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A Gaelic polytheist reacts to 'Miasma' (Pt 1) - The Song of Amergin

This is a poem about the source of my gods’ power – and mine.

I am the wind on the sea.
I am the ocean wave. 1,718 more words

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Brigit

A long while ago Brigit came to me in a meditation and asked me to follow her. I didn’t particularly want to follow her, so I made a bargain with her. 129 more words

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An hour in the life of a... priestess?

Blogging Priestess series: #1

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Woke up this morning and the streets were full of cars
All bright and shiny like they’d just arrived from Mars.
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Deities with Problems with one Another

Even within a pantheon deities can have problems with one another. For example, The Morrigan never likes it when I speak to Siannon in a meditation. 39 more words

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Polytheism

I am a polytheist, which means I follow many deities. When I first started out, I read a book which said that you follow one male and one female deity as a “Lord and Lady”. 133 more words

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Irish Deity Names

When reading about Irish deities there are two things you have to bear in mind :-

1. Spellings are optional. A name may be spelt (depending on which source you read) as Tealte, Tailte and so on and so forth. 34 more words

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31 Days of Offerings - Days 6-11: Simple Steps Forward

Day 6-7: Keeping it Simple

Water. Whisky. Showing up.

Water. Whisky. Showing up.

Well water for the well spirits, the harvest deities whose time has passed. 348 more words

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