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Vanic Friday: Horn Father Invocation

Herne, Cernunnos, Hoof and Horn,
Hunter hidden in leaf and thorn,
Green of wood and red of flesh,
You know well why “blood” is kin to “bless”. 59 more words


An apology and updates

I have not been posting due to depression, and just generally living life not in front if a computer screen. I apologize for not posting updates. 149 more words


Today I made honey cakes for Hermes

Hermes had been good to me these last two months, so I felt the need to thank him in a special way. He kept me safe during my travels as I moved back to New Zealand from the UK, he provided me with enough money to live off for a few months (I’m pretty sure he had something to do with the fact that before I left, I discovered a whole bunch of savings I had forgotten about), and through his goodwill I now have a job. 276 more words


Loki had requested I get him some Airheads candy next time I went to the store, which ended up being yesterday evening.  They had two (double) flavors – Strawberry/Watermelon and Blue Raspberry/Cherry, so I got one of each since he didn’t specify which flavor he wanted (and I forgot to ask).   98 more words

Deuteronomy Chapter 26

There is so much in the Old Testament, that called the people to remember how the Lord had delivered them and blessed them in abundance. At this point, the Israelites were still encamped on the east side of the River Jordan, receiving instruction from Moses, as to how the Lord would expect his people to live. 1,243 more words

The Old Testament

Notes from the Field: If Stones Could Speak

Well, I should have known better than to say in my last post that the summer would leave me with some extra time…That may have been true in the summers of old, when the end of the school year brought about the lazy days of lying in the grass reading Archie comics, going for ice cream after soccer games, or catching up on all those TV shows I missed during the year… But now, as an archaeologist, I prefer to voluntarily get up at 5:00 am and hack through dirt for eight hours straight. 607 more words