Seven Sisters ~

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Invoke mystery and myth with this New Moon !

The Pleiades hold cross cultural mythological significance, also capturing contemporary spiritual imagination.

Under the gaze of our star filled skies, after the fullness of this month’s glowing Pink Moon, the dark of the New Moon is becoming, and she is becoming new in Taurus, the sign of the Bull.

This Saturday, April 30th, 2:00 pm MST via Zoom, you’re invited to join a creative circle full of inquiry and art making in the blended practice of Creative Depth & Cosmic Smashbooking™

New Moon Magic with the Seven Sisters sign up

Relax into your imagination to create their symbolic meaning for you.

Below are links to more stories…

We shall dip into the weave of sisterhood while touching upon mythic lore.

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By The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica •

Pleiades, in Greek mythology, the seven daughters of the Titan Atlas and the Oceanid Pleione: Maia, Electra, Taygete, Celaeno, Alcyone, Sterope, and Merope. They all had children by gods (except Merope, who married Sisyphus).

The Pleiades eventually formed a constellation. One myth recounts that they all killed themselves out of grief over the death of their sisters, the Hyades. Another explains that after seven years of being pursued by Orion, a Boeotian giant, they were turned into stars by Zeus. Orion became a constellation, too, and continued to pursue the sisters across the sky. The faintest star of the Pleiades was thought to be either Merope, who was ashamed of loving a mortal, or Electra, grieving for Troy, the city of Dardanus, her son with Zeus.

Saturday, April 30th, 2:00 pm MST via Zoom Sign Up

Creative Circle is led by Artist, Creative Depth Coach, Certified Cosmic Smash Book™ Guide ; Intentional Creativity Teacher,

Kendall Sarah Scott

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