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And he journeyed on from the Negeb as far as Bethel to the place where his tent had been at the beginning, between Bethel and Ai, to the place where he had made an altar at the first. 464 more words


Easter in Mexico

Easter or Semana Santa is celebrated in Mexico for a week, beginning the Friday before Good Friday. It begins with the altars. People set these up in their homes, shops, and on the streets. 163 more words

Blood on the Altar? Signs of Sacrifice at the Geogia Guidestones...

Okay, I already re-blogged this a little earlier from awesomeplaces2see, but I guess I felt compelled to do it again so I could add a bit more of my own commentary here (and get the actual vid up on my site) It appears that this video was uploaded to YT only today, but I’m guessing that if enough people actually look at it, it could go somewhat “viral”, at least within the circles of those who already understand what the… 197 more words

New World Order

A Way of Seeing Jesus in the Garden

As I’ve said before, the visual arts gene skipped a generation in my family. I can’t draw, and the only kind of visual media I can create are very abstract works populated by stick figures. 479 more words


Motivation Jar

Threw together a motivation jar today that is now sitting on top of my mini inspiration and creativity altar.

It has coffee, cinnamon, cumin, nutmeg, ginger, cloves, walnuts, carnelian, citrine and a motivation sigil I created (while I was in hospital last week, oddly enough!) 6 more words


The Trial of the Maiden

Waking up today, I felt that everything was settled for Persephone’s rite. I walked Low-Key, got ready for work, and spent my day at the office mulling over what I would do. 552 more words


More Altars

Sand from the beach I live near, shells and wonderfully powerful Ammonite (seriously this thing nearly knocked me over!) for my little sea witch altar that is currently placed on my bathroom windowsill (I will get photos of that and upload them soon!)