The Many Faces of Kali
Keywords:Neo-Paganism, creative consciousness, Kali, divine creative ideation
Abstract… as manifestations of the divine creative ideation, we are created in the divine image. At the same time, we carry that same creative consciousness within and use it to create our own images of divinity according to our needs or understanding
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