THE ROLLING WORLD -
THE WAXING, FULL & WANING MOON - Represents the three phases of the Divine Feminine:-
MAIDEN, MOTHER, MADAME
An original and traditional British Isles & Celtic folk song celebrating Spring and Midsummer. This song reminds us of our
connection with the Earth, and our transformations within the cycles of the seasons. This recording is filled with joyful
lyrics of celebration and playful love.
THE ROLLING WORLD
by Ruth Barrett & Cyntia Smith
The Mother gives birth on night's longest hour,
With the frost aglow on the green.
The Child of Light is reborn as the sun
To renew us on our journey unseen.
All life in the earth begins to unfold
As the waxing light is seen.
Each seedling will sprout into its own self
To inspire us to be truly free.
And like the rolling world
The Wheel of Life is a-turning
We weave the circle dance
Upon this rolling world of learning.
The Maiden returns in blossoms so new
To embrace her Mother in mirth.
And like children we play in the sweetness of day
And rejoice in Life's return to the earth.
The maypole is crowned with ribbons so bright
As lovers meet in desire.
Thru woodlands and meadows we laugh in the sun
And the Dance of Life grows wild in the fire.
The oak branch is placed in the bonfire's blaze
Their embrace dissolves into one.
Light triumphs this day, yet begins its decay
As the wheel turns we spin ever on.
The corn and the grain gleam ripe in the field
We have labored long in the soil
Now we wait as our days fade into night
Will we be rewarded well for our toil?
The harvest of plenty, we give thanks with joy
As leaves are blown from the trees
We gather to share in wonderment there
Of the Circle of Rebirth in the seed.
The Old Woman, she sits in front of the hearth,
She is wise and bids us come near
We may pass in between what is seen and unseen
For the veil of Death is nothing to fear.
Much love to you all
Menopause Doesn't Bother Me
February 28, 2012, 10:10 pm
Menopause is a necessary change in a womans life, it's nature's natural contraception. It's a time when a woman comes into her greateest power and wisdom. It frees her up from conception and signifies that it her 'time' to be herself and be there for herself.
Much love to you darling sis
LOL Yes Crone Is The Right Word
February 28, 2012, 10:06 pm
Some women object to using that term, as they envisage some old hag on a broomstick, that lives in a ginger bread house and eats children for dinner lol. So I thought Madame was probably a bit more PC.
Yes - it's Maiden, Mother, Crone
Much love to you dear sis,
February 28, 2012, 9:00 pm
love this but i think it would be good to de-program as period -menopause and aging is .It is better to progress to crystalline to stop period there is no need to bleed not really eggs can be release upon desire in crystalline biology for conception only otherwise i think is loss of energie. Once this transformation takes place -menopause is canceled out. Love Leila
February 28, 2012, 8:45 pm
Madame? I've always heard Crone. Actually I've gotten kinda used to the crone
identity. Of course being a little madame could be fun I spose...but I think I'm
more croneish that madameish actually.
lovely share, thanks.