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Shapeshifting Goddesses by Judith Shaw

Magic, divine intervention, shapeshifting – what do these things offer the modern mind, concerned with time clocks, definitive proofs and skeptical disbelief? Yet to the ancients, shapeshifting was a well known tale, found in stories and mythologies across the world. 970 more words

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Toronto set to host 2018 Parliament of the World’s Religions

Reblogged from The Wild Hunt. We do not endorse any or all of the religions attending, of course, but since our main branch is now based in Toronto, we do intend to make our presence known, and participate as much as possible. 212 more words

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Of Mead And Molotov

It is the first of May.

For Pagans, witches, and druids, this is Beltane, a celebration of the beginning of summer observed almost continuously in much of the European world for centuries. 1,083 more words

Anarchism

My First Post at Paganbloggers.com!

Hey, y’all! My first post is up at Paganbloggers.com!

You can find it here: What is Chaos Paganism? An Introduction.

My blog at PG.com is called Chaos Paganism, and will be the place I write most of my posts about the path I’m building for myself to hopefully share with others. 105 more words

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Darkness and Light by Judith Shaw

“Deep in their roots, all flowers keep the light.” – Theodore Roethke

“Returning violence for violence multiplies violence,
adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. 744 more words

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BLOT - my way

During the recent few years, everything Viking has become more popular than ever. And while I think this is great, some of us are still struggling to get used to what best can be described as that feeling you would get if you’ve anchored in that secred, secluded bay you thought only you knew about, when suddenly a bunch of cabin cruisers full of loud people arrive. 442 more words

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MistressPrime reblogged this on A Real Witch of Orange County and commented:

This is a post from one of my favorite blogs to follow.

ADF Dedicant Path: Book Review #1

I’ve been putting off the book-review portion of the DP for some time now. I was/am not sure if I still plan to submit my essays for official approval, so it hasn’t been a priority. 530 more words

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