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Of Collars and Vows

I had known about this for months, but was still nervous.  More excited than anything else, but still a little bit nervous–this was a big step I was taking, after all.  311 more words

Sacred D/s

raibeartgaoth87 reblogged this on Taigh Raibeart Gaoth and commented:

Hail Briar and the beginning of a new chapter in her relationship with Anubis. Oaths and vows, especially ones to deities, regardless of the nature of the relationship involved, are never things to take lightly because there there are almost no take backs involved. At the same time, however, such oaths and vows can be very beautiful and powerful between the person and deity or deities they are oathing themselves to. I love hearing and reading about the various relationships folks’ possess with their deities as it is a very beautiful and rewarding thing to behold. I wish nothing but the best for Briar and Anubis – May their path together always be full of love and strength.


SLID – The god of the seas and all the rivers and streams. He also owns all the pearls and treasures lost at sea. When Slid first unleashed his waves upon the world there was nothing but land and the sea god had to fight a war with the other gods for every mile of territory his waters spread along. 308 more words


30 Days of Deity Devotion: Day 1

A basic introduction to this Deity(Deities).

Below are simple introductions to the two Deities that I am currently working with and building my relationships with. At this time, words are escaping me and I hope to flesh this information out soon, in order to better understand both of them and their roles in my spiritual practices. 185 more words

Exploring Spirituality

Through God and Out the Other Side

A personal journey:

I stopped believing in the Christian God, officially, when I was 27. I still believed in something, an unexplained connection between people and matter of all forms. 1,336 more words


Release Day Blitz: Chosen-Kristen Day

Chosen (Daughters of the Sea #3) by Kristen Day



The essence of who we are lies not in what we have, but in what we are willing to give up. 554 more words

YA Books

AFCoory - Artwiculate Twittering series 3

Oh Christianity!

a long history

forever arcane to us

mostly fantastical

no son of god he

a mere mortal, Jesus! 


A coterie

of twittering friends… 254 more words

Anne Frandi-Coory