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Slanterrash the Chained

A demonic deity that is usually depicted as a grotesquely obese, horned humanoid, bound and chained.

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Reblog: Before the First Step, a Pause

Before Beltane, a reflection about liminal spaces by an ADF priestess… because Beltane is a liminal holiday, just like Samhain! But at Beltane, the Nature’s power is at its peak. 7 more words

Religião E Espiritualidade

The Art of Miles Davis

Miles Davis takes up a lot of room on my shelves. His autobiography sits among my books. His music proliferates among the cassettes and LPs and CDs. 461 more words

Miles Davis



Hey Widow… It was fun chatting with you after the bout, but I can’t help feeling we got cut short before we’d really scratched the surface. 570 more words



Tulsi is a special plant. It’s the Goddess. Every morning this Indian mother would perform puja to Tulsi and other Hindu Gods living in her house. 51 more words

Meditation Week

Deity of the Day for April 26th is Ceres, Goddess of Agriculture

Deity of the Day


Goddess of Agriculture

Areas of Influence: Ceres was the Roman Goddess of agriculture and grain. The word cereal is derived from her name. 776 more words

Daily Posts

Baphomet: Know Thyself

For months, I’ve been intending to write a post on that enigmatic Goat-God, Baphomet. Everything I wrote seemed either too long or too glib, or so weird that I worried my meaning would be obscured. 1,256 more words