"Yes your magical name has to resonate with your beliefs and can take some time before you find it.
I come from an Arthurian tradition in beliefs, and Merlin always reminded me of Daedalus the Minoan architect of the Labyrinth. I noticed that in…"
"Still no evidence of any Matriarchal societies, which is the topic of this discussion as they're prehistoric, and only subject to conjecture. Hard to imagine any kind of society of ultra violent women that could dominate and control men…"
"The Idaeans, and their society were believed to be Matriarchal in nature, a Goddess centred society. I don't believe this to be true in the sense of the word, I think their society was very different, and not quite Egalitarian, and more of a…"
"Sorry for your loss. This is a difficult and not easy to deal with except with time. You shouldn't feel like your body has failed you, it's not uncommon for a woman having a baby for the first time for this to happen, as it means there was…"
"It’s this idea from the movies that has got it very wrong, we won't be sending 6 or 7 people to mars, for such a project, there will have to be a reason other than just exploration (which wiil be industrial) or we could continue with…"
"Interesting. The garden of Hespeides had a dragon in a tree to guard the goldern apples of immortality, as well as the huluppu tree of Inana having a snake in the tree. A very ancient mythos you seem very connected to."
I'm a Modern Minoan Pagan, and I will sometimes use Idaean which I feel is closer to the name the Minoans would have used - I discovered the start of my path when I was drawn in my late teens in the mid eighties to Glastonbury, Somerset, UK, to research why the Minoan Labyrinth is on the Tor, and what the Labyrinth means. I also learned the true names of Mabon ap Modron, and what their connection is to the Labyrinth on the tor. I have since published my conclusions on my website in 2013, and added a number of new insights on some of the big questions in Minoan spirituality.