UNESCO's World Heritage Site Katas Raj, Pakistan. Shiva Temples mentioned in Mahabharata dating back to the 6th century. Astrogeographic position: in the first degrees of the practical air sign Gemini the sign of learning and in the spiritual air sign Aquarius indicator for the Pandavas status as refugees. Valid for field level 3.
Wohpe’s themes are wishes, peace, beauty, pleasure, cycles, time and meditation. Her symbols are falling stars, sweetgrass and peace pipes. This Lakota Goddess’s name literally means ‘meteor’. Among the Lakota She is considered the most beautiful of all Goddesses. She generates harmony and unity through the peace pipe and pleasure from the smoke of sweetgrass. Stories also tell us that She measured time and created the seasons so people could know when to perform sacred rituals.
jw_witnesses @khmerterry tells us: "This is in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Kim and I were doing return visits today near this 11th century ruin called Wat Atwea and these young monks came up and spoke to us (unusual as monks usually don't speak to females) so Kim gave them a Memorial invitation." See date, times and places around the world at JW.org
Ancient Goddess statues - starting with tallest and moving clockwise- Artemis of Ephesus, Nile River Goddess, Cucuteni Bird Goddess, Late Cucuteni Bird Goddess, Doorway Goddess, Nile River Goddess (pocket version), Venus of Malta, Venus of Willendorf , Bird-Headed Snake Goddess and Dreamer of Malta (in the centre of the circle)
The 22-dome Transfiguration Church is part of the Kizhi Pogost, a site dating from the 17th century, on Kizhi island, Lake Onega, Republic of Karelia, Russia. The church is constructed entirely of wood and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Astrogeographic position: in the solid, conservative and traditionalistic earth sign Capricorn and the spiritual air sign Aquarius. Valid for field level 4.