Demeter: Goddess of grain, agriculture, harvest, growth, and nourishment.
“Follow the Sun and harvest only good fruits. Plant only good seeds if you want to harvest good fruits. Follow the Sun, the rays of the Sun and stay on the bright side of life. Don’t neglect the purity of your soul and if you want to pick up the good fruits of life, stay good and in faith.”
Poseidon: God of the sea, rivers, floods, and earthquakes.
“Shine the light from your soul so as to be able to see through the darkness, be the beacon! Be that beacon for yourself and the people around you. Always clear and full of light. If you don’t see with your eyes, make sure you see with your soul. Just be the sparkle!”
Hestia: Virgin goddess of the hearth, home, and chastity.
“Be the lamp of God, show the path to people who are lost. Be generous, give a hand to the people who are lost and guide them, as a lamp of God.”
Dionysus: God of wine, fruitfulness, parties, festivals, vegetation, ecstasy, and the theater.
“Be God’s nectar of life. Let people drink from your glass – a glass that is pure. Be the cure for them.”
Hades: King of the underworld and the dead. God of wealth.
“Respect your ancestors and the people who passed away. They gave you energy, genes and the sparkle of life came through them to you. Respect them with gratitude.”
Zeus: King of the gods, ruler of Mount Olympus, and god of the sky, weather, thunder, lightning, law, order, and justice.
“Be the light that is needed in the world. Shine, sparkle and enlighten!”
Artemis: Virgin goddess of the hunt, wilderness, animals and young girls.
“Learn to cherish the feminine side/principle in all of us.”
Apollo: God of music, arts, knowledge, healing, prophecy, poetry, manly beauty, and archery.
“Beauty lies within all of us. We need to find it, embrace it and not be afraid to show it. We are all beautiful in our own unique way. Beauty is not a conventional thing, beauty lies within the soul.”
Athena: Goddess of reason, wisdom, intelligence, skill, peace, warfare, battle strategy, and handicrafts.
“Peace lies within all of us. We should all simply dive into it, and all the battles will be ours, through the peace.”
Hermes: God of boundaries, travel, communication, trade, language, and writing.
“We can all connect to God through our souls. The messages lie within us if we just open up to the Divine.”
Hephaestus: God of fire, metalworking, and crafts.
“Be noble, be graceful, be grateful and God will provide gifts for you!”
Aphrodite: Goddess of beauty, love, desire, and pleasure
“Physical beauty can be tricky. Always look inside the person’s soul and seek the answers from within. The Divine is in all of us and that is how we are all one with the Divine. And that is how we are all beautiful through the Divine.”
Ares: God of war.
“We should cherish-and allow the masculine principle in us to blossom. Balance in between the masculine and feminine side of us is the key.”
Hera: Queen of the gods, and goddess of marriage, women, childbirth, heirs, kings, and empires.
“Allow yourself to be taught forgiveness, patience, and gentleness. God provides us with all those qualities, just learn to embrace them.”
Why did the 14 Greek Gods come to us now, at this point in time?
“They come with a united message and they all came because they are needed now. They should be heard and used, not only as mythological beings but as real energies, to help us as they used to do in ancient times. Everything is already known throughout all cultures. Yet we speak different languages, but when we unite, nothing is impossible! It is the message about unification they want to share with us. We should go to our souls and embrace God. Then we will have access to our inborn divine qualities. We should embrace them and aim to be the best versions of ourselves. Gratitude is the key to everything!”
14 Attunements, including manual and certificates!
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