The 'Creator', the 'Almighty', ['Mass']. These are all phrases from the annals of religion. Can I ask why it is that Almine now seems to be using these terms of phrase? They seem incongruent with Her teachings….
"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet", is a popular adage from William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet.
Last Sunday "Mass"
Of these words, 'mass' was actually a descriptor chosen by the team. In order to preserve the Original Ones nonprofit status (i.e. the corporate vehicle selected to serve you and our purpose best) we are legally required to host services for our spiritual community. Rather than go with an ambiguous or idiosyncratic term, that holds only meaning for our group, we picked a word that objectively conveys the intent of our global gatherings.
And the word does check all the boxes. It's a sacred moment in which the participants enter a profound communion with the divine, reinforcing the bonds of community, fostering a sense of belonging and mutual support. And, just like a church, we ask for contributions. (Although the 'contribution' in our context is understood to be an energetic influx to the cauldron, representing the value the alchemist expects to be receiving.)
Considering no one is using skewed epithets (such as, 'God the Father'), the real question becomes….
Maybe the ones that get triggered by the language need to look a little bit deeper?
The Way of the Goddess (Sunday, February 25, 2024)
Registration is now open. Episode two will feature similar components to the first event, but will deepen the function of the alchemical cauldron – comprised of Original Ones in communion – by utilizing the new Holy Waters protocol (coming soon and available separately) with which we will charge our water containers with the words of the Seer.