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Merry Ostara!

I can’t say that Ostara is my favorite holiday, but it’s in my Top Eight. 😉 That said, this year I am immensely glad that it is here. It’s been a relatively mild Winter all things given, but I have … Continue reading

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A Public Offering to Brigid

With fiery hair She walks the land Carrying a red hot flame in Her hand A red-eared cow always at Her side From Her there is no need to hide She’ll bring you healing and peace And cover you with … Continue reading

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Year Of The (Get) Kraken!

Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a great holiday season like I did. I’m not super fond of the Winter holidays (or of Winter in general), but I there was nothing I could really complain about this year. There … Continue reading

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How I Know I’m Doing The Right Thing

Yesterday I made the decision that despite Trump winning the presidency here in the states *shudders* that I wasn’t going to just stop being me. I wasn’t going to hide, I wasn’t going to be silent, I wasn’t going to … Continue reading

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A Very Norse (Pagan Pride) Day

At the beginning of the month I got to go to my very first Pagan Pride Day. I go to NYC’s Gay Pride Parade every year and have an absolute blast. Part of that is because I get to be … Continue reading

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Omnia + Poe = A Happy Raven

My (current) favorite band made a spoken word/song out of Edgar Allen Poe’s The Raven and it makes me so stupidly happy that I had to share. I adore Poe–have since I was a teenager and first started reading/writing poetry. … Continue reading

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Blessed Mabon and Happy Autumn Equinox!

Mabon blessings! This is easily one of my faaaaaaaaavorite sabbats. It is on the same level of favoriteness as Samhain, though for very different reasons. Samhain is the traditional witches holiday (obviously) and is generally one big party. Mabon though? … Continue reading

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