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a handful of earth

three speckled eggs and a stone—

sacred offerings


"Expect the (healing) unexpected."

That sentence popped into my head when I wondered what to title this post, so let’s go with that.

When I first began to practice as a Pagan, I favoured the Fire element – my first magical name, Scarlet, came from the mental image of a red-hot flame – and disliked Water, associating the element with soft and “wishy-washy” sentiments. 2,729 more words

Nornoriel Lokason reblogged this on The Serpent's Labyrinth and commented:

Not only is this a beautiful essay about a lesser-known god and a devotee's relationship, but this is a customer who bought a piece of mine in his honor and she talks about it here (thank you). <3

The Last Photo in Bali

We decided to have a short getaway and chose Bali. Bali was extremely hot, not much shade from the clouds.This was taken on our last day, waiting to hail a taxi back to the hotel then to the airport. 21 more words



Always remove your shoes before entry to a household; it is considered rude not to do so in Thailand.

In Thailand temples play an important role in everyday life for Thai people. 147 more words


To love God

To love God with all your heart, with all your understanding and with all your strength, and to love your neighbor as yourself is more important than all burnt offerings and sacrifices.

- Mark 12:33


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DPM 7: To Each According

My lover Lon Sarver  and I have decided to go through Galina Krasskova’s Devotional Polytheist Meme questions together over the next several months.

We encourage our friends to follow along, and welcome links to other people’s answers in our comments, as well as your thoughts on our answers. 1,178 more words

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