The Web of Night Is Made of Stars
In the high desert of the American Southwest, Spider Woman is revered as the creator of the world and benefactor of her people. She creates through her thought, through her vision, through the powers of clarity and consciousness, through the powers of a universe that sings inside her.
She creates the stars by spinning a web, lacing it with the precious dew, and tossing it into the sky. She creates the stars to shine upon her people and guide them in the darkest night.
She arranges the constellations to show her people there is meaning in creation. A single star in the sky may appear a small thing, but be significant in its relation to another, through the patterns they make together, and in the feelings the expanse of a starry night evokes in one's heart.
You are a part of this network, of the luminous, radiant web that connects every living being. Feel your connections, to the ones you love and to your special places on the earth. See these connections shine with clear and flowing light, light that flows through you and fills you and spills over. Ellen Lorenzi-Prince is the creator of the “Dark Goddess Tarot”
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XVII THE STAR from Tarot de St. Croix
How often have we heard “Wish upon a star”? The Star offers you hope for your dreams to manifest. The secret is to believe it. In Egypt the rains arrive when Sirius shines in the night sky, bringing fertility to the land.
In this card, Nut – the Egyptian Sky Goddess brings rain to the Nile over her daughter Isis’ temple at Philae. The Star brings a time of renewal and inspiration with the outcome of success. This is the time to be recognized for your inner light and achievements; shine brightly.
Tarot de St. Croix is created by Lisa de St. Croix—you can see more of her art and purchase her deck at this website.
Hindu Goddess of the End of Time
All the world changes.
Kali is the Hindu destroyer of worlds and the goddess of cemeteries. She is Black Mother Time. . .