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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

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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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X is for Xenomancy

Let me start by saying that X is a terrible letter to base a blog post on. You would not believe how many online encyclopedias I browsed through to find something to write about. 369 more words

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W is for Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop (or O Yea of Little Faith)

Before getting to the meat of the topic, I feel the need to share some background. I’ve practiced Witchcraft in various forms for many years. However, my practice has been mostly Eurocentric. 462 more words

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W is for Wheel of the Year

When I began working with my first coven, there was a heavy emphasis on marking every Sabbat. Regardless of what day the holiday fell on, we would rearrange our schedule, sometimes even skipping other important events in order to gather and celebrate. 899 more words

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