May 20, 2013

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Tantra Gift of the Gods to Maximize Co-Creation of Existence: Internet Radio with Janet Kira Lessin, Articles too...

Tantra Gift of the Gods to Maximize Co-Creation of Existence: Internet Radio with Janet Kira Lessin, Articles too

Tantra is an ancient spiritual practice that originates from space. Ancient aliens who colonized the Earth 450,000 years ago bought tantra from the planet Nibiru and practiced tantra to maximize conception and bring into physicality from higher dimensions souls of advanced capabilities in order to advance civilization and culture and maximize chances for their species’ survival. It was through these tantric practices that Enki, a brilliant scientist and spiritually advanced soul, and Ninmah, a goddess of divine love...

Jul 18, 2011

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POLYAMORY’S BEST FOR WOMEN by Janet Kira Lessin...

POLYAMORY’S BEST FOR WOMEN by Janet Kira Lessin Polyamory (loving more than one in a relationship) honors women on all chakra levels. Polyamory lets women fully access their full potential, awaken to the totality of their being. Many religions and social conditioning subjugate the divine feminine and keep us imprisoned in hierarchy and patriarchy. These systems fail to honor the true nature of souls who are individually disconnected from GodSource and out of balance with our own inner...

Jun 23, 2011

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Love is Sex Is Love Is Sex Is Love Is Sex Is Love: A Dream by Janet Kira Lessin – June 21, 2011...

Love is Sex Is Love Is Sex Is Love Is Sex Is Love: A Dream by Janet Kira Lessin – June 21, 2011 Last night I dreamed I was writing an article on my computer entitled “Love is Sex Is Love Is Sex Is Love Is Sex Is Love.” The article explored the nature of love and its relationship with sex compounded with the definition of morality and what morality means to whom. Who is moral? Immoral? What...

Feb 17, 2011

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Phoenix Goddess Temple’s “Sacred Sexuality” Is More Like New Age Prostitution...

http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/2011-02-17/news/feature/ A A A Comments (26) By Niki D’Andrea Thursday, Feb 17 2011 On a brisk Sunday morning in mid-January, Wayne Clayton arrives at work at Phoenix Goddess Temple wheeling a brown piece of luggage. “These are all my healing tools,” he says. Among them are a clear plastic bag stuffed with white latex gloves and a bottle of lubricant. He will use them later in one of his “trauma healing” sessions. But first, he’ll receive his own...