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    Terra/Riku =earth

    Osiris A god of the earth and vegetation ruler of the underworld and of rebirth. Biblically = Adam which is Hebrew word for ground. Archetypally the relationship between the Green Man and Gaia (kairi) is either likened to that of a child and its mother, two passionate lovers or fellow consorts ruling in harmony. This clearly shows that the male power exists in its alchemy with the feminine rather than in its control of her, as in the ancient oriental Yin-Yang symbol. In the context of the Earth‚s ecosystem, the Green Man archetype could therefore be seen to represent the eco-web of the biosphere itself - the diverse network of organic life which has been "born" from the fertile waters and minerals of the Earth, which constantly "makes love" with "her" to produce more complex and varied forms of organic life and which will die back again at some unknown point in the future.


    map the evolution of organic life over the last 3.5 billion years it is clear that this has occurred through a number of cycles of birth, mass extinction and re-birth, which is a key aspect of the Green Man

    the biosphere can be seen as the "child" and "lover" of the Earth, which evolves through cycles of birth, death and re-birth (rikus constant battle with Ansem SOD, the crucified sun and Riku's future self)

    The poet William Anderson describes the Green Man as the "watcher", an observer of life evolving into ever greater complexity, stability and (perhaps) awareness. He suggests that Gaia and indeed the living universe as a whole needs an aspect which is separate enough and independent enough to see and experience itself in all its glory and that in some way this is integral to the process of evolution as the observer becomes one with what he observes (rikus acceptance of the darkness/walking the middle path) in order to share this objective image.
       

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    Aqua/kairi = isis Goddess
    Historically, serpents and snakes represent fertility or a creative life force. As snakes shed their skin through sloughing, they are symbols of rebirth, transformation, immortality, and healing.[7] The ouroboros is a symbol of eternity and continual renewal of life.

    kairi is the female Aspect of the trinity which means she is the creative force. the Goddess of life, death and rebirth because she is the one who gives birth from the black womb of the watery abyss or "Dive to the heart"
    In India, snake cults or cults of the spirit of the snake are connected with the symbolism of the waters of the sea. Snakes are guardians of the springs of life and of immortality, and also of those superior riches of the spirit that are symbolized by hidden treasure (17). As regards the West, Bayleyhas suggested that the snake, since its sinuous shape is similar to that of waves, may be a symbol of the wisdom of the deeps

    In The Women’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets (1983 ), Barbara Walker points out that practically every culture has a snake in its mythology, and most often it is seen as a symbol of wisdom, healing, initiation, and secret knowledge, or it is associated with eternal life and ongoing renewal. Snake is the archetypal symbol of the Great Mother Goddess, incarnate in one of her most universal forms. It is also a symbol of the Kundalini Shakti energy, the cosmic feminine energy that ignites and fuels our spiritual awakening process. Kundalini is a Sanskrit word meaning “coiled up,"

    the reason why kairi and aqua are the ones who make the wayfinders and oathkeeper key chains.
    The Pythagorean mystics worshipped the pentacle or pentagram, a pentacle which is written or drawn, because it was based on the symbol of the Goddess Kore. The symbol meant "life" or "health." The five-point star has also been known as the star of Isis, or of Isis' underground twin Nephthys. To the Egyptians the star represented the underground womb.

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    "all worlds begin in darkness and all so end, the heart is no different, darkness sprouts within it, it grows, consumes it!"

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