Disclaimer: I am a religious studies student who spends her free time trying to make sense of the universe. The following post is about my personal beliefs, in no way am I expecting anyone to share them. 1,656 more words
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As our class is approaching its end, so are the religions we need to discuss. This week our studies took a somewhat different direction. Instead of reading a specific chapter or article and learning about one of the world’s dominant and major religions, we focused instead on the less represented traditions of Wicca and Neo-paganism. 500 more words
As most Pagans are aware the “Pagan Thanksgiving” occurs at the Sabbat of Mabon, which in the Northern Hemisphere is during the month of September. However, for those who live in America, November is the month within which we celebrate the conventional Thanksgiving celebration with our friends and family. 650 more words
Im going to start a new section with making your own altar tools from home or very cheap! ANYONE CAN DO THESE THINGS!
I started it already but im going to update it as much as possible so check out the page!
Witches In Steampunk Fiction
Witches are and have always been a popular trope to use in fiction and screenplays, now more than ever. We are experiencing an occult renaissance due to a combination of an unprecedented availability of information on the subject and the lack of laws prohibiting occult practice and study. 1,624 more words
Longing for the Supernatural by Karin Kaufman
As Christians we know that the supernatural world—a world “where trees clap hands” and “God’s voice sounds like thunder,” as Bible teacher Beth Moore has said—is as real as the natural one, and I’m convinced we all have a deep, God-given need to experience the supernatural in our ordinary lives. 318 more words