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August.

August used to be one of my least favorite months, because it meant back to school in a couple of weeks. Well, I don’t start classes until the end of September (after the 20th…I think it’s the 24th this year? 703 more words

Path And Practice

Prometheus

Prometheus is a Titan, the son of Iapetos and Klymene.

In the war between the Titans and the Olympians, Prometheus (his name means “foresight”) knew that the Olympians would win, so he convinced his brother Epimetheus to join him in siding with them. 223 more words

Pagan Blog Project

Deity of the Day for July 30th is Nephthys

Deity of the Day

Nephthys

Goddess of Death, Service, Lamentation and Nighttime

Nephthys ((/ˈnɛpθɨs/ or /ˈnɛfθɨs/) or Nebthet/ˈnɛbˌθɛt/ (Arabic: نيفتيس Nyftys) is a member of the Great Ennead of Heliopolis in Egyptian mythology, a daughter of Nut and Geb. 1,270 more words

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Gods and Goddesses of Witchcraft: Real or Imagined?

I have had many conversations, lately especially, regarding the issue of the deities. When a large group of witches discuss the Gods and Goddesses of any religion or path it is never completely agreed upon as to whether they created us, we created them, or if both or neither is true. 374 more words

Witchcraft

Consulting deities, Lim Tai See Tai Chong Soo Kiu Leong Tang Clan Association

This lady was seated on a chair next to ancestral tablets and an altar with some deities that I did not recognise. She seemed deep in thought and prayer. 261 more words

Heritage

Deity of the Day for July 28th is Blodeuwedd

Deity of the Day

Blodeuwedd

Blodeuwedd (pronounced Blow-day-yoo-eth) is the Welsh Goddess of Flowers.

Mythology:-
After Lleu’s mother, Arianrhod declared that he would never have a mortal wife, his two magician companions, Gwydion and Math began to work their magick. 475 more words

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Deity of the Day for July 26th is Ares The God Of War

Deity of the Day

Ares (Mars)

Greek God of War

Ares (Roman equivalent is Mars) was the Greek god of war. He is one of the Twelve Olympians, and the son of Zeus and Hera. 1,049 more words

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