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We are the crossroads of all paths, a forum where people interested in the Goddess can exchange and learn from a diverse background without fear or bias. Where we can freely explore the Divine as part of ourselves and Mother Nature. This group's intent is to share information and experiences about the Divine. It is cross cultural and non specific in traditions in the exploration of the Spirit. We only request that you use this path of exploration with respect towards others, and the Divine.

The word "Metroön" is a Greek word meaning "mother's house or building". Metroa (the plural of Metroön) were the domed temples that were found through out the ancient Mediterranean in honor of the Great Goddess (which the Greeks called the Phrygian Mother Goddess Kybele or usually Meter or “Mother”). The word Metroön is to an extent like the word "church" is used today by modern Christians or mosques by Muslims. Our group's usage of the word “Metroön” is refers to the idea of a sacred building devoted to the Feminine Divine or Divine Mother.

The Divine Mother is in all and is all. The Divine transcends singularity and multiplicity. She is as much a person or persons as she is any form or every form, place or action or non-being. She is the Mother of all dichotomies. The Divine is not limited to the constraints of neither the human experience nor the human imagination. The Divine can be honored as the Great Mother who gives birth to all and devours all. She is the myriad of spiraling waves that are caught in flux between destruction and re-creation. We can only observe and experience the Divine in two ways:

Either in the archetypes we inherit that shape our very being or in the manifestation of the “awe” we experience from Mother Nature who is revealed in the sublime and the subtle.

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  • 1196
  • Pantheism
  • Dec 20, 2001
  • English

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