Gods and Goddesses

Gods and Goddesses have been written about throughout time.  They are from various cultures, backgrounds, and time periods. Traditionally, the more well-known Gods and Goddesses are from the Egyptian, Greek, and Roman cultures.  Many of their names have been changed as other cultures became aware of them.  For example, the Greek God Zeus is also known as Jupiter in Roman mythology.

In television shows such as “Ancient Aliens” on The History Channel, we have been shown drawings on scrolls and paintings in caves, that depicted various deities as Gods or Star Beings from as early as 5,000 B.C.

In my experience in connecting with Gods and Goddesses, every encounter has always been a reminder of my divinity.   While they may certainly encourage ritual to help us connect with our roots, they do not wish to be worshipped.

When you are connecting with any Spirit, always use discernment.  Be sure they embody and share messages of love.  When in doubt, always see how you feel when you connect and consult with your regular Guidance Squad. 

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The Egyptian God, Anubis, is depicted to be a man with the head of a jackal.  In Egyptian tradition, he was the God of the Underworld, who helped souls transition to the afterlife.  When I connected with Anubis’ energy, I found him to carry the same energy as Archangel Azrael, who also assists spirits in crossing over.  Anubis, like Azrael, also aids in transformation or rebirth.  In my judgment, they are one in the same.

There are many stories about what Gods and Goddesses did while they were on Earth.  As my dear friend Garrett Jackson says, “tradition and stories can be very different from the truth.”  Above all, stories about the Gods and Goddesses help us recognize archetypes within ourselves and the human collective.