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Ode to the Moon

Ode to the Moon

Anqet, Goddess of the Nile by Thornerose, http://www.deviantart.com/art/Anqet-Goddess-of-the-Nile-58549051

Luna, The mysterious magical Queen of the Night,

Mistress of the skies and Divine Empress of the Heavens. 125 more words

Pagan

Two Hundred Posts Later...,

I don’t really enjoy talking about my little blog.

I’d rather just tell the stories.

Stories are powerful.

They can shape the world, if we let them. 640 more words

Religion

The Dog

A little bit over a year ago I lost my sense of purpose, my compass.

My devotional relationship with Athena started as suddenly as it ended. 978 more words

Paganism

The Myth of the Pagan Passcard

By Pegi Eyers

(As a “manifesto” addressed to white folks in Pagan Community, my sincere apologies to people of colour or mixed heritage who may feel excluded.) 2,438 more words

Cultural Commentary

The Backward Face

In Egyptian mythology, Seth-Typhon is often considered to be the enemy of Osiris and Horus. This is accurate insofar as Seth (1) drowns and dismembers Osiris and (2) has a feud with Horus that lasts for a ridiculously long time. 1,048 more words

Faith

Cross Crafting: Duality between Christianity and Paganism [Lithuania]

Country: Lithuania

In Lithuania, the last European state to abandon paganism officially in 1387, Cross Crafting is referred to the tradition of making crosses and altars. 279 more words

Lithuania

Yule Traditions: Yule Log and Evergreens

I’ve been attempting to do some research on a few Yule traditions and decided to dedicate a post to the Yule Log and to the roles Evergreen trees played as well (or the roles that they actually didn’t play). 696 more words

Traditions