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The Divine Feminine has been Shipwrecked and Annual Holiday Bazaar

Holiday Bazaar

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In Her Name Circle Annual Holiday Bazaar.

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The Divine Feminine has been Ship-wrecked:

Mary Magdalene, Walt Disney and the Little Mermaid

Featuring Christy Michaels
Gospel of Mary Magdalene

Fee: $15 on-line, $20 at the door.

The Shipwreck of the Divine Feminine: Why did Walt Disney select a painting of Mary Magdalene as the “Treasure” found in the Little Mermaid?

You maybe surprised to discover why. In the first version of the movie, The Little Mermaid, Ariel with her red flowing hair (a Magdalene symbol) defies her patriarchal father who has forbidden her to find the “treasure” in the sunken ship. Buried in the deafening silence of the deep sea, Ariel raises up the “treasure” — the Georges de La Tour painting of Mary Magdalene.

• Why is Mary Magdalene the “treasure”?
• Why did Disney pick this particular painting out of all the renaissance paintings to choose from?

Walt Disney was trying to wake people up to know and understand that when the Pilgrim’s ships sailed over, the Goddess was shipwrecked. We are just now “discovering” her because of our collective growth in consciousness now has given us eyes to see—for those who choose to see. Her “discovery” however is key to our survival, if we can awaken in time.

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  • Joy R.

    I have done a lot of research on Mary Magdalene and still learned so much I didn't know from Christy Michaels at the December IHN Circle. I am going to put together a monthly class and have Christy come and teach us more about Mary Magdalene. There is so much to learn, It will probably start in late February 2014. Anyone else out there interested

    1 · December 16, 2013

  • Sue Ellen T.

    was so good to see all you wonderful Goddesses! Was very interesting too. It is amazing what one can see when one looks deeply (into a Disney movie!). The singing bowls were exquisite and healing. Happy happy holidays to all!
    Love and Blessed be,

    1 · December 16, 2013

  • Maurine K.

    What a TRANSFORMATIVE, inspiration and educational night! I thoroughly enjoyed every drop of last night!

    1 · December 13, 2013

  • aria

    It was an amazing meetup.

    1 · December 12, 2013

  • Catherine H.

    I treated myself to a reviewing of The Little Mermaid yesterday with the explicit intention of watching the scene of Ariel & Mary Magdalene. Indeed, I felt a pulse of energy throughout my body as I witnesses these two women "dancing" in sacred relationship. Looking forward to exploring this, further.

    November 11, 2013

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