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A VAMPIRE, A WITCH AND GODDESS WALK INTO A BOOKSHOP...

Atticus has been alive for over two thousand years but he doesn’t look a day over 21 – which is good because stress has a way of prematurely aging you and his life is very very hectic. 238 more words

Book Reviews

Pagan Parenting: Winter Solstice with a One to Two-Year-Old

If you’re a new parent like myself, you may wonder how you can introduce the Winter Solstice to your child, especially when he or she is still learning how to walk, talk, and get control of those little fingers! 891 more words

Druidism

The Story Of Demeter and Persephone

 Demeter, goddess of the grain/harvest. Her job to feed the world. When her daughter, Persephone was kidnapped to the underworld by Hades (Lord of the dead) to become his bride. 189 more words

Greece

Baby Girl Name: Denise

Meaning: “Dionysus” in the spoken form of Medieval French and English

Origin:  feminine of Dennis, a form of Dionysus, who was the Greek god of wine, festivity, and pleasure; the name owes its continued use to several saints named Dionysus, notably the 3rd century martyr who was instrumental in converting the Parisians to Christianity and who became the first bishop of Paris… 22 more words

Traditional

Baby Boy Name: Dennis

Meaning: “Dionysus” in the spoken form of Medieval French and English

Origin:  form of Dionysus, the Greek god of wine, festivity, and pleasure; the name owes its continued use to several saints who bore the name Dionysus, notably the 3rd century martyr who was instrumental in converting the Parisians to Christianity and who became the first bishop of Paris… 52 more words

Traditional

The Glory of Sunna, The Gift of Sunsets and the Graditude of the Blind

One of the most magical things about living in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, are the glorious sunsets that one can experience during the often harsh winters that frequent this lovely place. 757 more words

Asatru

All About Odin

Since today is Wednesday (Odin’s Day/ Woden’s Day) I thought it would be a great idea to share some information with you about Odin.

Odin is considered to be the “All Father”, there can be many different interpretations on  393 more words

Magic