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PBP: O is for Oaths and Promises

I’m not what I would call an oathkeeper.

I haven’t always been good at keeping my word. There have been a lot of moments in my life where I’ve said I would do something, only to fall short of actually doing it. 466 more words

Kemetic

Pagan Blog Project

I have decided to start participating in the Pagan Blog Project, since that’s liable to keep me writing regularly.

I’ve got a post written and queued for tomorrow already. I feel accomplished.

Housekeeping

Opening up to Signs and Omens

It’s 3 o’clock in the morning. You’re lying in bed, unable to fall asleep – you’re hot, your head aches, and it’s impossible for you to swallow without a burning sensation in your throat. 315 more words

PBP: O is for Osiris

My first encounter with Osiris was not with the kindly father-figure I normally see him as, but his Lord of Dread side.  I don’t know if he was trying to scare me and make me face my fears (at the time I was still freaking out about being approached exclusively by underworld gods), or if I got him on a bad day, but after speaking with him, I was reluctant to have any more dealings with the god I now call Father. 443 more words

Pagan Blog Project

O- owl

I was blessed to be born under the owl totem. The bear has chosen me but the owl is where I was born!

A is for Acceptance

I think that ‘A’ was for Acceptance the last time around and I just never got around to posting it, at least when I was working this meme on this blog and not on Widdershins. 290 more words

On Teaching

There’s hardly a pagan blog that doesn’t discuss it, a practitioner without an opinion of it: How do we learn our Craft?

It’s been a very odd time for me in the last month. 1,442 more words

Witchcraft