Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Mary Magdalene

"Spread out the oil... If you like it you can slide it up. Love the day when we will never stop. You.You make a grown man cry. You. You make a dead man come." ROLLING STONES


  1. Ditto! Now SHE has movement!
    Amazingly cool and beautiful!
    You Rock Beauty! :)

  2. Hey check this out;
    "See me now in physical embodiment.
    See me now in this black skin.
    Always see me in all of my daughters;
    I am the whore and the virgin;
    I am the midwife and she who gives birth;
    I am the daughter and the mother;
    I am your barren sister;
    I am the mother of your father and the daughter of your brother;
    I am the Queen upon her throne and the beggar woman on her stool.
    I am in every woman and have given birth to every man.
    I am the one who gives life and is life: I am the Feminine Power.
    I am Miriam.

    Tereses Nielsen
    (pretty sure she wrote it ;))

  3. Thank you, Margo! Thanks for saying so. :)

    Nice! Thank you, Anon!
    Mmhmm- Mary's banished side definitely has some catching up to do in the collective conscious what what!

  4. Ahhhhh...Right On, right on ;)

  5. ...on second thought, look forward to your expounding on your insights and inspiration here? :D

  6. this is righteous! miss you!

  7. Right on, Anon! We've got room to grow- that's what I think about that! So much more to us than we know.

    Jackie!!!! What's goin' on, Snazmataz? We've been gazing upon ye these last few days- finishing up the edits from the show! Arin made a beautiful meditation with you and your jewel mine. Come visit! :)

  8. I could light the night up with my soul on fire
    I could make the Sun shine from pure desire
    Let me feel that love come over me,
    Let me feel how strong it could be...
    Is it getting hot in here or is it just me?
    Is that the the scent of the flowering cannonball tree?
    Refesh me with apples and raisins for I am faint with love...

  9. ...now my eyes are dilated and my lips are green! ;D

  10. Gorgeous! I love thinking of Jesus as the three fishes or the emptiness at the center of the mandala.