Poetry for an April Sunday

by Beth on April 13, 2014

This is an encore post I shared a few years ago. I think it deserves another telling. Remember, poetry is meant to be read aloud (especially for those people who think they do not care for it much).  Poetry is the world’s oldest spell casting, and speaking poetry will make all the difference. Have a […]

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The cause of poverty is not scarcity. It is fear and small thinking. Alan Cohen, inspirational author Here is a card that has visited only once since the economic meltdown of Fall, 2008. This week, we welcome the Four of Pentacles. In Tarot numerology, the fours are about stability, grounding, and consolidation. And the Pentacles, […]

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My Birthday Wish

by Beth on July 20, 2012

You know how I love celebrating birthdays, and working with you to help make your wishes come true, right? Well, tomorrow is my birthday, and you can help make my wish come true. As I continue to work through my second Saturn return, I am thinking a lot about what my life will have meant, […]

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Queen of Many Names and Virtues

by Beth on June 3, 2012

Hail Juno, for whom this month is named! Our story begins, not with Juno, but with the Goddess Hera. Once upon a time, before the warring patriarchal tribes of the north invaded, the Goddess Hera was the highest Greek divinity. A Queen of the Skies, Her name simply meant, “Our Lady,” and may not have […]

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Spelling It Out: Why We Are In the Streets

by Beth on December 2, 2011

I love The Young Turks videos. This spells out new details of exactly how the banking bailout was the biggest swindle in American history. We have been robbed blind, you and me, and no one is doing anything about it, except all those people in the streets.

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