Not what Her myths say about Her; not what history says.
Who is Isis when we experience Her?
Most of us would start by describing a relationship. She’s like a mother, a sister, a lover, a teacher. Since that’s the way we relate to the people in our lives, it makes sense that we would relate to Divine personalities in the same way. The models for relationship with which we have to work are the ones we’ve used all our lives, the human ones. And this approach works quite well, too. The second half of Isis Magicis about just that—creating and deepening a real relationship with Her.
I have been comforted by the motherly wings of Isis. I have argued with Her like a sister. I have been crazy for Her like a lover. I have bowed to Her will as to a queen. (In fact, a very interesting…
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