Monthly Archives: February 2012

Garden Planning 1

So, first I know that I said I was going to make Wednesday book reviews and I tried really hard to finish this book. However, life’s been complicated and I haven’t yet finished that book. I’ll try to post a … Continue reading

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Though heavy my heart shall always be: rebels of the sacred heart

There’s been a lot of noise in the news circles lately about the new healthcare legislation and birth control. The Catholic Church’s refuses to pay for birth control in their businesses. So, what do I care you’re thinking? I know, … Continue reading

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Drama, Douche-baggery, and Defensive Magick

Week 8 of PBP: For my second D post I was going to follow a few trends – but decided against it. I could have written volumes about depression – how it affects my spirituality, my belief, even the Gods and … Continue reading

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Travels Thru Middle Earth: Book Review

Travels Through Middle Earth: the Path of a Saxon Pagan, Alaric Albertsson, Llewellyn Publications, Woodburty, MN, 2009. Alaric Albertsson’s Travels Through Middle Earth: the Path of a Saxon Pagan is a good beginner book for anyone interested in the traditions … Continue reading

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Shark Week! Culture, Bodies, and Bleeding Intersect with Pagan Perspectives

Blood, we all have it, it’s the sticky substance that carries oxygen to our cells and cleans out our insides.  Women have a special relationship to blood – because our reproductive cycles clean themselves out once a month. Translation: we … Continue reading

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Dionysos: The God of the Rave

Week 7 of the PBP first D post on my god – Dionysos. Dionysos is the Greek god of wine, ecstasy, chaos, rebirth, and transformations. He promotes peace, civilization, and the rule of law through personifying the Wild. Dionsysos’ Wildness … Continue reading

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Mardi Gras and Dionysos: Secular Celebrations as Sacred Rituals

This time of year is important in many religious and secular traditions. February holds many traditional celebrations like Mardi Gras and Valentines Day. Both modern celebrations have their roots and correspondences with ancient festivals of the Greek and Roman world. … Continue reading

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Rape Jokes Aren’t Funny – and other stuff I’m often afraid to say

I’m a feminist. I’m proud of it. This week, all over the United States, colleges will be performing The Vagina Monologues and A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, A Prayer and other V-Day benefits. These are important acts; and this week … Continue reading

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PBP – Cleansing: A Personal Ritual

This is the second C week for PBP and I’m going to talk about cleansing.  A lot of people have covered cleansing last week and I’m sure there will be more articles this week. So this post is a little more … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Way of Wyrd

The Way of Wyrd. Brian Bates. Hay House, 2004 (Kindle edition). I’ve been ill for the past week or so and I totally admit that every time I started reading this book, I ended up asleep. I haven’t decided if … Continue reading

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