tried to poke my head into Chat tonight, doesn't seem to be working.
*pout* and i was feeling so chatty!
i hope everyone here is enjoying the exciting things the sky has been doing lately.
Added by wickedauracle on February 27, 2009 at 6:40pm —
It was many a year ago. I was alone in a cabin in Los Gatos, CA. An age to explore the personal as separate and as one. I had decided already decided that it was true that all paths lead to/as God (Great Gamboo, or whatever is your pleasure, he/she/all/me/you etc....). This decision after much confusing ponderings and conversations, reading alouds and wrestlings, not without the help of my self-proclaimed guru father who could philosophize the skin off of a pomegranite. However, after letting… Continue
Added by Ramona on February 18, 2009 at 4:56pm —
I dreamed this morning.
My friend Erin invited me to play video games with her and her friends. We started playing a very unusual version of Super Mario World. Mario suddenly turned into a fish, who had to navigate a river filled with bigger, uglier fish. The Mario fish became trapped by one large fish's poison-dart tentacle suction cups. Something about this brought me into a river.
I dreamt of this river previously, but had forgotten about it. Now I… Continue
Added by Necrono on February 6, 2009 at 10:55am —
it has been a very long time since i visited Goddess. com what a wonderful and amazing site i once loved has continued to grow changing into an even more wonderful and Blessed Site. I am so grateful for the oppertunity to be a part of this circle.
blessed be, night dragon as some may know me from in goddess chat some years ago .
Added by nightdragon on February 2, 2009 at 12:22pm —
I found Jeremy Narby's The Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge
while walking through Barnes and Nobles looking for Christmas gifts. Narby is a Canadian/Swiss Ph.D Anthropologist who studied at U of Canterbury and Stanford. Narby works with the Swiss non-profit Nouvelle Planéte. The text is relatively short: only 162 pages not counting the notes and bibliography which make up nearly half of the manuscript. I am a slow reader, and finished this book in about 2 weeks. It is… Continue
Added by Necrono on February 1, 2009 at 9:56pm —