By Eric Walters
DJ is David McLean's eldest grandson, so it stands to cause that he be the only to scatter his cherished grandfather's ashes. no less than that's how DJ sees it. He's regularly been the easiest at everything--sports, college, taking care of his fatherless family--so mountaineering Kilimanjaro is simply one other factor he'll accomplish virtually without problems. Or so he thinks, until eventually he arrives in Tanzania and every thing begins to head unsuitable. He's detained at immigration, he will get robbed, his mountain climbing staff comprises an outdated woman and he will get caught with the 1st ever girl porter. compelled to head polepole (slowly), DJ unearths out the difficult means that formative years, health point and force don't have anything to do with luck at the mountain--or in existence.
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Athena began her association with Athens as she vied for patronage of the city with Poseidon, each deity making proposals and counter-proposals to the people. The men voted for Poseidon, the women for Athena. Athena won by one vote when the people finally accepted Athena’s gift of the olive tree and thus chose the Goddess as their protectress. This offering of the olive tree was one of the rare examples of Athena acting as an earth or vegetation goddess. Unfortunately, this decision came with a price.
SACRED PL ACES OF GODDESS Both in Europe and Asia Minor, Goddess is represented in temples, archaeological sites, carvings, and ancestral groves. Areas around and within the Mediterranean Sea are particularly replete with monuments standing in honor of Goddess, and each season archaeological digs uncover new information that shapes and informs herstory, or the record of the Divine Feminine. In the British Isles, for example, carvings of Sheila-na-Gigs (see: Goddess Focus, Ireland, page 73), spirals, and mermaids symbolize aspects of the Mother, while in other areas of Europe and around the Mediterranean, she is represented in the forms of lunar crescents, fish, horns of consecration, vulvas, swastikas, and serpents.
To set the stage, Agamemnon had sacrificed his daughter with Clytemnestra prior to the start of the Trojan War. In retribution, Clytemnestra killed Agamemnon. Orestes then killed Clytemnestra in retribution for the life of his father. Apollo submitted that Agamemnon’s death was the more serious of the two crimes because by his seed, Agamemnon, not Clytemnestra, was the true parent of their dead daughter, thus the female womb was no more than an incubator for the male seed. Athena tipped the scales of justice in Apollo’s favor saying in The Eumenides, “I am always for the male.