''The elf-queene, with hir joly compaignie, Daunced ful ofte in many a grene mede.” Geoffrey Chaucer "The Wife of Bath’s Tale"


To combat winter blues, I'm doing some decorative projects around the cottage, that have been on the 'back burner' awhile.  Changing/ upgrading home decor is a spiritual contribution in it's own right. According to Edgar Cayce, those trained at the Temple Beautiful in decorative arts healed and raised vibrations equal to music, dance etc. If this inspires remembrance,  check out Edgar Cayce readings on Temple Beautiful. . . who knew?

Decor and Visual Arts

3348-1 11/4/43

The entity ...was active in preparing the interior decorations for the halls [in the Temple Beautiful]. Those were applied in such manners as to lend to the activities a contributing factor to the intents of the individuals as they prepared themselves for varied offices, both in political and social, both economic and religious, and all the forms of activity.
428-4 2/20/31

...among those who decorated the walls, the altars, the seats of those who ruled, the seats of those who ministered to the spiritual needs, the mental welfare of the peoples in the land [and] brought to many an understanding of how those things of the eye...influence and affect the bodies of those who look upon those things that influence the lives ...in the decorative arts.
1597-1 5/27/38

When there began the activities in the Temple of Sacrifice and in the Temple Beautiful, the entity was...what would be called in the present a cartoonist, or an artiste, or one who drew those things that might build character, purposes, desires in the individual activities of individuals; as well as those things that presented manners for others to follow...


A dusting of  snow and a fire in the fireplace inspires heartfelt gratitude for Home Sweet Home. . . a reminder, "no matter how humble, there's no place like home".  The Cottage is a sanctuary for the spiritual discipline of a solitaire who lives a life of quiet retreat, working behind the scenes contributing to The Mission, expressing such gifts as the goddess bestowed.  


An inscription discovered at Ahkenaten's city: 
"Here is the place that belongs to no prince, to no god. Nobody owns it. This is everybody's place. The earth will find joy in it. Hearts will be happy in it."