Hii💕🌸✨ I just wanted to know what happens when my Ceres isn’t nurtured properly. I have Ceres in Cancer in the 1st house
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if it isn’t nurtured properly then it might manifest as self-neglect. might manifest as you allowing your emotions to get the best of you/overpower you. for some reason, i thought about situations where people sit in bed eating ice cream, crying, and just staying for days not getting up to take a shower. just up sitting in your room as a form of wallowing in your sorrows.
with your cancer ceres in 1st, it might manifest as you become too dependent on your mother for validation or confidence boosts. so, if she doesn’t support what you do it might hurt you on a soul level, in this case with the 1st house involved, a blow to your ego. or, could manifest as having a fear of nothing develop independence and feeling like you’re restricted to staying with your family possibly. or, you could be someone who is really connected to their family so without them you easily feel homesick and very disconnected without them. could feel like you’re nothing without your family or your mother specifically.
with cancer (taurus also) being in connection to self-care, self-love, nurturing of ones self too, you might neglect eating. (taurus is exalted in moon position so cancer & taurus are really similar) you might even become a bit of a hermit lol a hermit crab! could manifest as feeling very disconnected from your body as well. (1st house involvement)
your source of nurturing is from yourself. so, make sure to treat your body like a temple. treat it with respect and be sensitive to your own emotions. don’t do things to yourself or undermined your intuition as well! you might neglect yourself from ignoring your gut instincts/ intuition which can lead you into heartbreaking situations that could’ve been avoided if you just trusted yourself.
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Rohne - Ceres (Official Audio)
Priestess of Ceres performing a rite in honor of Cybele 400 CE
"Cybele (/ˈsɪbəliː/ SIB-ə-lee; Phrygian: Matar Kubileya/Kubeleya "Kubileya/Kubeleya Mother", perhaps "Mountain Mother"; Lydian Kuvava; Greek: Κυβέλη Kybele, Κυβήβη Kybebe, Κύβελις Kybelis) is an Anatolian mother Goddess; she may have a possible forerunner in the earliest neolithic at Çatalhöyük, where statues of plump women, sometimes sitting, have been found in excavations. Phrygia's only known Goddess, she was probably its national deity. Greek colonists in Asia Minor adopted and adapted her Phrygian cult and spread it to mainland Greece and to the more distant western Greek colonies around the 6th century BC.
In Greece, Cybele met with a mixed reception. She became partially assimilated to aspects of the Earth-Goddess Gaia, of her possibly Minoan equivalent Rhea, and of the harvest–mother Goddess Demeter. Some city-states, notably Athens, evoked her as a protector, but her most celebrated Greek rites and processions show her as an essentially foreign, exotic mystery-Goddess who arrives in a lion-drawn chariot to the accompaniment of wild music, wine, and a disorderly, ecstatic following."
-taken from wikipedia
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Sketch from last night of Ceres my beloved
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Persephone & Demeter Lekythos 450 - 425 BCE
"Ceres delights in peace: pray, you farmers,
Pray for endless peace and a peace-loving leader.
Honour the Goddess with wheat, and dancing salt grains,
And grains of incense offered on the ancient hearths,
And if there’s no incense, burn your resinous torches"
-Ovid, Fasti: Book 4, April 12, The Games of Ceres
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Part 3: taste
The blade was cold as he pressed it lightly against her cheek, forcing her to look at him. Any wrong move would mutilate her further than he already had.
Ceres was quiet, disturbingly quiet when he ran his free hand along her body. Resting his grip on her waist, he pulled Amanda closer against him, enough he could feel her heartbeat.
“Say you love me,”
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Part 2: basement
“You’re different, Amanda. You’re different from the rest in the best way possible, I almost feel bad for keeping you here in such a shitty place. But if I can’t have you, nobody else can.”
Her mouth went dry and she bit her tongue to avoid saying anything she’d regret.
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Ceres, Augustin Pajou, ca. 1768-70
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mythologies → earth deities
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Part 1: welcome home
“Why are you doing this?” She croaked, throat stinging from her screaming and lack of water. The question made Ceres cock his head curiously. How could she not get it? Wasn’t it obvious?
He glanced down at his knife in his grip.
“Because I love you, Amanda.”
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I'm sorry if this ask is too. idk vague. yeah so. what is Ceres miss jinx? i mean i know it's an asteroid but what does it entail?
Generally it represents the relationships between parents and children, but can also have to do with fertility, as well as nature and the seasons.
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Hello there! I’ve recently just found your account and i really like it! The way you do your readings is really cool, if they’re still open and you’re not too busy I was wondering if you could do a reading on what pantheon the deity that’s reaching out to me is? Or even what gender they perceive as, it’ll help me a lot to know any more hints about them since researching them is a bit of a struggle for me. Thank you!- M.R Leo(sun), Capricorn(moon), Scorpio(rising)
I really want to answer this with my physical tarot decks but since I'm in isolation, I don't have them with me. Please know that this answer is barely scratching the surface, but I'll try to explain it as best as I can. Also, I'm going to make a post about how to determine which deities want to work with you (since I've been getting a lot of these types of ask), so please stay tuned.
If we're talking about the Greco-Roman pantheon, the cards that are showing are very clear as to who wants to be acquainted with you. Hermes (or Mercury) is the most apparent god that is present within your sphere of practice. The manifestation of the Waxing Crescent Moon is telling me that you have yet to work with him, and is telling me to open up your spirit and mind to the possible future connection you may have with him. You will definitely learn more than you think you will from Hermes/Mercury. Get to know him on a deeper level than just Googling what his domains are. Speak to him with utmost reverence and respect, offer him a possession of yours that speaks of your highest intellect (perhaps a report card that have high marks, a test paper that you perfected, your favorite literary work, or your diploma, even!) Use a wide array of vocabulary to describe every single thought or feeling you want to tell him.
Another god that is extending the invitation is Demeter (or Ceres). As depicted by the Virgo card, the goddess Demeter/Ceres is more than the goddess of harvest and of the crops. She is also a very loving and protective mother. Patience is needed to make contact with her. If you have a vegetable/flower garden or plants around the house, offer them to her. Do not give her flowers from the flower shop! She does not appreciate flora and fauna that have been cut off for the sake of aesthetics. Take care of your greenery. You can try to talk to her in your garden or somewhere that's filled with earthy life. Come to her like you would to your own mother; with love, respect, trust, and openness.
There are so many ways to start getting to know which gods, deities, and spirits would like to work with us. But most of all, the most important reminder is to respect the higher powers if they suddenly want to pull away. I know you're asking for a specific pantheon, and what I could suggest (which I'd also mention in a future post) is to trace back your ancestry. Where did your ancestors come from? What's their lineage? Which land did your family hail from? Those would help as well. Best of luck 🍀
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Asks about Liber’s relationships with other gods, specifically three where his relationships are not...entirely negative
@an-evolved-dinosaur Ceres genuinely cares about Liber as both “her child” and also a fellow agriculture deity. He was a member of Ceres’ retinue during his “Iacchus” phase, and them (and Proserpina) are currently still closely associated to one another.
@bugcthulhu: Venus’s appearance can actually vary quite a bit even for one individual. Liber especially, since his desires and identity (sexual or otherwise) shifts around a lot, Venus has taken on numerous different forms around him over the years.
....Liber and Venus are also exes so it's a little weird between them...
@cyanideoreo He and Minerva have a very complicated relationship with one another, perhaps the most of any of the gods. In many ways they are total opposites, in terms of their morality, mindset, and many of the very things they govern over.
Despite this Minerva (shockingly) cares about him quite a bit, even if she would never admit it.. She finds Liber endlessly frustrating to deal with, but while most of the gods are content with just kicking him out of the family she is determined to help him “improve himself” so he can join the rest of them. Liber in return finds Minerva controlling and mean and doesn't like listening to her, but Is also one of the only gods he usually trusts and she’s helped him numerous times to get out of trouble.
The two act more like “normal” siblings to one another then most of the other gods
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100% intentional. Here is Kore
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Overall they would not be pleased with pop culture’s takes on them, but at least Pluto would be happy with it...
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Is it really that embarrassing, that reaction is just absolutely adorable tho
F: ,,, i cant believe in getting bullied,,, are you witnessing this ceres?
C: yyyeah, I'm no longer apart of this, have fun fin
F: !??! Ceres!
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Hey, Google Maps, it’s real cool of you to let me visit other planets and moons and shit
Not so cool that I can’t drop a pin or add any place on them to my “Want to go” list
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