The American Election and Power of the Goddess

Whether or not you are an American reader, you are no doubt bombarded with chaotic news stories of the U.S. Presidential election.  In the heat of battle between both political parties, several core values have been put up on the altar, to be defended as sacred or defamed.  Or worse yet, ridiculed. Unfortunately, women–the value and glory of women–has been maligned by one candidate who will remain nameless on this site.  He views them as objects and has called women pigs, among other insults.  When what he really should be doing is getting down on his knees to call us Goddess.

Let me explain.  My name, Circe, conjures one of the greatest mystical Goddesses of Greek Mythology.  Circe was the Goddess of metamorphosis and illusion.  Adept at casting spells, she was also the creator of magic and sorcery.  She reigned over her island, Aeaea, transforming any man who presented a threat into a beast.  In one of her most famous episodes, in Homer’s Odyssey, Circe transforms Odysseus’s men into swine.  Eventually, she is persuaded by the great Odysseus to return the men to their mortal form, where they remain enjoying the enormous sensual pleasures of the island for a full year (Who can blame them?) before departing with Circe’s blessings and favorable winds.  circe-image

If there is any pig or swine to be had in the current season, it is he who dares disparage the greatness of women.  Princess is aware that any subscriber to this site or member of her Circle adores women, reveres strong women, and knows the exquisite joy that Dominant and Powerful women hold.  I hold this power.  I command it.  For shame to live in a culture which regards women in such a lowly status.  Men are responsible and should be disciplined accordingly.  Men need discipline to honor the disgrace they have imposed on women–and to yield their obedience and willingness to suffer as extraordinary gifts.