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Full moon beyond the polar circle in northern Norway [OC] [4000x3000]; IG: @glacionaut

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One of nature’s most sublime efforts. Sunset above the clouds at La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. [OC][3727x4659]

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A Double Waterfall in Iceland [OC][1280x1920] IG @holysh0t

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100 years ago, we could afford to cut down trees, and live an exuberant lifestyle. We can’t do that anymore because the forests are disappearing so fast around the world, so profiteers can build shopping malls, parking lots, and apartments.

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“The Goddess was also she who gives life to the dead, aided by her magic serpent who winds in and out of the earthly tomb-womb. The snake— with its stylized image, the spiral— was seen as the vehicle of immortality, and with spontaneous life energy, its continuous flow. The snake could shed its skin but still live, as the Moon birthed herself from her own darkness, and the womb bled periodically without being wounded— all were seen as miraculously transformations. To the serpent was attributed power that can move the entire cosmos. And does.”

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“The generative force of the wind and the great serpent— as an emanation from herself; from her passion and her dance.”

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“Some snakes are born alive, but reptiles generally, and many snakes lay eggs, — as birds do. And the egg belongs to the Goddess. The formation of the world, and of life itself, took its beginning from a double egg (the chromosome and it’s polar body?) in the midst of which a germ resided, the life embryo.”

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“And we begin to see why the upstart of patriarchal religions based themselves on the utter destruction of the goddess/serpent, pictured by the Babylonians as “primeval chaos”— an image picked up later by the Hebrews and used in the biblical Genesis, where Eve linked with her serpent become the symbols of ontological evil. In her ceremonies and icons was so ancient that the inscribed picture of the cobra preceded the names of all goddesses, and became “the hieroglyphic sign for the word Goddess.”

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“While human females, through the shift from estrus to menstrual cycles, have evolved a nonreproductive sexual capacity that functions primarily for affectional bonding, the researchers conclude it is women who must take the lead in further human evolution — “toward the integration of the conscious and the unconscious mind and to a more profound understanding of the spiritual nature of species.”

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