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Rhiannon

EtainThe Sphinx is an ancient moon goddess, the goddess of birth and death. Part animal, part human, she remains connected to her deep instinctual nature.

Most stories emphasize her aspect as a death goddess who carries the dead to the underworld. Often portrayed as a lion, she shares in the solar and regal symbolism of that animal. Her role as an oracular deity, given to enigma and riddles, points to her as a keeper of the great mystery.

A symbol of strength, wisdom, and royal power, she reminds us that nothing comes to creation without some destruction and that sometimes to solve a mystery we must enter the darkness. This image reminds us that there is beauty even in the heart of that which terrifies.

From GODDESS KNOWLEDGE CARDS,
Susan Eleanor Boulet Trust.
Text by Michael Babcock.
Published by Pomegranate
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March 2005
Table of Contents
March Daykeeper Home
Global Climate Change... Why Now?
Paul Hawken, Environmentalist & Entrepreneur
Fear and Killing in Haiti
Black Hole Mercury, an Intimate Perspective
Crystal's Full Moon Meditation: Bless Yourself and the Planet
Daily Success Guide
March 1 through 31
Monthly Astrological Influences, March 2005
General Sun Signs,
March 2005
 
Retrograde Watch—
Four Major Changes this Month
March Skywatch
Goddess of the Month:
Sphinx
Books Reviewed:
Boiling Point
Sign of the Month: PISCES—Maya's Sun Sign Archives

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