The Watery Soulful Flight of Siren and Mermaid People

By Phoenix the Elder and contributions – Throughout the long journey of written and image arts mythology, the mermaid and siren have gotten confused sometimes and mixed up with each other and have often criss-crossed through times and eras. There is a reason for this when it comes to women’s history and its recording… bascially […]

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Goddess of the Sea: Roman Salacia & Greek Amphitrite

By Phoenix of Elder Mountain – I love the goddesses of the springs, creeks, rivers, the sea and the ocean. There is just something so primal in the root of these goddesses before written languages appeared. In ancient Roman and Greek mythology, one such goddess was Salacia (asteroid #120347) and Amphitrite (asteroid #29), her Greek […]

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Stingray Totem

By Phoenix of Elder Mountain –  As a dreamer (shaman, no drugs, no plants), I only teach about Totems that I have had long-term relationships with, being taught by them from an in-depth relationship of experiences that have proved their messages correct. Then there are those totems who appear on my path when a “new […]

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Thunderstorms in the Twilight – Pleiades, the Sisters of Plenty

By Phoenix of Elder Mountain – The Seven Sisters who science called the Pleiades, sit in a cluster inside the belly of Taurus the Bull, one of the four  cardinal points. They are associated with the Bull cultures like the Hindus and the Minoans. The Bull is feminine and so are her cultures, its symbolic […]

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Animism and the Sea Folk

By Phoenix of Elder Mountain – In Irish and Scottish mythology, Selkies (also spelled silkies, sylkies, selchies) or Selkie folk (Scots: selkie fowk) meaning “Seal Folk” are mythological beings capable of therianthropy, changing from seal to human form by shedding their skin. They are found in folktales and mythology originating from Orkney and Shetland. Well, I was blessed to meet a […]

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