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SeleneSelene, Queen of the Starlit Heavens, is the ancient Greek goddess of the moon. She carries the moon across the sky in a white chariot driven by winged horses or bulls. She is the totality of the moon, with its waxing into fullness and waning into darkness. Selene fell in love with a mortal, Endymion. When she descended to the earth to join Endymion, he fell into a deep sleep from which he never awoke. Selene continued to visit him nightly.

In later Greek mythology Selene represented the full moon, while Artemis represented the crescent or waxing moon and Hecate the waning and dark moon; hence Selene is Phoebe, meaning "bright, shining." She is traditionally represented with the crescent moon as a diadem. Selene represents the fullness of life, incorporating all phases of light and darkness in her shining.

Susan Eleanor Boulet Trust. Text by Michael Babcock.
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February 2009
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February 2009 Daykeeper Home
Paths to Victory: Crystal's 2009 Predictions
America in Transition: Things Start Breaking Down
Obama's Oath:
An Omen in Time
Alex Miller's Galactic Profile: The Minnesota Senate Race
Crystal: Empower Innovation and Innovators
Alex Miller:
You Ain't Seen Nuthin' Yet
Daily Success Guide
February 1-28
Boots Hart: February
Astrological Overview
Monetary Metaphysics: The Recessionary Reserve
The Maya Archives
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