add some herbs to the water (optional) I use Frankincense because it cleanses and protects the soul and well it was and still is used by my ancestors and many other peoples.
  • So I add all the ingredients to a large bowl or vase and sit them out under the sun or under the moon, while I am doing so I call on the deity of my choice (you can call on several if you like) and ask for their permission to bless this water, this natural element of life so that I may be protected and cleansed as well as my home and children etc, then I do my chant/prayer/blessing etc.

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From: “The Handbook Of Yoruba Religious Concepts

angel_cassielEven though for the most part I have abandoned my Christian upbringing, there is one part of religion that has always stayed with me, one piece of truth that to me has always been real. Even before I started being introduced to religious concepts by my family, I always, even as a child knew there was something more, at the time, I knew this energy as Angels, yes even before they were introduced to me as angels of the bible. Heavenly messengers here to do Gods work..but why? why was this the one thing I never abandoned when it came to religion? why are angels something that I hold dear and near to me to this very day? to me the answer came to me while reading a book on the spirituality of my people, the Yoruba from west Africa…to the Yoruba peoples it is said, that the beings which we deem as “angels” in all religious context they (the orisha) were created and sent by Oludumare (God) to assist in the spiritual evolution of humankind. ‘In Judeo-Christian culture’ the word for angels signify their essence . They are called gods, the sons of gods, ministers, servants, watchers, the holy ones. They constitute the court of heaven.

Furthermore it states that even though the Judeo-Christian emphasis is clear, it must be realized that the concepts of angels existed thousands of years before Christianity,  for example, the Yoruba concept of ancestors and orisha as messengers of Oludumare were in effect thousands of years before Christianity. In fact, native people around the world speak of being shown how to perform rituals by these holy messengers, as well as to farm and domesticate animals. Ancient people of every culture depict angels as seen through their cultural eyes. They were helpers in the survival and the raising of their nations. It goes on to say that the belief in angels is about faith and conviction and beveling in Orisha (angels, divinities) in order to ascend to God-consciousness-in order to reach the divine state of human being. Yet, a disruption of this endeavor has been brought about by Christian and Islamic influences. Burnham states, “Islamic angels fell after the creation of humans, but Christian angels fell before the creation of the human race.” the importance here is that Yoruba angels, never fell in respect to divine grace.

Furthermore, I believe strongly that what we humans know as “Angels” are actually Extraterrestrials, or are Extraterrestrials Angels? I believe it doesn’t matter what label we apply to them their task remains the same, messengers of truth and light here to help us humans remember ourselves as part of Oludumare (God) because they are a mirror reflecting back to us our own divinity, reminding us that we too are carriers of truth and light and that at the core of every human being is the desire to love and be loved because we ourselves were born from a loving God.