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The Wildwood Tarot and Approaching The Witches Cauldron


When I came back to tarot, one deck that sat in my cart for a long time, was the Wildwood Tarot. I loved the earthy symbolism, and the Celtic basis. 401 more words

The Sin Eater's Daughter by Melinda Sailsbury

Yay last one!

Blurb

I am the perfect weapon.

I kill with a single touch.

Twylla is blessed. The Gods have chosen her to marry a prince, and rule the kingdom.

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Book Reviews

The Ages of Man

Terrors wait through the sun-kissed sylvan days,

Still and unblinking while confident steps

Ringed with chatter and laughter pass blindly.

With steady purpose, they hold their calling – 120 more words

Fantasy

If only I could find my hating fire

Burning through the limbs that feared to exist

Looking out at the grey complacency,

Respectability’s smothering ash; 87 more words

The Columns at Karnak

He once used a ring
to prolong his erection,
and panicked, rock hard
and throbbing,
when it couldn’t be removed.

I thought of the columns… 62 more words

Poetry

"The Gods Left Us" / Memorable Fancies #1575

[“…the no-longer of the gods who fled and the not-yet of what is to come.” – Heidegger]

Our priests tell us that our old gods left us because we were sinners and didn’t deserve their blessings. 13 more words

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Oh, Poseidon...

The sorcerer explained to me that magic and time were fluid, like water.

He said those who honed their talents might someday touch the gods. 28 more words