Days of the Lioness

The season of the big cat is upon us as Leo takes center stage in the skies, we enter

time of the Lioness.

The New Moon on July 28 also makes her appearance in Leo.

We shall be explore our archetypal Lioness energies from several perspective.

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Also this summer season, the portal magic of the Lion’s Gate graces us in August.

Who is the goddess of Sirius?

Sopdet is the ancient Egyptian name of the star Sirius and its personification as an Egyptian goddess. Known to the Greeks as Sothis, she was conflated with Isis as a goddess and Anubis as a god.”

Featured snippets from the web

Isis Sirius

The ancient Egyptians had a very special relationship with the star Sirius. Sirius (Sopdet) was the heavenly representation of Isis, who in the Egyptian pantheon was the daughter of Re and the sister and wife of the god Osiris. Osiris in turn was associated principally with the stars of Orion’s belt.

Sirius: The brightest star in Earth’s night sky

By Elizabeth Howell Ailsa Harvey published January 27, 2022

Excerpt from article

” The star is present in ancient astronomical records of the Greeks, Polynesians and several other cultures. The Egyptians even went so far as to base their calendar on when Sirius was first visible in the eastern sky, shortly before sunrise. According to Joe Rao of, the Egyptians called Sirius the “Nile Star,” because it always returned just before the river rose and so announced the coming of the floodwaters that would nourish their lands.”

Ancient Lion Goddess, Sekmet

Sekhmet, also spelled Sakhmet, in Egyptian religion, a goddess of war and the destroyer of the enemies of the sun god Ra. Sekhmet was associated both with disease and with healing and medicine.

Blue Lioness Louvre Museum

Our creativity circle of New Moon Magic Cosmic Smashbook™ Oracle in blended practice with Creative Depth Process and Intentional Creativity will continue to explore the emergent Divine Feminine and re-imagining of the patriarchy thru the lens of creative process, conversation and transformative vision.

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