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Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus funereus)

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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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x ♥ Convict Love Tokens ♥ x

I’ve spent a lot of time trawling through the National Museum of Australia’s Convict Token Collection. I find them completely memorising, sad, tragic, beautiful, sometimes funny, but infinitely fascinating to see these relics, pieces of people’s hearts left to a loved one after being found guilty and sent off to the colonies we now call Australia. 690 more words

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Your Tools; & what you do with them

I recall earlier this year talking to a person during the The Australian Fair Freedom of Belief and Religion at Mona in Hobart; pagans –  we’ve got the good bling. 1,738 more words

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Year Ahead

Last week, for Y in the Pagan Blog Project, I posted Year in Review where I looked at what 2014 brought me.  For the second week of the letter Y, I will be talking about plans for 2015. 3,377 more words

About Me

P is for Past Lives

    I’m crossed-legged on my kitchen table to avoid piquing my cat’s interest. I have a white candle and a stick of jasmine on either side of me. 274 more words

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O is for Oya

What I destroy, you no longer need1.

    Oya is the Yoruba Orisha of the wind. She creates devastating storms through her dancing. Although Oya can be seen as a darker aspect of the Goddess, her winds bring forth change. 139 more words

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Yule - Pagan Blog Project

Hello everyone,

I’m late again for this week. I’m sorry. I haven’t been feeling well over the past few days, plus I have been trying to get my holiday cards ready to send out. 137 more words

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