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Artemis, Goddess of Mothers of Daughters

I was married before I knew there was such a thing as paganism. I was a mother before I became a polytheist. In other words, as long as I have been a pagan, I have been well out of Artemis’ realm. 51 more words

It's Personal

How I Talk With Gods - Pt. 3

This aspect is rather important for me. Though it has become increasingly easier to completely immerse myself, and leave doubts behind, in the Otherworld and my experiences over There, my memories help solidify things in an interesting (to me) way. 1,664 more words


How I Talk With Gods - Pt. 2

My Method
Ok, so I’m going to divide this into the talking/hearing communications, and the journeying communications.

Talking With Them
As I said, most of my conversations with what my brain interprets most easily as words, happens when I don’t have enough focus or energy to journey to Them. 1,643 more words


How I Talk With Gods - Pt. 1

I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while, though it always seems strange talking about things that are quite personal. But really, I’ve given up on caring what the nay-sayers will say. 1,438 more words


Agency, Authority, and Obligation

Devotional Polytheism is built around a few fairly consistent beliefs:

1: The Gods are many.
2: The Gods are real, distinct entities with agency.
3: We can form two-way, personal relationships with Them. 2,584 more words

Religion And Spirituality

Miaƫrowyn reblogged this on The Forest Witch and commented:

So many of my thoughts articulated! Thank you, Ember!

A Month (or two) for Baldr - XXX - Suggestions

So, what would I suggest to you, who may be interested in getting to know Baldr, and haven’t previously done so?

If you’re like me, you can do your reading, as I’ve said time and again, there isn’t much lore about Him, but it does give you a glimpse into His character, what has made Him Who He is. 240 more words


A Month (or two) for Baldr - XXIX - Interesting Personal UPG

Hmm, I can’t say that I have anything weird or out of the ordinary. Though really, I don’t often hear of many people who work with Him anyway (though it seems like a few more people have popped up on the interwebs the past few months). 145 more words