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Ganesh plushie

I saw this at Half Price Books and couldn’t resist. They also had Frida Kahlo, Einstein, Andy Warhol, and Che Guevara.


Now Offering Tarot Readings

I am offering free tarot readings to anyone who asks.  I will do them at any time, and unless I am away from my computer can guarantee a 36 hour turnaround.   18 more words


The Wicca Question

It is impossible to have a serious discussion of contemporary witchcraft without a discussion of Wicca. It is also, very often, disingenuous to avoid discussing Wicca. 1,961 more words


The God of Coffee

My husband and I were talking about gods we know nothing about. When we were first Pagan, we had books with lists of deities, god of this, goddess of that, and they’d sometimes literally only have the name of the deity and what that god is “for.” Some of the deities could be researched elsewhere, while others have no surviving myths or icons and literally all we have is the name. 382 more words


A prayer to Aphrodite.

Unsurpassed goddess, with love and awe I greet you.
Sea-green are your eyes, luminous and fathomless;
flawless is your form. O wondrous Aphrodite,
of water were you born, in water we know you– 71 more words


Symbol: Blossom

Blossom, like rainbows, can be symbolic of blessings and represents the fertility of the new growing season.  In times past, blossom was used as confetti, something which is on the increase today. 50 more words


The tricky question of magic; A rational approach...

“…The tricky question of magic

Magic is not focal or central to paganism. Pagans can be pagans without using or believing in magic.

The association of paganism and magic is to some extent a historical accident. 412 more words