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Samhain 2014 (Part 1)

This post was prepared for the Pagan Blog Project on Saturday, November 1, 2014. 52 more words

Faith

From Here to Eternity


Sometimes the call of our before life and our after life is strong. For me, it is especially so in Autumn.  The life I am beyond this human existence sings to us on winds and as leaves fall and clouds dance. 77 more words

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Z is for Zsuzsanna Budapest’s Hex (Or My Role is the Magickal Community)

Before I start, let me put a disclaimer  on this post. Although Zsuzsana Budapest offers a segue into the topic, I have no ill feelings towards her. 992 more words

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Transitions - Spaces Between

February’s Pagan Blog Project topic is about Transitions.

In my experience transitions are some of the most uncomfortable yet profound places to be. When a caterpillar transitions to a butterfly, it is entirely reformed. 177 more words

Personal Development

Y is for Yemaya

As I mentioned in a previous post, I have felt drawn to African syncretic religions lately. In particular, the Orishas have been a constant presence in my life for several weeks. 328 more words

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Y is for Your Personal Theme Song

I know the title of the post is a bit of a stretch, but I’ve committed to finishing the Pagan Blog Project even though it has long since ended. 332 more words

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X is for X Marks the Spot

A veve is a ritual marking used in Vodou. Each Lwa (spirit) has a veve that is used to represent them. The veve is used both as a beacon to alert the Lwa of the ritual and as a gateway through which the Lwa can move into our realm. 203 more words

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