Our Lady of Light

Raylenea Abbott


Our Lady of Light shines brightly for all of us. You can see in the background her garden is growing mullein.  Mullein was called Our Lady’s Candle in Mary’s Sacred Flora.

Mullein once was dipped in tallow and burned as torches for pilgrimage ceremonies in old Europe. Many of the old shrines in Europe are built on the ley-lines high in the mountains. Once a year when the spring comes the village people would carry the statue and walk the ley-lines trails which are the old pilgrimage routes.  Each step they took would be filled with prayer.

This pilgrimage process actually awakened the Earth’ ley-line energy !  Pilgrimage recharged the land and the village people.  They would carry the icon of the Blessed Mother to the ocean to be washed in the Mediterranean Sea.  This action actually opened the people up to be healed because when the ley-of the land…

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Our Lady of the Sacred Arts

Raylenea Abbott


Looking up in the sky one night there was a sliver of a moon conjunction with the planet Venus.  This celestial conjunction could be translated as the Crescent Moon is in it’s receptive cycle being influenced by a Venusian Muse.

All great art in this world comes from such influences. It is when we allow ourselves to become open, to be receptive to beauty, harmony and the truth we find in our deepest human emotions that long for soul expression. The artist is someone who can take their human experiences and range of emotions and transform them into art.

The deeper the artist has understood his own growth through his experiences the more profound the art becomes.  And there are those rare artist that touch the sphere of the Divine and have the ability to bring it back into the world. It is through the artist’s eyes we  can be given…

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