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Stealth Observance

Wednesday night at about midnight I stepped outside to pour a beer libation to Thor; this entailed getting a 24 ounce bottle of nice beer (Dragon’s Milk), opening it, briefly consecrating it on an indoor altar, thinking about how most people probably assume Thor is a comic book character, and then stepping outside to walk to the cherry tree in the front yard I usually pour them out under. 760 more words


Go with the Flow

Transitions lead to new life…if we allow them.

(Listen to my song “Pour Me Out” by clicking HERE)

+++ 2 Timothy 4:6

For I am already being poured out like a libation, and the time of my departure is at hand. 237 more words

Today's Contemplation

Approaching Deity

The Gods have personhood – by which I mean they have agency of their own. They are people in their own right. We often mistake the word people as being synonymous with human, as humanity is the only race on this planet that has been ascribed a level of personhood. 1,030 more words

Watermelon Never Stood a Chance When This Cool Cucumber Showed Up On The Scene

Summer is around the corner and there’s nothing better than the refreshing combination of cucumber and watermelon juice on a hot day. It’s lightly sweet, earthy and mild and the addition of lime, adds a bit of tartness that quenches the thirst and adds a bit more complexity. 88 more words

Eat + Drink

Chablis on Ice with a Cherry #WineWednesday

I’m not a big fan of sweet wines. As a young woman I drank what had been recommended to me by a man I dated who worked for a wine distributor. 327 more words

STL Black Bites


Sacred libation ceremony for our lynched sisters: Calling all spiritual warriors to do the work!

By Iya Marilyn Kai Jewett, Oni Sango

Calling all spiritual warriors of African descent to gather 3:00PM sharp, Sunday, March 26, rain or shine, at Congo (Washington) Square, 7th & Walnut Streets in Philadelphia for the Fourth Sacred Libation Ceremony in remembrance of the 150 documented Black women who were lynched between 1870 and 1957. 1,579 more words

African Women