Recently there have been some comments on my old post “Why Isis?” I think these might of interest to a few so I thought that I would reblog the post.
While I began worshipping the Goddess in the late 1980’s, Isis became the center of my devotion and worship only after the turn of the century. It was after a decade of exploring the classical goddesses of the ancient world, the Hindu Goddesses, the esoteric Sophia tradition of Christianity, the Shekinah tradition of the Kabbalah in fact all the traditions of the goddess of which I was aware that my attention and prayers increasingly centered on Isis.
Why Isis as opposed to some other goddess? Why Isis as opposed to Sophia, the Shekinah or some other form of the feminine divine in the Western monotheistic religions. My movement toward Isis worship was based on a group of theological, historical, and spiritual experiential variables. Let me start with the theological. I am not a polytheist. I believe that there is a unified spiritual origin of all reality called God, Goddess, Tao…
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