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The Devil Message - Tarot of the Vampyres

Hello lovelies,

Today’s message from the Tarot of the Vampyres, by Ian Daniels, comes from the card The Devil.

“The Devil portrayed in this card is not the evil figure as characterized by some interpretations of the Bible, but rather an image of fiery creative energy.

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Card Reading

The Devil & The Dust Bowl: Carnival Skies Breathe Life Through His Eyes

I am surprisingly not a massive jumble of hate wrath ruminations and self-loathing tonight! I’m doing my damndest to not think overly in destructive ways about how that sweet sexy beautiful man of mine- the one I have been fascinated with like a moth to a flame, had said he was ditching me on one of my 3 nights(he has these odd things called, ummm…what were they again? 603 more words

Borderline Personality Disorder

"Satan's" Impeccable Timing

Lessons on confronting the adversary…

Saturday morning I was reminded that Satan is real. “He” showed up on my doorstep in the person condemning me to hell for, in so many words, being a witch.  778 more words

Inspiration

We'll Always Have Hell

“What if everyone on Earth finally decided to live a life free of sin?” I broke the Sunday silence at The House on the Hill with a deep, philosophical question. 489 more words

Humor

No other Gospel - do not waste your time!

Are you listening to the words of man? Are you torn between the words of one preacher to the other? Which gospel do you follow? Many a man will want to draw you to his word, not His Word. 373 more words

Truth

The Lord's Prayer: On Earth as in Heaven

We are now on to the next request to God. We have recognized and kept in mind that the Lord is sovereign over us; it is by His will alone that we live, move, and have our being (Acts 17:28). 1,755 more words

Lutheran

Review: The VVitch (A New England Folktale) [2015]

a review by the Crow Azure-Winged Magpie VVitch.

This New England Folktale

OPENING THOUGHTS

The Crow: The VVitch, subtitled A New England Folktale, alternatively known as… 1,888 more words

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