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N.C. Wiccans, Witches and Pagans, Oh My!!!

Soooo in my feed today was this article in Patheos by the lovely Gardnerian HPS, Thorn Mooney. It is a response to the often heard statement ” “I can’t find any… 792 more words

The Old Ways

The Epiphany

The Feast of the Epiphany is celebrated on January 6th.  That historical date is rooted as the three Magi presented its’ three gifts to the baby Jesus twelve days after his birth.   324 more words

Food, Christmas, Cookies, Dessert, Italy, Italian

The horse that followed me to Benevento

I didn’t expect to see the horse.  The guidebooks never mentioned that one would be there, nor that others would be hidden in the same space. 973 more words

Italy

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A look back (first published in April 2015): since this visit to Benevento I've discovered another horse of Mimmo Paladino's in Naples. This horse, possibly even more striking than the others, stands on the roof of the MADRE (Museum of contemporary Art DonnaREgina) in the city.

First blog post

I plan on posting about life as a college student. And more than that as a different type of college student. One who prefers to stay in writing a blog on a Saturday night than go out partying. 157 more words

Boston Photostroll

As you all probably guessed from my post on Saturday; I was in Boston.

I got some of my favorite photos together in the slideshow below. 161 more words

Photos

Strega Beliefs

(The “Corno”, devil’s horn, protects from bad luck.)

The Evil Eye (Malocchio)

The Evil Eye, or Malocchio, is one of the most ancient and widespread superstitions of the whole Mediterranean basin.  748 more words

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The European Witch Burnings 

The “witches” of Europe were women and men from villages all across Europe who were involved with their indigenous spiritual traditions. Each small village in Europe had its own rich customs about the natural world and the unseen realms. 270 more words

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