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Offerings, and Doing Witchy Things When You Live in a Neighborhood

You probably make offerings to your deities, at least on holy days. I make offerings at the new moon, full moon, and waning moon. (I generally consider the full moon influence to last an entire day.) I make offerings when I ask for something. 425 more words


To Calm the Waters

Hello everybody!

I trust you all had a good week.  Mine was pretty okay.  I started a new job a couple of weeks ago that allows me to keep the lights on while I paint, my partner happy, and my cats fed.  737 more words


Goddesses of Creation

Goddesses of Creation

by Chelsea Luellon Bolton

Note: This  will be published in She Speaks Through Silence.

Aset is the North Wind and West Wind, 598 more words

Aset, Isis

Nectar of the Gods

In the ancient Greek myths, ambrosia (/æmˈbroʊʒə/, Greek: ἀμβροσία, “immortality”) is sometimes the food or drink of the Greek gods, often depicted as conferring… 17 more words

The Gods and Goddesses of Life and Death: The Legend of Pele


Here is an amazing telling of the legend of Pele. Enjoy!




You can read about Goddesses everywhere. A trendy hype? A new eso-wave? No. Because the so-called Goddesses have always symbolized different aspects of the female soul. 310 more words

Ingrid Auer

Self-Doubt, Wicca, and Paganism

My problem with self-doubt is such that I double-checked whether I needed the hyphen before I started writing this post.

It would be surprising not to have greater than average self-doubt when your memories of early childhood include your father telling you, “You can’t draw people. 605 more words