I had a dream last night, Isis, The Egyption goddess flew over Tahrir Squre in Cairo – She was weeping and keep shouting, Can’t you see me, Can’t you see me!
Then this ferocious wind began to howl & blow and thousands of people were lifted into the night sky and were flying with Isis! Her wings encompassed everyone! She said follow me; they flew down this shimmering hole into the ocean through these enormous golden temple doors. Then everyone lined up and walked into this long dark tunnel. Her voice echoing, she was singing – My children have come home, my children have come home!
Might it be time for the desert monothesitc gods to put their weapons down and to turn to the Goddess, ask for her forgivness and allow the wise women to lead the way, I am weary of war, of death, of destruction – May the winds of change be gentle to all of us, lift us off our feet and bring us back to the healing waters of the Great Mother! Blessings, Reda
Isis is one of the only winged deities in Egyptian myth. She is sometimes representative of the wind, as in the legend of Osiris. One version of the legend tells of Isis using her wings to fill Osiris’ mouth and nose with air. For those people who recognize Isis as a force at work in their life; the wind takes on a magical face. The simple act of walking outside on a windy day brings about a refreshing of the soul.
Isis is viewed as the protector and patron of women. Isis guided women in childbirth, marriage, and in the loss of loved ones. She has the qualities that endear her to women of all ages. Isis is full of compassion, tenderness, love and devotion. Isis is the Great Mother Goddess.
As a divine healer, Isis shared the secrets of healing and preparation of medical potions to her priestesses. Isis is also credited for bringing us the secrets of law and agriculture. If you ask anyone that esteems Isis to the role of goddess in this present age; you will surely hear them proclaim that Isis holds life in here hands. Isis, with her ability to breathe life into something once dead, is worshipped today as she has for centuries.
There are ways to bring the goddess Isis into everyday life. Her colors are white, gold, and cobalt blue. Many view these as the colors of royalty and comfort. The gems and stones equated with Isis are pearl, coral, lapis, geodes, and moonstone. Wearing jewelry with these stones embedded is just one way to bring the goddess near. Fragrances of the goddess are myrrh, rose, iris, and eucalyptus. Candles and essential oils are useful in bringing the fragrance of Isis into the home.
Isis is the Mistress of all elements, and she is a powerful wind that blows constant. Isis is the ‘Goddess of Countless Names,’ and she will continue to make her presence known.