Do you believe it??? I just spent the past eight hours massaging and uploading images and describing sections and items, and I’ve only just got half a dozen of the things up at the moment, which makes a grand total of about 2400 items for you to shop.
But wait ’til you find out what I’ve put up there!
Most of the items you’ll find on my Cafe Press Shops are things you couldn’t buy for any price — some are part of our ancient relics collection which we use in our ceremonies.
Many of the art items are just plain NOT for sale at any price, and some are for sale, but for very high prices, totally out of reach to the average collector.
The whole idea in Rembrandt’s time was to make prints, an affordable way of collecting the art of a favorite artist. Another bestseller of the time was to have the artist make up a set of “calling cards” with the art patron’s face plastered on there as if they were someone important.
IshtarFest 1977, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
In 1965, Bea Stanley and several other students at Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles came up with the idea of a festival to celebrate the Vernal Equinox and the event known today as “Easter”, a corruption of the word “Ishtar”, celebrating the descent of the Goddess into the Underworld and Her Triumphant Return (after the traditional 3 days & 3 nights including meals and tips, in the traditional Grave). These days, she’s had a sex-change and appears as the Easter Rabbit, leaving little eggs all over the White House lawn. Please don’t forget what this Sacred Holyday is all about — chocolate.
T. took this photo of our IshtarFest 3, back in Los Angeles, Easter 1967. It’s a lot less messy now that we’re online!!!
— Vishnu Guru in the Aspect of Birthday Celebrations at Prosperity Virtual Ashram —
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