Additional Information about “Goddess Everlasting”


UPDATE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 2019, 9PM: As of the aforementioned date, “Goddess Everlasting” was cancelled.  For more than two months, there had only been two registered participants.  Since my minimum required number of participants remains five, and that was not met, this Course was canceled.

As of Friday, January 25, 2019, there are now not one, but TWO registered participants for my very third Goddess Course, “Goddess Everlasting.”  I AM very excited about this.

In the meantime, I wanted to talk a little bit more about what a registered participant can expect from participating in Goddess Course.

First, although the accompanying guidebook with The Goddess Oracle, by Amy Sophia Marashinsky, illustrated by Hrana Janto, has a Ritual suggestion or Meditation, for each of the Goddesses represented in the Deck, I feel that I have the responsibility to give all the participants a way to connect more deeply to that particular Goddess, that is not mentioned in the book.

For example, in the dedication of Goddesses for Every Season, by Nancy Blair, she mentioned her two cats, and how maybe one day she shall fully embrace a cat’s seasons of “eat, sleep, and play.”  The exercise or Ritual I shall give the participants for connected with Bast (Who Is represented in The Goddess Oracle shall focus on that).

Of course, I also want to talk about how best to work with each of these Goddesses.

For example, there are various Goddesses represented in The Goddess Oracle that are multi-functional Goddesses; in other words, They can be called upon for many reasons and many purposes.

Some of these Goddesses include, but are not limited to: Auset/Isis, the Ancient Egyptian Goddess of Magick, Witchcraft, Psychic Powers, Healing Love, and Restorative Love; Brigid/Brighid, the Irish Goddess of Divine Healing, Divine Inspiration, and Divine Prosperity; Hecate/Hekate, the Ancient Greek Goddess of Magick, Prophecy, and the Crossroads.

However, there are some Goddesses represented in The Goddess Oracle that truly have their specialties, to the degree that one may usually call upon Them for one or two reasons.  They include, but are not limited to: Kuan Yin/Kwan Yin/Quan Yin, the Chinese Goddess of Mercy, Compassion, and Forgiveness; Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of Love, Beauty, Sensual Pleasures, and Self-Love; Vila, the Eastern European/Slavic Goddess of Shape-Shifting.

Also, I shall talk about each Goddess with regards to Her Season, Her Aspect, Her Sacred Colors, etc.  For example, Auset/Isis Is a Summer Goddess, a Multi-Functional Goddess, but primarily seen as a Mother Goddess, and Whose Sacred Colors are blue and silver.  Whereas, Brigid/Brighid Is a Winter Goddess, a Healing Goddess, Whose Sacred Colors are green and red.

Of course, I know to the marrow of my bones that, the closer we get to the official start date of “Goddess Everlasting,” which is Wednesday, March 20, 2019, the more the Goddess shall show me and tell me as to what to teach and when, during the Course.

Speaking of which, here is the first blog post, with a link to an accompanying video to my YouTube Channel about “Goddess Everlasting:”

 

 

https://thetarotman.wordpress.com/2019/01/05/goddess-everlasting/

 

 

Of course, if at any time, any of you have any questions about “Goddess Everlasting,” you can submit a comment in this blog post, in the accompanying video on my YouTube Channel, or you can Email me directly at thetarotman@excite.com and use “Goddess Everlasting” in the Subject line.

Here is the video to accompany this blog post:

 

 

 

 

In the meantime, look what I found!

I found a video that provides a walkthrough of The Goddess Oracle, created by Amy Sophia Marashinsky, illustrated by Hrana Janto.  Also, the linked Website is still active.  YAY!!

Here is the Website address:

 

https://goddess-enchantments.co.uk/

 

And here is the video; it is the first video that features the Goddess Oracle when I entered the words “Goddess Cards” in the search bar on YouTube:

 

 

I do not wish to overwhelm you with all the videos that feature this Oracle Card Deck, but do feel free to do your own research on YouTube, as I have no doubt you shall find other videos you shall enjoy.

Thank you, one and all, for honoring who I AM and what I do.  May the Goddess Bless all of you and yours with Joy, Riches, and Success.

The cover of the box of the Oracle Deck/Book Set of “The Goddess Oracle,” by Amy Sophia Marashinsky, illustrated by Hrana Janto.
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