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Nature Spirit Tarot: Deck Interview

OMG, you guys! I love my Nature Spirit tarot deck even more than when I first found it. I got it back in August, my first RW-style tarot deck. 560 more words


Widening Horizons

I love my Pagan and Wiccan life. I love communicating with all the Pagans, Wiccans, witches, druids, and occultists on my social media sites. We have a good time comparing and contrasting the way we live our paths on a daily basis. 519 more words

Social Media

Niamh of the Golden Hair by Judith Shaw

Niamh (meaning ‘bright’ or ‘radiant’) of the Golden Hair, one of the Tuatha de Danann and daughter of Mannanan mac Lir, Celtic God of the Sea, was Queen in the land of Tír na nÓg (pronounced Tear na Noge), the most famous of the Celtic Otherworlds. 954 more words


Sounds that Soothe

Being that it’s Sunday, writing about this is fairly appropriate especially since the rest of my family are devout Christians.  Now, this song was originally written as a… 896 more words

General Contemplation

Sabbats, Holy Days, Holidays

I am not Wiccan. As shared in a previous post, I was as a teenager just finding out there were religious options other than Christian, but I’ve changed since then, and Wicca is no longer the proper place for me in under the Pagan umbrella. 701 more words


It’s Autumn in the Southern Hemisphere – not Spring/Eostar by Glenys Livingstone

Despite the chocolate bunnies, eggs and toy chickens in the shops along with the coaxing to buy and celebrate Easter at this time in Australia, it is not Spring: Earth here does not seem to co-operate with the Consumer Faith, built as it is around the Northern Hemisphere and dominant Christian calendar. 1,201 more words


Body of Nature by Oxana Poberejnaia

In the medieval European philosophy, woman’s body was seen as a vessel filled with sins, while man was regarded as a more spiritual being. This is one of the reasons why the concept of body is reassessed in feminist studies and why body is elevated in neo-paganism and Goddess spirituality. 1,036 more words