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Week 12: Moon Magick

I am rounding off my Moon Month with a discussion on moon magick. This actually ties in with my post, last week, on the moon’s personalities… 171 more words

Advanced Year And A Day

The Launch of Conjure

Saturday 11th April was a busy day for me, but also a very special day. I’d spent the morning and afternoon at the Scottish Pagan Federation Conference and in the evening returned to Dundee to attend the launch party of a dear friend’s business. 305 more words

Witchcraft

Tarot Tuesday: 3 of Swords & 8 of Cups

Not happy cards at all, these two. They suggest pain and unhappiness, dissatisfaction. A need for change.

If you have the courage to face the problems you’re encountering with honesty, this can be viewed as a whole new beginning, as with the Death card. 147 more words

Courage

The Scottish Pagan Federation Conference 2015

It’s been a long time since I last wrote a blog post here. Life has been keeping me pleasantly busy since I started my degree in English Literature, spending time with loved ones and doing full time work. 676 more words

Witchcraft

Northern Ireland Certifies Its First Pagan Priest Since Time of St. Patrick

(Patrick Carberry: Source: Belfast Media Group)

I truly believe the Gods have a since of humor. For the first time in centuries, Northern Ireland has allowed Patrick Carberry, a shamanic healer and a pagan priest to be certified by authorities. 685 more words

News

Never Not the Neophyte | The Poet Priestess

Teaching can be exhausting, and not just because many of us teach on top of other commitments to work and family life. Teaching can be exhausting because you are sharing of yourself.

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Polytheism

Tarot Tuesday: The Emperor and Knight of Pentacles

Have you made a choice yet from the opportunities that were indicated last week?

If so, then these cards suggest that you’re ready to knuckle down and get to work, and that you have what it takes to get things moving – self-discipline, organisational skills, responsibility and a degree of caution, something that’s not always such a bad thing. 58 more words

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