Goddess, womb, cauldron, birth, life, death…
“The Goddess (as Cerridwen, Kali, Siris and others) generates, dissolves, and regenerates life life within her churning womb/cauldron. Here the Goddess is the vortex from which all things are spun into existence and sucked back out of it.” -Melissa Raphael, “Truth in Flux: Goddess Feminism as a Late Modern Religion”
“Mother Goddess is reawakening, and we can begin to recover our primal birthright, the sheer, intoxicating joy of being alive. We can open new eyes and see that there is nothing to be saved from, no struggle of life against the universe, no God outside the world to be feared and obeyed; only the Goddess, the Mother, the turning spiral that whirls us in and out of existence, whose winking eye is the pulse of being – birth, death, rebirth – whose laughter bubbles and courses through all things and who is found only through love.” -Starhawk in The Spiral Dance
In what ways is Goddess a womb, a cauldron, or a mother? In what ways is a womb, a cauldron, or a mother of the Goddess?