TRIPLE GODDESS

Known to many as the Goddess of Battle, she has been a deity since the beginning. There are many representations of a Triple Goddess as symbols and statues. In the beginning, She was said to have lived as three humans sharing one Soul. Some call Her, the Divine Feminine. She was the basis of one of this world’s major religions.

That religion now worships a male deity, but the original religion moved North with the Celtic peoples. They left North Africa to colonise Europe. The Triple Goddess was later called by them, the Morrigan. The Triple Moon and Triple Spiral symbols represent phases of life. These are called, the Maiden, the Mother, and the Crone.

The Maiden is the Waxing Crescent Moon. A time of growth and fresh potential. This is a time of exploration, self-confidence, fighting skills, and creativity. The Maiden can invoke the Power of Enchantment on one whom they want as a partner in life. It is a phase where experience and exploration can bring excitement and learning.

The Mother is the Full Moon. A time of abundance, but also of responsibility. A time of adulthood and prime physical condition. This is the most powerful phase of life. A time where one may invoke the Power of Passion. This can be positive or negative. A phase where one puts their Willpower into the world to ensure a future for the species.

The Crone is the Waning Crescent. A time of winding down, the Crone’s abilities are in wisdom and guidance. This is the second most powerful phase of life, but it is the phase where one is most feared. Where one can invoke the Power of the Goddess to enhance their magical abilities. This can be prophecy, healing and influences.

From the beginning, people were well aware that only Action matters in the Material Plane. There are those who talk of Ascension and yet their vibration has decreased due to their Inaction. One can ignore the negative if they want, but subconscious fear does not bring Ascension. Negativity increases unless Action is taken to remove it.

MORE INFORMATION:

In past times, there were thirteen months on the Ancient Calendar, not twelve. They had thirteen Full Moons per year. Moon means Month. The phases of the Triple Goddess were counted in months. The Moons were counted from Winter Solstice to Winter Solstice.

The Phases of the Triple Goddess over the year varied depending on when a person was born. The Triple Goddess’ symbology is the Journey of Life. This is a personal journey and not a representation to general populations.

EXAMPLE:

If one is born on the 1st of May, the next four Full Moons from their birthday this year is their Maiden Season. These Moons are on the 7th may, 5th June, 5th July, and August 3rd. One begins to raise energy from the Natural world around them.

The Mother Season starts from the Full Moon on the September 2nd, then October 1st, then October 31st. This Opposite Moon from the Birth Date is where one is at their peak for the year. Their highest energy. Then comes the next two Moons on November 30th and December 30th.

The Crone Season begins next year (by modern standards) with the Full moons on January 28th, February 27th, March 28th, and April 27th. Then the cycle starts again. During this phase, one may feel that they have much less energy than at the other times of the year.

For the person born in May 1st, their peak ebb would be around February, before energy begins increasing to their birthday. In Maternity, the child would be more energetic in the period leading up to giving birth, but would conserve energy through the critical phase of development. This is reflected here in how energy levels ebb and flow over the year.

This also corresponds to males. They will have the same energy differentials over the year. One must remember that in past times there was no Patriarchy. Woman were not manipulated into what type of men to bear their children, as in modern times. There was no eugenics, just the simple decision of what type of human behaviours one wanted to bring into the future of the species.

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