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Sister Kate (Weed Nun) on the Divine Feminine and the REAL Holy Trinity

By Amanda Froelich, The Mind Unleashed

Raise your hand if you’ve heard of Sister Kate of the Sisters of the Valley. The bad-ass activist, who was formerly known as Sister Occupy (and still is to some), founded the organization which grows CBD-rich strains of marijuana for medicinal purposes. Located near Merced, California, the 1-acre property exists as an oasis and education center for a handful of women who call themselves nuns but aren’t associated with any religion.

Recently, I had the pleasure of chatting with Sister Kate (Christine Meeusen) to pick her brain about the women’s work. As our conversation evolved, she dropped copious amounts of wisdom on the subjects of marijuana, the divine feminine, and how the mainstream media continues to re-hash a lie about cannabis being a “Holy Trinity.” Continue reading Sister Kate (Weed Nun) on the Divine Feminine and the REAL Holy Trinity

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Living in a Man’s World

By Peter van Els (Contributing writer, Openhearted Rebel), Stop the Selfishness of Greed

A short history

Our Earth was formed about 4.56 billion years (4.560.000.000 years) ago by accretion of material from the Solar Nebula. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accretion_(astrophysics)

Compared to many other species, the history of mankind covers a very short period. Early modern humans (Homo sapiens) were born in Africa about 200,000 years B.C., and have since spread around the world. This development began around 71,000 B.C. from the coastal areas of South Africa.

Recently, DNA studies have supported the theory that man, for the most part, comes from Africa. By volcanic eruptions on Sumatra 70.000 years ago was the people largely extinct, just in southern Africa survived some 12,000 modern humans. From them there are now 7 billion people living. Besides genetics taxonomy also shows that the man is a primate, a genus of the superfamily of anthropoids (ape), which includes orangutans, bonobos, gorillas and chimpanzees belong. Continue reading Living in a Man’s World

Was Prostitution Once a Sacred Practice? Looks Like It Was Once About Healing, Not Commerce

By  Christina Antonyan, Confident Lover, Thanks to Conscious Life News

“The light of the sacred prostitute penetrates to the heart of this darkness. . . . she is the consecrated priestess, in the temple, spiritually receptive to the feminine power flowing through her from the Goddess, and at the same time joyously aware of the beauty and passion in her human body.” – Marion Woodman

This is not intended to be a debate on whether or not prostitution should be legal or judge whether it’s morally right or wrong.

Instead this article focuses on learning why at one time, prostitution was considered sacred and to explore the role of a sacred prostitute.

After reading Dr. Stubbs’ work Women of the Light: The New Sacred Prostitute among many other books and watching a movie called “The sessions” I was intrigued to know why prostitution was once considered sacred. Continue reading Was Prostitution Once a Sacred Practice? Looks Like It Was Once About Healing, Not Commerce

Ethan Indigo Smith: Cannabis Represents the Divine Feminine in the Patriarchal Oligarchy

Divine CannabisBy Ethan Indigo Smith, Waking Times, May 26, 2015

Marijuana is the embodiment of the Divine Feminine. Say what? This is what you may say on reading that marijuana embodies divinity at all. However this is my belief, which I will explain. Of course take my thoughts with a grain of salt. What do I know? I’m just the son of a registered nurse and a farmer.

The cannabis plant has traditionally been revered, with many useful applications from agricultural to medicinal to spiritual. Providing nutritious food, potent medicine, sustainable fuel, low-impact building material and consciousness expanding herb, cannabis is a nurturer of humanity. It is no wonder the hyper-masculine, partriarchal corporate-government complex has dared to outlaw it. Continue reading Ethan Indigo Smith: Cannabis Represents the Divine Feminine in the Patriarchal Oligarchy

Is Matriotism The Future of The Divine Feminine?

Is Matriotism The Future of The Divine Feminine - CopyWritten by Ethan Indigo Smith and Lucy Morales, Contributing Writers for Wake Up World, February 24, 2015

The most difficult function we ever learn is how to use language; how to communicate thoughts, needs, feelings and ideas into sounds. The complex nuances of language and communication are the most difficult things we learn as humans, and also the most powerful and important tool we have. Without language, we would not be able to cooperate to obtain food, clothing and shelter with the efficiency we do. Continue reading Is Matriotism The Future of The Divine Feminine?