Lion of Judah


Lion of Judah.

In the book and  film s”Chronicles of Narnia..the lion the witch and wardrobe. ..Asslam the Lion is the saviour of the land with the aid of four young children. Asslam is a wonderful example of how the lion of Judah is expressed in literary works. The Lion of Judah is a representation of “christ” ands his consciousness and is mentioned in the “Book of Genesis”.

The lion of Judah exist and images of him can be seen in the spirit worlds..a magnificent yellow golden lion type being that glows dazzling bright and his energy and light spreads infinitely out across vast plains..the dynamism of this purity cuts through and fry instantly any dark evil that it touches..the inner ghouls cannot get even remotely close to this humble, serene power.

This energy is reflected in our world and the Lion itself is testimony to the grace and prowess and ferocity of this. It rules imposingly and yet moves with grace, honour and dignity. All the animals are special, the Lion of Judah is linked closely to Gaia our earth mother.

I am not Lion-ing

Kindest Regards



One thought on “Lion of Judah

  1. You write with grace, honor, and dignity. Your work is earthy and enchanting. For this reason, I hereby nominate you for the Liebster Blog Award.

    Liebster is a German word that means dearest,and this award is given to bloggers with less than 200 followers who deserve more recognition.

    Here are the rules:

    Thank your Liebster Blog Award presenter on your blog.
    Link back to the blogger who awarded you.
    Give your top 5 picks for the award.
    Inform your top 5 by leaving a comment on their blog.
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    I am told that this award really is a circle of writers, dreamers, and seekers. You certainly fit that character. Thank you for sharing your creativity and joy for life with the rest of us!

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