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Statues in Chicago

DISCLAIMER: This week’s blog post doesn’t necessarily have a Wiccan spin to it, but I was inspired because of my Wiccan faith. I hope you enjoy! 870 more words


The First Morning Of April 2016

The first Morning of April 2016 has started here in Ireland with our usual spring rains

So time for a small poem to welcome it home once again …… 94 more words


The irony of our world.  

Irony of our world:

When the Middle Eastern patriarchy came to power, they (new priests) started spread many stories about their “fake martyr path” to victory, even so they were the real invaders and destroyers (after the murder many rebel-followers of previous matriarchal system). 176 more words

Moments in Rome - Belief : Believe... - Poem by Steven Piz.

Believe… – Poem by Steven Piz.

I believe
I believe in a lot
I believe in music
I believe in writing
I believe in listing… 79 more words

Nigel Borrington

ABCs of Slavic Mythology – Radegast

It is believed that Radegast is a god of hospitality, fertility and crops, associated with war and the Sun. He is said to be protector of travelers, traders, foreigners; patron of hospitality. 146 more words


Talon's Point of the Day - Oct.18th, 2015 Bury your gods

In January of 2014 I posted the following:

“That which you lust for you worship.  That which you worship is your god.” – Talon “You shall have no other gods before you.” – God, Exodus 20:3…

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UFOs in Middle Age and Renaissance Paintings

A fourteenth century fresco of the Madonna and Child depict on the top right side the image of a UFO hovering in the distance. A blow up of this fresco reveals tremendous details about this UFO including port holes. 837 more words

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