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Mother and Father God were equally revered throughout the world in every culture, except for the last two thousand years, when it was established to elevate only the Divine Masculine. Still, Mother God manifested as the Blessed Mother in Portugal and Lourdes, and as the Lady of Guadalupe. She's revealed in ancient texts including the Nag Hammadi, Dead Sea Scrolls, and in Genesis of the Bible, "Let us make man in our image, in our likeness..." Among countless names different cultures have used for Her are Hathor, Hera and Artemis . She was known to West African tribes as Buku the Sky Goddess and Ultimate Creator.


Boundaries are thought or taught to exist between the spiritual and physical world, whereas those who believed in Buku knew of the messages She sends us through the natural world, like wind, water, earth and animals.


Father God is pure intellect, static and holding everything together, while Mother God moves and intercedes in your life because She is pure emotion. For this reason, and because this planet is an emotional plane, Earth is Mother God's domain. When in need of protection, ask Her to come to you; She will be there instantly. When in need of healing, ask Her to intercede for you to create a miracle. When in need of a sign, ask Her to give you a message through the natural world. Always She will be there, within you and all around you.


Angus on the Other Side teaches that every time you see Buku's image, it registers in your subconscious mind, like a physical affirmation of Mother God's presence in your life. This visual reminder strengthens your connection with Her, making you more aware She's there, and likely to call on Her for help.


This is why I create this art and Vera relays information from Angus. From our heart to yours, we pray you remember to call on your Divine Mother for help on your life path.


💙Christina and Vera💜

Buku, Goddess of Oneness

  • Prints are 9" x 12" image on 11" x 14" white cardstock paper. Color canvases are stretched over a wood frame with a 1 and 1/2 inch gallery wrap.

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