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Thank You

I feel I should say something here to mark the fact that I’ve just passed the 200th follower of my blog (pause for a small celebration here :)) 200 might not sound much but to me it’s huge. 190 more words

Yin and Yang - Pagan Blog Project

Hey everyone,

I’m late for the Pagan Blog Project. *big sigh* I’m sorry. A lot of stuff going on in my life so forgive me. For this week’s topic, I chose Yin and Yang. 181 more words

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Yuletide: Pagan Origins of Christmas Traditions

  • The Date: Jesus was born in the summer- this is a fact that is very well known. When Christianity was spreading across Europe the Christian rulers wanted to convert the Pagan population as quickly and smoothly as possible.
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PBP: Y is for Years End

I thought this year would be different.

I made a lot of changes; I found ways to manage my anxiety, took some major steps forward in my spiritual life, and got back into writing fiction.   111 more words

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Pagan Blog Project: "Y" Is For "Yule"

If you suddenly have an earworm of the song “My Favorite Things” I take full responsibility. “Y” is for Yule because it IS my favorite thing.   496 more words

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Pagan Blog Project - Yule

This is about the third attempt at posting something about Yule. My first one was on the history of Yule and the second on the traditions but neither felt right, so instead I have chosen to share with you a few of the ways I’ve celebrated Yule over the years. 704 more words


Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus funereus)


It’s not the best photo, but this is the closest I’ve been able to get to these birds in the wild, they seem to me much more nervous and sceptical of interlopers than their white cousins. 912 more words

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