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The Importance of the Right Coven

By Sunblade1500 (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons
The Witches Cottage, a hut in Bricket Wood, England, used by Gerald Gardner and his Bricket Wood Coven to perform rituals during the mid-20th century. 711 more words


Day 222 - Friday after All Saints Sunday

Read | Day 222 | Friday | November 06 | James 5

Reading | Treat you laborers justly! God hears their cries; be patient for the coming of the Lord; taking oaths; suffering > pray, cheerful > sing, sick > call the church for anointing, confess your sins, pray, bring back those who have wandered from the truth for God will save the sinner. 170 more words

Making a Commitment

“King Harald of England swearing fealty to William, Duke of Normandy, 1066”
by Myrabella. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

My longish silence here has been down to concentrating on preparing to take a commitment. 522 more words


Patience in Suffering

Here are my thoughts on James 5:7-12.

Summary: James begins by exhorting his readers – in light of the preceding passage – to be long-suffering until the next manifestation of God’s judgment. 537 more words


Don Quixote

   Don Quixote was a Spanish fictional character who read books of chivalry (knights, castles, etc.) which caused him to believe that he himself was a knight.   240 more words


Making Oaths To Lucifer

For many pagans/polytheists and even monotheists, they chose to make oaths to their deity to show their devotion. While this may be honorable to some, for ones that follow Lucifer it is actually not necessary. 163 more words


Part 2 – For a kingdom any oath may be broken – York’s title 1460



This is an essay about the legitimacy of the duke of York’s title to the English crown. 3,180 more words