Posts Tagged ‘goddess’

HerChurch up Near Twin Peaks Must be the Most Purplest Church in America, STILL

Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

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And here’s the view down low:


And here’s the building next door, or at least this is how things used to be – I didn’t notice it last time I was up there…



A New Raptor Nest for City Hall: Minerva’s Shield No Protection from Pesky Birds

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

An ideal nesting site high above the Polk Street Steps, don’t you think?

It’s protected from the rain and wind and of course there are plenty of rats scurrying about City Hall these days, non?

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This new nest matches the other one the Polk Side has.

Primary Colors of Twin Peaks: The Neighbor of the Most Purplest Church in America is Similarly Colorful

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Check out A Woman’s Eye (AWE) Gallery up near Twin Peaks near the most purplest Church in America

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How colorful we are!

Gaia Strikes Back: Helpless Car Pwned by Flora and Fauna on the Streets of San Francisco

Friday, July 16th, 2010

Some of this is probably tree sap, BTW:

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HerChurch up near Sherwood Forest Must be the Most Purplest Church in America

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

See what I mean? This thing is puuuuuuurple (and periwinkle) 

And, bonus, “Goddess Rosary” meditation comes every Wednesday at 7:00 PM

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Now, ask them a silly question like, “Why purple?”

“To honor the Goddess and Divine Feminine! To be in solidarity with empowering women and all persons who are oppressed,and denied equal rights! To advocate for marriage rights for all people!  Join us for worship on Sunday at 10:30 AM  and/or the Goddess Rosary Wednesday at 7 PM 678 Portola Dr.  SF – Blessed Be! Stacy Boorn, Pastor “

O.K. then.

The Goddess of Democracy Witnesses Olympic Torchbearers in San Francisco

Friday, April 4th, 2008

This was the scene today in historic Portsmouth Square in San Francisco’s Chinatown – the mayor signing autographs after announcing a list of some of the torchbearers who will relay around the city on April 9th.

In the foreground is another kind of torchbearer, the Goddess of Democracy. Some might have preferred to cover her up with a tarp as was done before, but she was pretty much ignored today.


Let’s not forget about her, in all this Olympic excitement.