Tag Archives: Goddess

PBP: Thoughts on Queenship

Pagan Blog Project 2013: Q is for Queenship. The Wiccan triple Goddess is traditionally Maiden-Mother-Crone; representing the female lifecycle.  However in my personal practice I tend to think and work a little differently.  In my own mind and practice I … Continue reading

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The Maiden’s Dance

PBP M is for Maidenhood. Wicca is a mystery tradition as much as it is an Earth based spirituality.  While some Wiccans may focus more on cycles of the earth, the Triple Goddess is central to Wicca.    This article … Continue reading

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What is really keeping me from my blog: Rape.

A month ago or so, I told myself I’d just jump back into this project and everything would be easy.  I assumed I’d just go right back into PBP.  It was more difficult than I’d imagined. One of the things that … Continue reading

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Witchy Wednesdays: Exploring Minoan Goddesses

I am totally doing this Witchy Wednesday thing out-of-order.  Some  of these prompts I really like but I don’t have the kind of time I want to put into writing them now. Especially the picture ones, because my cameras aren’t … Continue reading

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Gods, Goddess, and Gender from one’s Grrrl’s Perspective

PBP Week 13 (yay lucky 13!):  G is for Gender I am the kind of Pagan that worships gods and goddesses.  I know not all Pagans do, and even among those of us who do worship gods and goddesses, there is … Continue reading

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Aphrodite: my observations

Relationships change over time, with both people and deities. One of the deities I have worked with the longest is Aphrodite. When I was younger I saw Aphrodite as a goddess of love and beauty, a warm welcoming mother-like goddess … Continue reading

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