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"SÄDE" Celestial StarShoweringRain upon u and through u Blessings~ in the Western mystery tradition & contemporary witchcraft,to opening the "veil" of matter,thus gaining entry to a state of spiritual awareness in which the mysteries of nature are revealed.it is a reference to the mythical Veil of Isis,regarding which Plutarch records an inscription at the shrine of Neith-Isis-Minerva at Sais: “I am all that hath been, and is, and shall be; and my veil no mortal has hitherto raised”

Isis (also know to different cultures as Minerva, Aphrodite, Ceres, Hecate) was an ancient Egyptian/Greco/Roman goddess, idealized as the perfect mother, the Great Mother, patron and issuer of nature, magic and fertility—the giver of life, a Madonna. She was the daughter of Geb and Nut (god of the Earth and goddess of the sky) and husband of Osiris, and was in general very high-power stuff.

Resurrection by charro-art - also good for Alene, maybe in the last chapter. The anger and desperation are great. I love the quiet, blazing look in her eyes. One thing -- no hoods on anybody. The story takes place in summer.

I am the Goddess, Mother of Life, I am the Goddess, bearer of Life. I am, I am, the Goddess Divine. Isis, Venus, Ishtar, Kali, Minerva, Shakti, Kwan Yin, Lakshmi.

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