The pope just sainted Mother Teresa.
Just pointing out more “wheel” woman theme. The cauldron at the Rio olympics, the Catherine wheel, cartwheel, goddess of the grain, and any other recent reference to the lady of the wheel, the matrix, mothership, etc.
The earthquake in Norcia has significance with this theme, as the name “Norcia” comes from the Estruscan goddess Nursia, who was the equivalent of the goddess Fortuna. As in wheel of…
Teresa, Theresa, and Tressa (French: Thérèse) are feminine given names. The name may be derived from the Greek verb θερίζω (therízō), meaning to harvest.
The wikipedia page for Teresa says it means “to harvest”, but on the side it gives additional information:
Now we are getting somewhere! Teresa is also a name for “huntress”, and is clearly linked to Diana, the moon goddess.
The polar energies of the universe (male and female), are expressed in specific ways as we spin around in cycles with various heavenly bodies having influence. For example, Sirius, the star of Isis, has the energy of liberation and freedom. Venus, love and beauty and material wealth. Ever since I was awakened to these energies, I always thought the Moon was beautiful, but there is a feeling that it is trapped feminine energy. I suppose it feels that way because of the cyclic energy and influence of the Moon, and therefore under the constraints of time. This tarot card is one of my favorites because it demonstrates this very attribute:
Also known as Hecate, the triple goddess. The maiden, the mother, and the crone, indicating phases and time. I googled “maiden, mother, crone” in images and chose the first few that popped up. Do you see a pattern here?
The RED woman.
Wearing red. Seeing red.
Here, have some milk, honey.
SNL isn’t really funny anymore, but Fred Armisen left the show. This skit (IMO) is hilarious and very telling.
Andy and Zac. A to Z. All things manifest through vibration (sound). It’s ALL in ONE.
All things born through the Silver Gate of Isis, through the horns of the Bull.
Torus, as in Taurus.
Back to Teresa…
I don’t know much about her and I am writing this from a purely symbolic point of view. The triple goddess. The maiden, mother and crone. The Abrahamic religions put a system in place that traps feminine energy, especially the mother. The mother has children and spends years raising them, and after that is done, she is probably taking care of her mother or mother-in-law (the crone). The children part is a joy, even if it is difficult at times, but the taking care of the mom and mom-in-law part…I just can’t see myself having my child having to worry about taking care of me. I can’t see myself as the crone.
The MOTHER is saying “no” to end this cycle. Zion is the land of milk and honey. Can we go there? It’s about freedom.
If you look at the images of Teresa, (regardless of what she did or didn’t do), because images have a big effect on the subconscious mind, then who do you see?
The crone is a figure in folklore, an old woman. In some stories, she is disagreeable, malicious, or sinister in manner, often with magical or supernatural associations that can make her either helpful or obstructing. The Crone is also an archetypal figure, a Wise Woman. As a character type, the crone shares characteristics with the hag.
Sacrifice has to do with perpetuating the cycle and time.
The god of Abrahamic religions likes one kind of woman, the virgin. How sick is that? Really. Think about that. That is why the great revelation is when we collectively wake up to our feminine (creative, the mother) side of our brain. ThIS IS about freedom for everyone. Every single person.
Papa pope isn’t going to reward anyone for doing what they want and having the courage to say that it is time for humanity to evolve and that means we go beyond the narrow scope of his stringent rules.
As a matter of fact, you have to die to be a saint.
Canonization is the act by which the Orthodox, Roman Catholic, or Anglican Church declares that a person who has died was a saint, upon which declaration the person is included in the canon, or list, of recognized saints.
Time and money. Money and time. You shouldn’t have to be a slave to money and time.
This is happening. We keep what we want and get rid of what we don’t.