Ariel Spilsbury is the Beloved founder of the 13 Moon Priest/ess Lineage and Mystery School, of which Priestess Presence Temple is a part. She is the amazing being who trained me, so I could become ordained as a priestess in this lineage.
We are so blessed to have such an important and beautiful being accessible to us, and encourage to you spend some time feeling into Ariel, and all of the beautiful offerings she has created for you. Her entire life is deeply dedicated to the work of the Goddess and supporting us to remember we are love, embodied.
Today I would love to share with you Ariel's 13 Moon Oracle In Depth Course. This is a deep dive with Ariel as she narrates videos on each of the 39 archetypal cards in the deck, one archetype at a time.
This is a very user-friendly way to receive the most value from working with the 13 Moon Oracle deck. This is an offering to re-tune your brain into being able to process information in these more feminine ways, just by playing with the oracle deck! This course consists of 13 videos where, archetype-by-archetype, you can dive deeply into each of the thirty nine 13 Moon oracle cards.
I invite you to learn more about Ariel, my true fairy godmother, and her 13 Moon Oracle In Depth Course through the link in our BIO.
What if all that you had to worry about was one day at a time Doesn’t that sound lovely If you could trust that cultivating each brick one by one would manifest the sturdiest, most magnificent house you could’ve imagined.. so each brick could have your full attention to making it beautiful, and crafting it out of the energy of the things that fulfill you. Inch by inch, how can I show up for myself, right now, in this moment.. it might be risky, but I’m trying it out.
my inner voice went silent, you killed it, shit..../ how could you stare me down in my demise, knowing you caused it 🆕
The Egyptians considered the equilateral triangle as the most perfect of figures, and a representative of the great principle of animated existence, each of its sides referring to one of the three departments of creation—the animal, the vegetable, and the mineral.
The symbol of universal nature among the Egyptians was the right-angled triangle, of which the perpendicular side represented Osiris, or the male principle; the base, Isis, or the female principle; and the hypotenuse, their offspring, Horus, or the world emanating from the union of both principles.
All this, of course, is nothing more nor less than the phallus and cteis, or lingam and yoni, under a different form.
The symbol of the right-angled triangle was afterwards adopted by Pythagoras when he visited the banks of the Nile; and the discovery which he is said to have made in relation to the properties of this figure, but which he really learned from the Egyptian priests, is commemorated in Masonry by the introduction of the 47th problem of Euclid's First Book among the symbols of the third degree. Here the same mystical application is supplied as in the Egyptian figure, namely, that the union of the male and female, or active and passive principles of nature, has produced the world. For the geometrical proposition being that the squares of the perpendicular and base are equal to the square of the hypotenuse, they may be said to produce it in the same way as Osiris and Isis are equal to, or produce, the world.
Thus the perpendicular—Osiris, or the active, male principle—being represented by a line whose measurement is 3; and the base—Isis, or the passive, female principle—by a line whose measurement is 4; then their union, or the addition of the squares of these numbers, will produce a square whose root will be the hypotenuse, or a line whose measurement must be 5. For the square of 3 is 9, and the square of 4 is 16, and the square of 5 is 25; but 9 added to 16 is equal to 25;