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April 26, 2019
Ma’at / Maat or Mayat is the Egyptian Goddess of Truth, Justice, Harmony and the divine order. Ma’at, wasn’t just the goddess of these concepts, but was the embodiment of them and therefore was seen to be above the ideas of right and wrong because she IS the truth, and nothing is stronger than truth! To the ancient Egyptians she personified both physical and moral laws, and was also thought to have been the ruler of Earth as well, being that she regulated the sun, stars, seasons and all cosmic events. This concept is seriously so crazy because while being one of the most important deities, she had no temples of her own or places of worship. The other Egyptian deities even had to follow under her! This makes sense because temples for other god’s often contained statues of her within them! Total boss!
A Simple Ritual - for the divine balance of Ma'at
You’ll need the following on your altar: A white feather, an ankh, rose oil, a white candle, earthy-scented incense like frankincense or myrrh, and a piece of amethyst.
In times of need, pick back up the same ankh and amethyst and reopen yourself to Ma’at. You may also carry a tumbled amethyst in your packet or talisman pouch, and wear an ankh necklace. Be sure to carry both at the same time for proper connection to this Goddess.
Pogo of J Southern Studio is a Brujx living in Los Angeles, California who has been practicing various forms of divination, healing and spellwork for a greater part of the last decade. Their abilities and intuition come from a bloodline of healers that they walk in gratitude with daily.
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Happy May, friends, and happy birthday month to Taurus and early Gemini folks! Below are your May 2021 Celestial Insights to navigate this month with ease and grace…To those who celebrate: Happy Floralia & Beltane! We’re in the midst of the Floralia celebration, which is like Roman May Day, honoring Flora, the goddess of plants and flowers. This can symbolize bright, fresh blooms and regeneration in our lives as the astrological new year awakens in Aries season. Set up a Floralia altar with flowers, plants, honey, green, yellow, pink, and purple stones and candles. Similar in celebration, on May 2 we have the Pagan sabbat, Beltane (or May Day) in the northern hemisphere...
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