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Lamp of the Goddess epub ebook

by Rae Beth

Lamp of the Goddess epub ebook

Author: Rae Beth
Category: New Age & Spirituality
Language: English
Publisher: Robert Hale (February 1, 2001)
Pages: 160 pages
ISBN: 0709068840
ISBN13: 978-0709068846
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 291
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Rae Beth feels the world can change by sharing our personal spiritua.

Rae Beth feels the world can change by sharing our personal spiritua. She has gone within herself for this book of recollections, inner guidance and ancient teachings (which was originally published as Reincarnation and the Dark Goddess). She explains individual reincarnation as a microcosm of Earth's great cycles of existence and as a means of developing the love and wisdom needed to manifest the true beauty of the spirit realm. Lamp of the Goddess looks at reincarnation from the viewpoint of a present-day priestess who honours the Deep Feminine, or the Goddess, as Mother of Souls, as well as the Earth Mother of physical existence.

At the dawn of a new era we are drawn to modern Goddess spirituality. Rae Beth feels the world can change by sharing our personal spiritual experiences with each other.

Rae Beth also includes thoughtful interpretations of various myths of the Goddess in her many aspects - Isis, Kali .

Rae Beth also includes thoughtful interpretations of various myths of the Goddess in her many aspects - Isis, Kali, Mary Magdalene, Persephone and Tiamat - to name but a few. "Lamp of the Goddess" looks at reincarnation from the viewpoint of a present-day priestess who honours the Deep Feminine, or the Goddess, as Mother of Souls, as well as the Earth Mother of physical existence. This sharing vision is relevant to us all, in our process of discovery and rebirth. See all Product description.

She has gone within herself for this book of recollections, inner guidance and ancient teachings (which was originally published as Reincarnation and the Dark Goddess)

At the dawn of a new era we are drawn to modern Goddess spirituality  .

Rae Beth feels the world can change by sharing our personal spiritual experiences with each other. At the dawn of a new era we are drawn to modern Goddess spirituality. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

Rae Beth has written what seems to me the most accurate and well-thought out explanations of varying dark goddesses that I've seen. I loved reading about her past life experiences. This book is purely fascinating. This book is awesome. It's beautifully written, and has information on goddesses from many traditions. This book, unlike some other goddess-oriented books, really did balance the feminine and masculine elements and honor them equally, she dosen't place the goddess over the god. I found the section on her visions and pastlife memories very interesting. And there are some really great rituals in here too.

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lives and teachings of a priestess. Includes bibliographical references (p. 159-160). Originally published: Reincarnation and the dark goddess. London : Robert Hale, c1994.

Lamp of the Goddess looks at reincarnation from the viewpoint of a present-day priestess who honors the Deep Feminine, or the Goddess, as Mother of Souls, as well as the Earth Mother of physical existence. Rae Beth has gone within herself for this book of recollections, inner guidance, and ancient teachings, explaining individual reincarnation as a microcosm of Earth's great cycles of existence. Along with instructions for recalling past lives and developing psychic skills, she gives descriptions of the Otherworld as the land of the Dark Goddess—not a fearful place, but a joyful spirit land where healing flows.
Reviews (7)
Virtual
This is much better than most books of this category. She has had visionary experiences and remembrance of an Atlantean past life. This book goes far in gaining understanding of a controversial topic.

Alianyau
After reading Beth's other book, which was excellent, and a reccomendation from a Wiccan pen pal, I started this book with high expectations. However, I was soon disappointed. While Beth does a good job of explaining the role and necessity of the Dark Goddess (Crone) and relates various goddesses to Her, I found some of these comparisons to be questionable. Also, this book is unfocused, trying to be about the Crone, reincarnation and Atlantis in the same volume with little logical connection. The dissertations of Atlantis were mostly boring and seemed to go on and on. Her past life memories were interesting and entertaining at times, but could have been better connected to the theme of the book. I disagree with her assertion that we repeat the same life purpose and gender in our incarnations. If we don't have different experiences, how can we learn and grow? Overall, this book was a disappointment and I would not recommend it.

Kikora
This book is awesome. It's beautifully written, and has information on goddesses from many traditions. This book, unlike some other goddess-oriented books, really did balance the feminine and masculine elements and honor them equally, she dosen't place the goddess over the god. I found the section on her visions and pastlife memories very interesting. And there are some really great rituals in here too. I highly reccomend this book!

Winotterin
This is a hauntingly beautiful book. I came to witchcraft through Rae's first book, Hedge Witch, and waited a long time before buying her second. I admit this took me far longer to get into, and indeed I cannot go along with everything she says. I like my religion practical, and she endorses ideas I have little truck with, such as Atlantis. But this is a humble, generous, mystical book, exquisitely written and full of insight. I respect her enough to be able to put my prejudices aside. Unlike the vast majority of pagan writing these days, this book is, in my opinion, genuinely profound. Many paragraphs are prose-poems of astonishing beauty. I recommend it highly as a companion to Hedge Witch, and as a thought-provoking volume in its own right.

Siratius
This book has some beautiful prayers and invocations. However, to get to them you have to have patience because it's filled with incredibly long run-on sentences, there is not much rythme or reason to the layout of the chapters and sometimes it's hard to follow the authors line of thinking.

caster
the begginning of this book was pretty boring but it did get better as i got more and more into it. i enjoyed all the differnet info on the goddesses, and the past life exercises.

Bralore
I would never have even glanced at this book of my own volition, however it was sent to me as a gift by an acquaintance I can only describe as hopelessly fanciful, impressionable, and utterly lacking in discrimination. I must use strong language and emphatically condemn this author for penning a book that is sheer fantasy, utterly unsupported by any kind of scholarly research of any value whatsoever, and attempting to pass it off as some sort of spiritually illuminated work. Frankly it is precisely this kind of book that attracts delusional individuals to occultism - seeding them with absurd notions. Occult studies should be approached sensibly, with a solid grounding in other areas of both psychological and natural science, and with the same sort of rational, questioning approach required in the pursuit of any other area of science or the humanities. Authors like this do a great deal of damage by encouraging inflated and absurd notions in people who are already far too unrealistic in their perspectives. This book is of absolutely no use to the beginner, as it can only lead them astray; and the advanced student would find it a laughable waste of their valuable reading time. In short, this book is of no practical help or use to anyone. There are many useful books on occultism. This is definitely not one of them. Looks like Samuel Weiser will print any sort of garbage these days. A shame, they were once a genuinely reputable publisher of intelligent books on the subject.

Rae Beth has written what seems to me the most accurate and well-thought out explanations of varying dark goddesses that I've seen. I loved reading about her past life experiences. This book is purely fascinating.

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