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


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."
If you're of a certain age, we tend to associate labels such as god/goddess with religion, perhaps rightly so?  In fact, according to Zachariah Sitchen, the  creator gods demanded it.  Today, thanks to the TV shows such as  Ancient Aliens etc and many websites, even the masses are informed the miracles were technology -  science not religious.  Although I still use terms such as prayer, sacred, holy ground,I know it's technology. . . still, when we tune/dial/call-in a certain frequency such as healing, abundance etc isn't that very akin to what we call prayer?
  Aren't sacred locations areas sanctified by particles charged over time to reflect/emit healing/well-being vibrations?  When we sense/feel grateful to the Earth and it's life giving bounty, aren't we acknowledging Gaia, the earth goddess?  When we experience compassion and forgiveness, aren't we experiencing the Christ Consciousness of the great Master? While we may use these labels, let's apply our Awakened Will and ordain/endow our life, our land with Ahkenaten's blessing  found at Tel El Amarna:

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