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MARCH 2008

White Shell Woman

MaryMary is most closely allied to the Middle Eastern moon goddesses; like them, she is a creator goddess. Associated with both the heavens and the sea or other waters, she is worshiped by Catholics as the Moon of the Church and as"Stella Maris," the Star of the Sea.

The moment of the annunciation is when she confronts the truth of her own great creativity, symbolized by Gabriel, the angel of truth, made from fire. This is the moment at which she accepts the imperative to create, the need to bring forth life from the very center of her being. Mary is the goddess as womb, as source of all life and of regeneration. She is the mother of mercy and infinite compassion, the one we turn to in times of need. She is a reminder that compassion toward oneself fosters creativity; she reminds us to be gentle with ourselves.

Susan Eleanor Boulet Trust. Text by Michael Babcock.
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March 2008
Table of Contents
March 2008 Daykeeper Home
Jessica Murray: Saturn, the Reality Show 3
Alex Miller-Mignone: Michael Mukasey
Crystal: Seed Moon Easter Egg Ceremony
Alex Miller-Mignone: 2008 Primaries Mid-Season Update
Boots Hart: Pluto in Capricorn 9
Daily Success Guide
March 1-31
Boots Hart: March Astrological Overview
The Maya Archives
Astrologer's Bookshelf: Alive and Well with Pluto
Books Reviewed: Portable Magic
Out of the Fire Part 5
Goddess of the Month: Mary
Personal Horoscope Consultations

Sign of the Month: Pisces

Maya's Sun Sign Archives

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