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Crystals for Creativity Part 2!

A few years ago I shared a post talking all about crystals that aid with creativity. With NaNoWriMo in a few short weeks, I thought I’d do a part two of it. This will be the first post in a … Continue reading

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Blessed Autumn Equinox~!

I probably mention this every year, but I can’t help it. This is my absolute, hands down, without a doubt, favorite holiday of the year. The air is crisp, leaves are starting to turn as Mother Nature shows us Her … Continue reading

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On Neo-Nazis Stealing Heathen Symbols

So, this is a thing that has been on my mind recently, and I wanted to speak on it. Because it affects me and the rest of the Heathen community a lot. Neo Nazis have been using the symbols of … Continue reading

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By The Light of a Candle’s Flame

Today (technically tonight and tomorrow–from sunset to sunset) is one of my beloved flameshifts for my patron Goddess, Brigid. So, in light of that, I decided to share several little updates about the creative things I have going on in … Continue reading

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Blessed Beltane!

This is one of my absolute favorite songs about Walpurgisnacht, and it is aptly named. Have a blessed day, and I hope the weather wherever you are is good! )o( ❤

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Tell me, Child

Tell me child have you heard The song of the stars The hum of the trees The beat of the Earth? Tell me child have you felt The rhythm of the sea The music of the dolphins The poetry of … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo and National Poetry Month!

Tomorrow is the beginning of April and therefore the start of Camp NaNoWriMo and National Poetry Month. What does a Pagan author do when the two fall together? Work on a Pagan Poetry Collection of course! I was going to … Continue reading

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