Apr 27, 2010 | Jasmine | Beliefs 25
gicope.ning.com Music Video of the Pagan Hymm “We All Come From the Goddess”
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ahh this brings back memories of my initation blessed be
okay this is going to sound crazy but when I FIRST heard this song I started sining along. I was raised in a conservative catholic family
blessed be! )O(
I did a video some time last year singing this song just from memory, and everytime my voice went up, the rain picked up, when I softened my voice, the rain softened. It was a very magical experience. It continued to do that all that day, when I stopped singing all together, the rain stopped too. Was very beautiful
i was last year during lamas in glastonbury and cellebrated with the goddesstemple on mount tor and this was song during our walk up there.
it was something that i shared with my family and went really deep… i so love this song!!!! blessed be
how did you make the goddess symbol like that?
used to? they still do, look up ” Bohemian grove sacrafice”. alot of government officials are in it. they beleive in a goddess / gods and the main is Mo loch. to worship her you must sacrafice children, yet its not a black art. i find it odd but im not judging.
I’ve done plenty of research, thank you. Are you seriously trying to claim that the Canaanites didn’t use ritual sacrifice? You’ll probably claim the Aztecs didn’t next.
No, not really. do you research
MUSLIMS STILL DO
and how many were sacrificed during the inquisition? get a better argument.
Some of those pagans used to sacrifice children.
Blessed Be!Love The Goddess!:D
….And to her we shall return
where can I find this song, on which CD?What’s the name of the group?
Blessed Be ☽◯☾
all hail Artemis Mother to all women
)o( Blessed Be. This song is lovely
Awen,Amen.aum is all good.certainly on the international woman day.
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I love the earthyness of pagan music. reminds me of the songs that the band Earth Culture do. Especially the song ‘Follow the truth’.
this song is amazing 🙂 Blessed Be )O(
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