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A Month of Devotional Thought... Again.

Χαίρετε πάντες!

It has been a while since I have actually written something on this blog myself. The past few posts have been reblogged from other people’s posts, and before that, there was a quiet period for a while. 898 more words


Imbolc 2017

Blessed Imbolc, friends. Although I haven’t been able to actually celebrate it yet (it’s a sunshine holiday with no sunshine, so I’ll just be doing my ritual tonight), because I haven’t been in my dorm at all today, I’ve still got the holiday in my mind. 230 more words


Last Chance Sale

Just a quick reminder that my last chance/clearance sale ends tonight at midnight (11:59 PM Eastern Time) and then all the pieces left in that category will be taken down and the beads, etc. 111 more words


Fun Hellenic Ritual Wear

Hey everyone! I just thought I’d share my ideas for ritual wear. These are for everyone, not just one gender, of course. I hope you like them! 106 more words


Aesop's Fables and Mental "Illness": The Crow And The Pitcher

Re-Purposing Aesop for Mental Illness/Mental Health Recovery

Aesop was an ancient Greek fabulist, or story-teller. He lived roughly 2,500 years ago (born c. 600 BC); his collected works are know as Aesop’s Fables. 403 more words


Four New Bracelets

Just listed this evening! Four new gemstone bracelets in the shop:

Celtic Triangle:

A gold triquetra cut-out charm with garnet, ruby-in-zoisite, and green aventurine strung on professional quality stretch cord. 107 more words


Walkthrough: the Tarot Apokalypsis

Per the request of a couple of viewers on my channel! Published in 2016, this deck may be of special interest to polytheists.