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Happy Earth Day!

(Sorry about my crappy phone pictures.)

So originally, I was going to celebrate Earth day by doing something for Zemyna and Perkunas (the Baltic Earth Goddess and Thunder God, respectively). 483 more words

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Scattered Stones

I know I’ve already written a post about Sobek, but I think I’m going to have to write a second. See, Sobek has become a really active influence in my life recently. 669 more words

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Musing on Sobek

So a quick rundown on Sobek: he’s a crocodile god of the river Nile, in Egypt. He had a cult center in Kom Ombo that he shared with Horus the Elder, and he was occasionally said to be the son of Neith, goddess of… well… lots of things. 539 more words

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A Religion of Boredom

Religion is great, right? You get to learn new stuff. You get to develop a personal practice that works well for your needs. You get the opportunity to develop relationships with the gods. 1,405 more words

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On Truth and Ma'at

A couple days ago, I wrote a piece talking about personal ma’at, in reference to being overworked. And today, I want to continue talking about personal Ma’at. 490 more words

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Making Room for Ma'at

Ma’at is a complex deity. She’s the balance of the universe; she’s truth; she’s good action and strong community. She’s quite a bit more than that, and I’m not sure I’ve even got a good definition of her down now, but for this post, I think that this definition will do. 363 more words

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Mysteries 2015, Pt 2

A month ago I locked one of my patron deities in a box. Shortly beforehand, he told me to spend the month of solitude “taking care of myself.” I didn’t like this idea, as I had mentioned in my… 1,009 more words

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