Witchcraft Introductory Study Course
Open Letter | What is Welsh Faerie Witchcraft | Thirteen Treasures Correspondence Course | Questionnaire
Registration Form | Introduction to Paganism | Who Are Pagans? | Pagans -- Children of the Earth
Welsh and Celtic Mythology | Legends of the Old Religion | Legend of the Lady | Legend of the Horned God | Legend of Lillith
Maya | The Goddess | The Horned God | The Welsh Family of Gods | The Many Other Names of the Goddess
The Great God Pan | Names of the God | Welsh Faerie Quarters | The Four Basic Tools | The Picts | Catal Huyuk | Lesson 1 Exam
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The Goddess symbolizes the mystery of three, the cycle of life, death and rebirth, playing out one's karmic role ever walking toward the Gate of Inspiration, and once there, to pass through to await rebirth on the physical plane and start over. We all know this cycle.
But are there any deeper, personal teachings the Cymry hold as the secrets of our tradition? Yes. To become one with the family of the Cymry means to become one with the knowledge handed down during the generations of seekers and teachers; the mysteries given by the Goddess and God in our rituals, celebrations and individual lives.
The image of the Goddess inspires women to see themselves in a very different light. As Daughters of the Goddess, they are divine, their bodies are sacred, and the changing phases of their lives are holy. Their aggression is healthy, and their anger can be purifying. Their power to create and nurture as well as their ability to limit and to destroy, when necessary, is seen as the very force that sustains all life. Through the Goddess, women can discover their own strength, enlighten their minds, own their bodies and celebrate their emotions. They can move beyond narrow constricting roles and become whole people. For women, the Goddess is the symbol of the inmost self and the beneficent, nurturing, liberating power within all women.
The Goddess is woman and man in all their infinite splendor. She is the passion that flows between lovers and all acts of loving pleasure are her rituals. Women and men are equal in her sight. She teaches love of each other regardless of color, ability, age, shape, size or type. The Goddess is Magick, the subtle forces of planets, moons and stars, and the power of our own internal thoughts and feelings. She is our ability to call forth that which we have need of (once in the month, and better it be when the moon is full), and to banish that which we have achieved. It is in praise of the Goddess that we come together and join with the forces within to further peace and nurture the Earth.
The Goddess is also the dance of the seasons in the cycle of the mysteries. She is the maiden flowering in the spring, the woman bleeding, the mother giving birth, the lover loving, the grandmother growing wise, the crone dying, and the spirit child being reborn. Each stage of her is sacred, beautiful and necessary to the whole. Although the Goddess is known by many names during the aeons of mankind, the Cymry frequently call the Triple Goddess by the names of Arianrhod for the maiden, Rhiannon for the mother, and Cerridwen for the crone.