Pursuing natural health & thinking beyond the superficial. Deconstructing Culture.

The more and more recent we get in years the more Goddess consciousness you see re-emerging; you’d be surprised at which countries, institutions and people actually want Her back despite how they act to the contrary or stay publicly quiet, even in organizations with horrible histories of persecution and coverup. But hey, most people want to hedge their bets and secure a chance at survival in power shakeups/changes/ends; fairweather friends/allies and all that. Not in England/Scotland though; some of the worst, nastiest, vile, ‘upper’ masonic pieces of sh*t you’ll find anywhere who don’t/won’t admit the foundation and power used through their structures, at least not in any good way.

This was Georgia’s entry in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest:

If you watch the annual Eurovision Song Contest there’s been an interesting ‘turn’ from about 2008 in who appears and what they represent, I doubt the artists really know although if they’re already famous entrants (like some countries enter because they take it seriously) they might have enough inkling/intel to think their projection of character makes them godlike or even gods which is easy to do when you’re drunk with wealth, fans, sex, fawning and other ‘benefits’. However if they get older/play the game the more it sinks in that they’re not and the more depressed they get at how disposable they are and how they wasted/regret their lives. The reals can’t be gotten rid of easily, easier to make them want to kill themselves or get to them early as children/even pre-birth.

Anyway, try to ignore how amazingly gorgeous she looks for just a second and look at her outfit, the styling (don’t like the hotpants and boots but for a warrior its fine), the perfect colours, staging, effects; she’s a dark warrior/princess replete with wings, outstretched at the end, the headpiece, electricity/raw power and of course the lyrics; very simple and to the point in this case.

Whereas the tv show Charmed (1996-2008) theme song (‘How Soon is Now?’ cover version by Love Spit Love) says ‘I am the Son, I am the heir’ (sun, air) and talks about restriction/vulnerability in terms of love; this song goes:

Fighter
Oximated
World gonna get up and see

I’m a warrior
Isolated
World gonna listen to me

Violence
Set it free
Wings are gonna spread up

I’m a warrior
Isolated
World gonna get up and see

Woohoo
I’m a warrior
Still stucked in my mind
I’ve been in danger for too long
No no no

Woohoo
I’m a warrior
Still stuck in my mind
I’ve been in danger for too long
No no no

Not a shabby
Or a money maker
World gonna light up in peace

Not in shadows
Bright a little
Not your fault you’re just gonna breathe

Violence
Break me free
Wings are gonna spread up

I’m a warrior
Oximated
I’m gonna get up and be

Woohoo
I’m a warrior
Still stuck in my mind
I’ve been in danger for too long
No no no

She’s a warrior [princess], the breath/life, has been isolated [and hidden] and in danger for a long time, time to be free.

Some Russian and Slavic ‘mythology’ i.e. old gods that weren’t so ‘mythological’ at the time.

Makosh – the Mother Goddess (not Mother Earth though there are parallels), very popular, much loved Goddess – fell under the name of Mary ‘umbrella’ later on. Bear in mind that this is primarily a water planet so many of the most important names/beings have a water connection (even if they’re fire beings – something I’ll expand on a bit in an animation based post later for all those b*stards who’ve told me I’m ‘just fire’ throughout my life). Ma/Mokosh generally means soft water/water vapour/moisture etc rather than bodies of water (remember the emphasis on rain for Gnostics and Goddess acknowledging Freemasons) and Mar- names e.g. Mary are water based. Makosh is one of the primary/earliest known Gods of that area of the world, and can be compared fertility/creation/home/hearth/Spring/Summer gods in the same and other pantheons. Given that her type of water is for fertility and soil, it’s about motherhood, abundance, a good harvest and she’s like the cornucopia ‘horn (sign of an even older Goddess) of plenty’. Demeter connection there (and Persephone the Daughter) and of course a male god(s) who wants both Mother and Daughter for sick games. She and Demeter share the harvest association but some also see Makosh as a weaver/spinner so life/death/fate/destiny/karma connection which Demeter and Demeter’s Roman equivalent Ceres have in being the ‘law’. Demeter and Persephone also are a triple goddess where Kore (‘The Legend of Korra’ [sequel to The Last Air Bender – Avatar] being the animation I was referring to) is actually the Virgin/Maiden, then when abducted/falls becomes Persephone (the darker version).

And who was/is her servant/assistant?
Fate i.e. Dolya/Dola (even mentioned in an issue of the Marvel comic called ‘Soviet-Super Soldiers’ which makes me laugh considering what some people think of me). Dolya, not to be confused with Dodola (goddess of rain, wide of the main godhead/’supreme’ god the usual thunderer type), was goddess of fortune in very much ‘fortune favours the brave’ kind of way rather than random luck. A goddess of destiny being fate/one of the fates. These fates are a triplicate but not in the usual dynamic; morelike the Demeter/Kore/Persphone version where Demeter is the whole, Kore is the second and then her transformation into Persephone the third. So here you have the whole ‘Fate’ and if she’s in a good mood because you’ve been good you see Dolya the young maiden with Gold [curly] hair (like Makosh) and if you’ve been bad and pissed her off you see Nedolya the hag/crone (like harmony and disharmony/dischord to the Graeco-Romans), like day and night. Dolya lives behind/near the stove (a crowded place regarding gods/superior beings that live there based in the ‘home’ and ‘heart/h’) but basically that implies she’s an fire/ash goddess and Nedolya lives in the corners “you’re backed in a corner” i.e. your back’s against the wall. Just so you know, the corner/wall makes a great springboard when necessary.

Makosh and Dolya (and their other names from neighbouring countries) care for the ‘flocks’. Dolya brings luck to those Makosh smiles upon and something not so nice to those She does not.

Like the song above shows these Ladies are not to be toyed with but they’re not evil; they’re firm but fair, hard but kind.

In terms of literature these pantheons are from classical antiquity and were likely heavily influenced by the older school religions before going the monotheistic route. That doesn’t mean they didn’t exist prior in art, word of mouth and undeciphered scripts but as you can see some ‘people’/characters have existed for a very long time at least from those ancient days and middle times up until today. Ancient to Prehistory we get the really hardcore Mother/Destroyer/Preserver roots (and trees) e.g. Lalita/Kali/Bala, Mother/Dark Mother/Daughter from which the later triplicates male and female and even monotheistic ‘Father, Son, Holy Ghost/Spirit’ three equals one triad/triangle copy from. If you ever come across a group of 3 males plus maybe a 4th acting as their steward/deputy/representative and a single female judging you – you know you’re in trouble/a troublemaker or perhaps you’re about to make a deal and live it large for a while and for an even greater price although you gotta be really high up for that, most likely if you’re making a ‘deal with the devil’ its shadow creatures you’ll see/hear. Anyway for those ‘lucky’ (not) to see the usurper female (and 3 or 4 males) whose power is lent lent/has given way to the masculine/patriarchal systems (Durga/Laxmi/Sarasvati) ending us all in the sh*t. That treacherous… Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

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