The Daily Cosmic Calendar for Sunday, May 12

Due to last night’s enthusiasm-generating lunar trine to Jupiter in Sagittarius and this morning’s lunar trine to Venus in Aries (3:15 a.m.), a fortuitous grand triangle develops in fire signs—courtesy of the moon’s dynamic presence in Leo. However, a 3 hour void lunar conundrum starts at 5:25 a.m. and concludes at 9:23 a.m. as the moon enters earthy Virgo. This shift by the moon—along with three desultory, 150-degree aspects at 2:33 a.m. (Mercury-Ceres), 11:05 a.m. (Ceres-Juno), and 12:45 p.m. (Mercury-Pallas)—can toss a monkey-wrench into pre-arranged plans. Know where you are going and what you are doing. Allow your organizational talents to flourish and be an efficiency master with the moon in the sixth sign of the zodiac.

Ingenious ideas are ripe for the picking as the lunar orb and Uranus in Taurus form a harmonious trine (3:34 p.m.). Clean-up campaigns, weeding your garden and enjoying in-depth studies fit in with this Sunday’s main astro-psychic themes. Be aware that Mercury is now moving at over 2 degrees a day until May 31—its fastest speed of the year, energizing the connection between intellect and intuition.

[Note to readers: All times are calculated for Pacific Daylight Time. Be sure to adjust all times according to your own local time so the alignments noted above will be exact for your location.]

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Divine Feminine Ritual To Kali: The 4 Fierce Elements

“The 4 Fierce Elements”

Kali is the Hindu goddess (or Devi) of death, time, and doomsday and is often associated with sexuality and violence but is also considered a strong mother-figure and symbolic of motherly-love. She removes the ego and liberates the soul from the cycle of birth and death.

The Ritual:
Result of performing this ritual: Space, clarity and capacity to create powerfully and in a balanced way.
Inside each of us is a fierce part that wants to be expressed. That fierce part is about truth and clear everything that is no longer useful away so you can feel the balance and capacity to create inside of you.

Kali is bold. She is powerful. She is within you waiting to be awoken and activated. Call upon her when you need to get back into your power, courage and confidence and feel your raw sense of self. Kali will help you honor yourself and truth for the highest good.

This ritual will help you invoke her energy through the 4 fierce elements earth, wind, water, and fire of release and clearing.

What you’ll need:
• A safe, uninterrupted place
• A bell• A bowl of water
• A candle
• A rock (I use my volcano rocks)

Step ONE: Fire Feel the intensity of fire to burn away your limiting beliefs that are no longer serving you. Allow that lava to clear your body temple of anything that no longer belongs to you and is standing in the way of your life mission.

Step TWO: Water Feel a tidal wave is flooding your body and washing away all the beliefs that have been infiltrated inside of you and they never belonged to you. Allow the flood to go from head to toe and clean and clear and harmonize your body.

Step THREE: Air Imagine a tornado enter your body and allow this tornado that is standing in the way of your highest good. Any outer voices or even images. Allow the tornado to destroy it all.

Step FOUR: Earth Ground yourself into the earth. Take your rock and hold it into your hand and allow that grounding quality of earth to infiltrate and saturate your body.

Step FIVE: Feel your capacity and space inside of yourself to create.

 

Author

Antia Boyd has been helping single women all over the world to find the right man to share their life with and be happier quickly without loneliness, sadness or wasting any more time for over 10+ years. She studied Personality Psychology at U.C. Berkeley, has spoken on stages and radio shows all over the US, and has led dozens of Soulmate Support Groups (where most of the women there have attracted the right man for them!) She now lives in the beautiful Bay Area of California with her loving & supportive soulmate husband Brody.

Ritual from PDF from Sistership Circle

Today On Mother’s Day, We Celebrate The Pagan Mother Goddesses

Asasa Ya (Ashanti)

This earth mother goddess prepares to bring forth new life in the spring, and the Ashanti people honor her at the festival of Durbar, alongside Nyame, the sky god who brings rain to the fields.

 

Asase Ya (or Asase YaaAsaase YaaAsaase Afua; is the Earth goddess of fertility of the Ashanti people ethnic groupof Ashanti City-State of Ghana. She is also known as Mother Earth or Aberewaa.

Asase Yaa is the wife of Nyame the Sky deity, who created the universe. Asase Yaa gave birth to the two children, Bea and Tano. Bea is also named Bia.

Asase Yaa is also the mother of Anansi, the trickster, and divine stepmother of the sacred high chiefs.

Asase Yaa is very powerful, though no temples are dedicated to her, instead she is worshipped in the agricultural fields of Ashanti City-State.

Asase Yaa’s favoured Ashanti people are occupationally Ashanti workers in the agricultural fields and planet Jupiter is her symbol.

Asase Yaa Worship

The Ashanti people of Ashanti City-State regard Asase Ya as Mother Earth, the earth goddess of fertility, the upholder of truth, and the creator Goddess who comes to fetch Ashanti people’s souls to the otherworld (Planet Jupiter) at the time of death.  She is credited as being the nurturer of the earth and is considered to provide sustenance for all. When a member of the Ashanti people ethnic group wants to prove his (or her) credibility, he (or her) touches his (or her) lips to the soil of Ashanti City-State and recites the Asase Ya Prayer-Poem. Another tradition holds that because Thursday is reserved as Asase Ya’s day, the Ashanti people generally abstain from tilling the land of Ashanti City-State on that day.

Prayer Poem To Asase Ya
First stanza
Old Woman Earth ….
She who Lent the Rights..
Of Cultivation to the Living ….

My Prayer to You, of Thanksgiving.

Second stanza
“Earth, When I am about to Die,
I Lean on you.
Earth, While I am Alive,

I Depend on You”.

Third stanza
Lilacs in your Hair .. Ever Present Mother
In each Grain of Sand is thy Story.
Fourth stanza
Giver of Nkwagye the Salvation of Life
And Nkwa to live Life without Strife

To your Everlasting Glory.

Fifth stanza
That Man is Tame is thy Domain…
Giver of Law and Ethics

Scales of Justice.

Sixth stanza
With Each Field I till..
With Thee I am Still
And when Death comes to Claim..
I become One with thy Fame

Bringing Life to the Land with my Will.

Seventh stanza
The Fertile Fields and the Woman’s Yield
All Have felt thy Hand
Hail and Thanks Be Great Mother

For your Back upon which we Stand.

Eight stanza
Upholder of Truth, our Lady Fair
To kiss the dust of thy Breast…

Is proof of the Tale.

Ninth stanza
Hail Great Mother
Whose Love is in the Earth
Thy gifts to your Children

Are an Unending source of Mirth.

Tenth stanza
A Smile to the Lips with a Song in the Heart
Praises we Sing, when the Plantings to Start.
Eleventh stanza
Hail bringer of Life, bringer of Law and Order
Hail Old Mother Earth, your Children
Have Crossed the Border

Into the Lands of Sweetness and Heart.

Twelfth stanza
Asase Yaa, Aberewa, Asase Efua
Names without End do we Call You
Blessed Be, Asase Yaa

To Be Cherished Forever, We Adore You.

The Abosom in the Americas (Jamaica)

Worship of the Asase Ya goddess was transported via the transatlantic slave trade and was documented to had been acknowledged by enslaved Akan or Coromantee living in Jamaica. Jamaican slave owners did not believe in Christianity for the Coromantee and left them to their own beliefs. Hence an Ashanti spiritual system was dominant on the plantation. According to Jamaican historian and slave owner Edward Long, creole descendants of the Ashanti coupled with other newly arrived Coromantee joined in observation and worship of the Ashanti goddess Asase Yaa (the English people recorded erroneously as ‘Assarci’). They showed their worship by pouring libations and offering up harvested foods. Other Ashanti Abosom were also reported to be worshipped. This was the only deity spiritual system on the island, as other deities identities in the 18th century was obliterated because of the large population of enslaved Coromantee in Jamaica, according to Edward Long and other historians who observed their slaves.

 

Source

Wikipedia

 

It’s Mother’s Day 2019, Time to Show Mom Some Love Today! Happy Mother’s Day To All of The WOTC’s Moms!

MOTHER´S DAY . . . .by Piedad5007

Never Enough

Sometimes I know the words to say to give thanks for all you’ve done,
but then they fly up and away as quickly as they come.

How could I possibly thank you enough, the one who makes me whole,
the one to whom I owe my life, the forming of my soul?

The one who tucked me in at night, the one who stopped my crying,
the one who was the expert at picking up when I was lying.

The one who saw me off to school and spent sad days alone,
yet magically produced a smile as soon as I came home.

The one who makes such sacrifices to always put me first,
who lets me test my broken wings, in spite of how it hurts.

Who paints the world a rainbow when it’s filled with broken dreams,
who explains it all so clearly when nothing is what it seems.

Are there really any words for this? I find this question tough.
Anything I want to say just doesn’t seem enough.

What way is there to thank you for your heart, your sweat, your tears,
for ten thousand things you’ve done for oh so many years.

For changing with me as I changed, accepting all my flaws,
not loving ’cause you had to, but loving just because.

For never giving up on me when your wits had reached its end,
for always being proud of me, for being my best friend.

And so I come to realize, the only way to say,
the only thank you that’s enough is clear in just one way.

Look at me before you see what I’ve become.
Do you see yourself in me, the job that you have done?

All your hopes and all your dreams, the strength that no one sees,
a transfer over many years, your best was to pass me.

Thank you for the gifts you give, for everything you do,
but thank you, Mommy, most of all for making dreams come true.

–Author Unknown
Published on FamilyFriendPoems.com

In Case You Are Wondering What Is Going On

I had a follow-up check up with a doctor yesterday and I have to go back Thursday for a treatment on my hip. Since the doctors are taking up so much of my time, I had to take the day off. As I mentioned a few days ago, our property is due to be put on the auction block the 15th of this month. I am not going to let that happen. Today, I am looking online for a loan that will cover our tax bill. I know you hate to hear about our problems but with every thing that has happened in the past few months, I have no other options.

I hope you can understand. If we have no building, we have no place to work out of. So it is very important that I obtain a loan for us today. We will be back with you tomorrow. Again, I apologize for the inconvenience but somethings are more than important than other. Till then….

Love ya,

Lady A

Your Karmic Number for May 3 is 4

Your Karmic Number for Today

 

 

The number 4 means that you are building a strong foundation for your new ventures. Good job! Keep going – build the frame, put up the walls, roof, and seed the yard. It may not be an actual building you are working on, but the structure for your goals is becoming a reality. Taking the time, step by step, means that you have a foundation, protection, and beauty. Use strong people and resources so that you don’t have to rebuild from scratch. In time, you will have a sturdy place to call your own.