Guinevere (True Love):
About Guinevere: This Celtic triple goddess has ancient roots preceding Arthurian times, when she was known as Gwenhwyfar.
In her original form, her name meant “White One” or “White Phantom,” and she was a powerful goddess invoked for both fertility and as a bridge to take the dead to the afterlife plane.
During the times of Avalon, Glastonbury, and King Arthur, she became Guinevere.
To become King, Arthur had to merge with, or marry, Gwenhwyfar, the goddess who ruled over the land.
And so overtime Gwenhwyfar became the astonishingly beautiful Guinevere, the Queen bride of the new King Arthur.
Legend holds that her heart really belonged to Arthur’s cousin, Lancelot, however.
Today, she helps us ensure that we enter into partnership with our whole heart, and she assists in keeping that love alive.
Message: Romance is not an outmoded concept, far from it.
Romance is the time-honored precept of merging with the Divine as it’s manifest within another human being.
Romance is also playfulness, which heralds springtime, flowers, and new life.
You need not be in a partnership to evoke romance, however.
You can manifest it for yourself through laughter, surrounding yourself with beauty, and indulging in luxurious treats.
Treat yourself like a Queen and you will attract a King.