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GODDESS OF THE MONTH
JULY 2008


Changing Woman

Changing WomanChanging Woman is perhaps the most revered of deities among the Native Americans of the southwestern United States.

She is wholly a benevolent figure, for it is Changing Woman who gives the people their abundance and who provides the teachings that allow them to live in harmony with all things. In the initiation ceremony of Navajo women, the initiate takes in the power of Changing Woman so that she might learn the values of love, hospitality and generosity and know that she herself is a source of food and harmony.

Changing Woman received her name because she can change at will from a baby to a girl to a young woman to an old woman and then back again. Very much alive today, she is a tremendously nourishing goddess who teaches the wisdom of nature and the cycles of birth and death.





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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July 2008
Table of Contents
July Daykeeper Home
Terry Lamb: The Quincunxes of Summer
Alex Miller-Mignone:
Black Hole Obama
Crystal: Nurture the Miracle Worker Within
Alex Miller-Mignone: Pastor Problems—The Revenge of Pluto in Sagittarius
Boots Hart: The Age of Aquarius 1
Daily Success Guide
July 1-31
Boots Hart: July
Astrological Overview
The Maya Archives
Goddess of the Month: Changing Woman
Reviews: Mantak Chia's Inner Smile
Out of the Fire, Part 6
Personal Horoscope Consultations

Sign of the Month:Cancer


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