I can't pinpoint exactly when I started to be fascinated by lizards. For me, it's an aesthetic fascination with the form of the animal (and representations thereof), not a desire to own or understand the actual creature - lovely as they may be. So this image represents that part of me.
The Firefly Squid, whose scientific name is the Watasenia Scintillans, is three inches long on average and is considered to be a cephalopod. Its body is covered in photophores, and this is what allows it to glow a light blue and communicate with other members of its species. Light it up blue.
'The Goddess is not just an ancient statue or an energetic archetype, she is present us, in the beauty of nature, in every living creature and leaf of plant. Begin to see her life giving energy, feel it in your own body, she is the joy of movement, and the single falling tear, she is the sacred feminine inhabiting both women and men and she has returned to offer us a gift - a gift to reclaim this planet as heaven on earth through the energetic vibration of love.' - Earth Mother by ORUPSIA
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