I Haven’t Left Just Internet Difficulties

Sorry there were no posts for today and I will not have any up in time for 6:00 AM AEST (southern hemisphere) my internet/cable TV company is working to get caught up with fixing minor problems now that most of their outdoor technicians are back to work. The company did not send out anything saying when they might be working or where. It was so much fun waking up yesterday morning when I tried to get online and had no connection and the samething happened today. Unfortunately I do not have a large enough cellphone data plan to allow me to do all the normal posts.

Hopefully I will be back tomorrow unless the techs find a major problem in my area. I will catch up on birthday horoscopes as quickly as I can.

Even with connection problems and websites we have used for years going away I thank the Lord and the Lady that the world wide web was launched in 1989. Because of this being a solitary or a coven witch we have the ability to meet other witches who live all over Mother Earth.

Here’s a little information about the inventor of the www.

1989 Tim Berners-Lee, a British scientist at CERN, invented the World Wide Web(WWW) in 1989. The web was originally conceived and developed to meet the demand for automatic information-sharing between scientists in universities and institutes around the world.

Please ask the Goddess to let me get back to posting information and having the honor of meeting so many people who walk a similar spiritual path that I walk.

There is No Time Like the Present- 11

Coven Life®

Written By Priestess Hypatia

For Coven Life

05/06/2020

15. Shine

It takes a great deal of energy to produce light. It is always there no matter how dark it feels. For light is energy that can neither be destroyed nor made, it just is….

“You did not come to serve.
You came to create and to SHINE.”
― Abraham Hicks

Since humanity has walked this earth, sun worship has been a major aspect of many spiritual paths. The sun brings light, life, energy, it brings our solar system into being, and it is the crux of our creation. So, it was only natural that the bright light worshiped in the sky was a metaphor of the light in the hearts and minds of humanity, one that represents the God head within.

I believe when we shine, just like the sun, we have the ability to create a gravitational force to…

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