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The Magic of Place

I am moving, soon, from a little house on a scant acre in the deep South to some small apartment in New York City. As I contemplate everything involved in moving, I am glad to get away from the problems in this poorly-considered rental house. 1,102 more words


Trad Craft

Hello lovely readers, it’s been a while.

If you thought perhaps that I had died: I am still, in fact, alive!

I’m been a busy bee this last month. 1,481 more words


The Journey Continues _ The Mystery of Love

A few weeks ago, I was feeling a little down. It occurred to me that, in less than two weeks, Valentine’s Day would be here and I hadn’t even decorated for it yet. 1,005 more words


cultural influences.

Question six of the (YouTube) Pagan Challenge is: what are your cultural influences? I was a little wary of this question at first, because cultural appropriation can be such a problem in the pagan community, and I almost felt like this question could be taken as: “What cultures did you borrow from to build your practice?” Which is an innocuous enough question, but could potentially lead to some pretty cringe-worthy answers. 394 more words


The tree falling in the forest has been heard

On February 11th 2016 the Ligo Collaboration announced that gravitational waves have been observed for the first time from the collision of two black holes over a billion light years away. 12 more words


Pagan Catholicism

Sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? Only that it’s not, and I have seen it happen in social media, at courses, and even in books now. 1,055 more words

The true story behind Valentine’s Day - Katherine DeFonzo

“The association of St. Valentine with romantic love can in many ways be traced to the poetry of medieval writers, the most notable among them being Geoffrey Chaucer. 826 more words