My response to the violent attacks on citizens in Paris, and the military strikes in Syria and racist warmongering rhetoric which seems to be drowning out truth and common sense, is the following quote from Martin Luther King Jr –
Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate, only love can do that.
– and also to remember that the majority of people in the world are good and doing no harm to others.
With all the talk about terrorism and ‘ISIS’ in the media recently, my favourite astrologer posted about the goddess ‘Isis’ and this reminded me of my love of ancient egyptian art and mythology. [note that the terrorist organisation should be referred to as ‘Daesh’].
Isis the goddess is a timeless expression of the Divine Feminine, also known as Aphrodite, Hera and Artemis, and is devoted to empowering others. Read the full post by Mystic Medusa here.
These paintings are from 2011.
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I’m starting to see more of these kinds of posts, thank Goddess. For a while it seemed like no one was commenting on the appropriation of Mother Isis’s divine name! Namaste, Aleya