Join the Goddess Full Moon Group for the Full Moon in LEO on January 23 at 8pm eastern as we welcome special guest Priestess, Anne Key, and celebrate the Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet! Brandi Auset and I lead the Goddess Full Moon Group every month, as well as some special Goddess Wheel celebrations, and it includes discussion of the featured Goddess, a guided meditation, and a discussion with Q&A after the meditation.
Sekhmet is referred to as the Eye of Ra, as She is the personification of the God’s anger. Some sources cite her as the shadow of Hathor or Bast. Her role as both a creative and destructive force aligns Her with women,as she represents the fire of femininity. Sekhmet protects women, bestows inner balance, and stands for righteous anger. She is generally depicted as a full figured woman with the head of a lion. (from The Goddess Guide by Priestess Brandi Auset)
When you register for the free Full Moon Group, information will be available on how to attend the live event and access the archives. The numbers for the live teleconference are USA numbers, but the archive is available to listen via the internet. Firefox and Chrome are the best browsers to use for connection. When the information for the new month is available, all participants will receive an email as well as email reminders prior to the Full Moon event. You will also have access to all past Full Moon archived teleconferences.
In the Lap of the Lioness: Sekhmet Activation Course with Anne Key on Mystery School of the Goddess
Sekhmet Goddess Mist from Red Wholistic
Sekhmet Goddess Kit from Red Wholistic
Sekhmet Crystal Grid from Red Wholistic
Dendera Collection – Statues & Ritual Items from Egypt by Mary Lomando on MH Goddess Shop
Desert Priestess: A Memoir by Anne Key (about her time as a Priestess at the Sekhmet Temple)
Heart of the Sun: An Anthology in Exaltation of Sekhmet edited by Anne Key and Candace C. Kant
The Goddess Sekhmet: Psycho-Spiritual Exercises of the Fifth Way by Robert Masters
When the Lion Roars: A Devotional to the Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet by Galina Krasskova
Feasts of Light by Normandi Ellis
The Great Goddesses of Egypt by Barbara S. Lesko
Egyptian Mythology by Geraldine Pinch
Anne Key wants to live in a world where women are wild, knees don’t age, the fragrance of flowers fills the air, and we all love—and are loved for being—exactly who we are.
Anne’s first memoir Desert Priestess recounts her time as the Priestess of the Temple of Goddess Spirituality Dedicated to Sekhmet in Nevada. She co-edited Heart Of The Sun: An Anthology In Exaltation Of Sekhmet and Stepping Into Ourselves: An Anthology of Writings on Priestesses. She performs with the nationally recognized troupe Burlesque Noir in Albuquerque, New Mexico under the stage name Annie O’Roar. Her latest book is Burlesque, Yoga, Sex and Love: A Memoir of Life Under the Albuquerque Sun.
Anne teaches under the name Dr. Key as an adjunct faculty offering courses in Women’s Studies, Religious Studies, and English. As well as writing, she is also the co-founder of the independent press Goddess Ink (www.goddess-ink.com).
Anne blissfully resides in Albuquerque with her husband, his three cats and her snake. When she’s not writing or grading papers, you can find her pushing taffeta through a sewing machine or strapping on her heels for rehearsal.
Follow her shenanigans at www.annekey.net.