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JANUARY 2007 GODDESS OF THE MONTH


White Shell Woman

White Shell WomanWhite Shell (or White Bead) Woman, also called Turquoise Woman and Abalone Woman, is sometimes said to be a younger version of Changing Woman. White is the color of dawn and of the east. White Shell Woman, the creator and sustainer of life, created the Navajo people and sent them their home. As gifts, she gave them shells, which became corn and other food-bearing plants; she gave them the animals; she gave them the gifts of rain and beautiful flowers. With the sun, she is the mother of Killer-of-Enemies and Child-of-the-Water, the dual protectors of the people from their enemies.

A Navajo chant says "All things around me are restored in beauty." It is because of White Shell Woman that this is so, and it is because of her teachings that we can experience the exquisite harmony that comes from being alive on this beautiful earth.

From GODDESS KNOWLEDGE CARDS,
Susan Eleanor Boulet Trust.
Text by Michael Babcock.
Published by Pomegranate
Box 6099, Rohnert Park, California 94927


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January 2007
Table of Contents
January Daykeeper Home
Crystal: 2007, Alchemical Portal
Alex Miller Mignone: Madame Speaker
Alex Miller Mignone: Black Hole Hussein
Daily Success Guide
Jan. 1 through 31
Crystal: Esoteric Keys to Setting Goals and Blessing the New Year
The Future of Daykeeper
Readers Write About Maya
Yvonne Taylor Remembers Maya
A Celtic Prayer
Jessica Murray's Soul Sick Nation: An Astrologer's View of America
Goddess of the Month: White Shell Woman
Sign of the Month: CapricornMaya's Sun Sign Archives

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