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Lady of the Lake

Lady of the LakeAs in many traditions in which a goddess bestows kingship, the Lady of the Lake, a mysterious Celtic goddess, gave King Arthur the sword Excalibur and thus established his power and his right to be king. Before he died, Arthur restored the sword to her, and it now remains with her beneath the waters of the deep.

Water, the source of all life, has long been the domain of the goddess. Lakes represent both the source of creative power and the land of the dead, life-giving and death or renewal being the two main functions of the goddess. Water indicates both consciousness and revelation. The Lady of the Lake is a guide to the mysterious realms of emotion and renewal, a source of immense creativity. She can give us the energy we need to rule our lives.

Susan Eleanor Boulet Trust. Text by Michael Babcock.
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January 2008
Table of Contents
January 2008 Daykeeper Home
Maya: Capricorn, the Builder
Crystal: 2008
Alex Miller-Mignone: Black Hole Bush, Redux
Crystal, Full Moon in Leo: Manifest the Pack of Your Dreams
Alex Miller-Mignone: The 2008 Primary Season
Alex Miller-Mignone: Musharraf, Bhutto and Pakistan—Postscript
Boots Hart: Pluto in Capricorn 7
Daily Success Guide
January 1 - 28
Boots Hart: January Astrological Overview
Reviews: Suze Orman, Firm Up Your Financial Foundations
The Maya Archives
Astrologer's Bookshelf: Alive and Well with Neptune
Out of the Fire Part 3
Goddess of the Month: Lady of the Lake
Personal Horoscope Consultations

Sign of the Month: Capricorn

Maya's Sun Sign Archives

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