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What the heck is a Crone?

In the simplest of meanings: A Crone is a post-menopausal woman. No longer able to bear children.

The traditional meaning: In ancient times, the Crone was an older woman who enjoyed a special, revered status. The elder woman was viewed as a fount of wisdom, law, healing skills, and moral leadership; her presence and leadership were treasured at every significant tribal ceremony and each personal occasion from birth to death.*

The meaning of a modern Crone today: The modern Crone is a healthy, vibrant older woman who has the wisdom of a lifetime of adventures and experiences. She has done everything that society has expected of her and is now in a stage of life where she has gained enough confidence to step fully into her own power and to imagine, create and fulfill her wildest desires.  Get out of her way folks, this old lady has got things to do!

 

Diana-35

 

*Traditional meaning taken from cronecouncil.org

7 responses to “About

  1. Bernard

    I am looking for an honest medium person in or around Vancouver. My brother needs help and I feel some help from the other side may help. Can you recommend someone. I am in South Africa and feel a little helpless right now.
    Regards Bernard

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  2. Bernard

    Hello,

    I did send a reply yesterday. My brother is in Vancouver, I in South Africa. He is a super , kind etc etc but an alcoholic and he is rock bottom. We come from a strong spiritual back ground. I do believe if anyone from his spirit guide to a family member could talk to him it may save his life. Please I need a referral to a genuine medium in Vancouver. Getting him there will be another challenge but that we will dealvwith closer to the time.

    Thankyou,
    Bernard van den Dool

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  4. Love, love, love your ‘about’ page. I am a crone as well and both the traditional and modern meaning of crone resonated deep within me.

    I am looking forward to following your journey and coming back when I have a wee bit more time to read more of your blog. I’ve also followed you on Twitter so that I don’t miss out on a thing. 🙂

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