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Killing the One Who Gives us Rest

When I read this on my Facebook page this morning, I had a vision of the cosmos as the body of what many call God, and all of us resting on it–or clinging to it–and few of us noticing that we rest on a diety.   95 more words


The Zoroastrian's Ruins in Kachho region, Sindh, Pakistan

Sindh, a southern province of Pakistan has been remaining very prosperous and fertile in historic heritage since prehistoric period. Unfortunately, the invaders of western and northern countries always attacked and ruled on the Sindh. 3,742 more words


Iran's North Khorasan Province: Aspakhu Fire Temple

The Aspakhu (Espakhou) Fire Temple is one of the oldest structures in Iran’s North Khorasan Province. According to studies and excavations it belongs to the… 328 more words



I’m at it again. Blogging. Maybe I’ll stick to it this time!

Anyway! Welcome to Tea and Sorcery! This blog focuses on my life as a practising witch, tarot reader, spider whisperer and creator of things. 1,043 more words



I was very involved with the Christian church when I was a kid. Part of the reason was that I really liked it. Sunday school and other Bible lessons were kind of like regular school in that we were memorizing information and doing activities and having contests about what we knew, and since I liked regular school, it’s logical that I enjoyed Sunday school too. 1,082 more words

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Zoroastrianism: Speaking the Language of Heart and Mind

Communication is at the core of our very existence. We are very passionate about sharing our thoughts, views, concepts, and many other things that is on our mind and heart. 1,515 more words


3 Ancient Religions You Might Not Have Known Were Still Around

Ever been reading those history books you have lying around and thought, “What a crazy religion that is. I wonder what those people were like…”? 757 more words