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    Mother, Maiden, Crone

    Mother Maiden, Crone
    I am just a Witch alone,
    honoring your many phases
    as my own….
    Changes come and go,
    tides rise and flow
    as your light continues to grow,
    peeking through the window as I sleep,
    my dreams you safely keep,
    Goddess of the Moon,
    your magick fills my room,
    with blessings of the womb,
    moonbeams dance upon these walls,
    like golden threads, spun on a loom,
    Stars circle round,
    like a silvery crown,
    as I draw your energy down..
    Many Blessings you continuously bestow
    with your magickal glow,
    as above… so below….
    Mother, Maiden, Crone
    I am just a Witch Alone….

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    Sinus Headache Pillow-

    Cut two pieces of material 10 x 4 inches and sew together. Making a bag, leave one end open and
    stuff your bag with the following ingredients;
    Mix together in a bowl;

    1/2 cup of flax seeds
    1 part crushed spearmint leaf
    1 part crushed peppermint leaf
    1 part lavender buds
    1 part eucalyptus leaf
    1 part rosemary leaf

    Stuff the bag and sew of the end.

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    Every Day is Caturday!
    But grandma! You look so cute as a kitty!!!
    Not necessarily all cats but that's okay icon smile Our Facebook RSS ALERT! None of the photos posted are mine (unless otherwise stated). I claim no ownership of any of the photos posted. If you know the owner of any of these pictures please tell me so that I may apply credit :). Blessed be )O(
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    Pagan Humor
    Got this one from @[572115829486403:274:Thug Witchcraft]
    Spot for the general pagan funny haha's :). ALERT! None of the photos posted are mine (unless otherwise stated). I claim no ownership of any of the photos posted. If you know the owner of any of these pictures please tell me so that I may apply credit :). Blessed be )O(
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  • Good morning everyone and its hump day and I have a day filled with things I don…
    Good morning everyone and its hump day and I have a day filled with things I don’t want to do but need to. I could just cancel but…. Now we all have days like this and although we have these moods we normal just get on and do what must be done and in most cases things are never as bad as we expect. So today if you facing one of those days may it be a swift day and a rewarding one.
    For everyone may the gods protect you and keep you safe Brightest Blessings Draco )o(/|\
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    and 10 days till Yule in the southern hemisphere
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    Just some quick tips
    We all need this!!! EEEK hate these things– they really freak me out!

    Tick Repellent

    Ticks can be troublesome outdoor pests, as they feed off the blood of mammals, and can carry and transfer bacteria and disease such as Lyme disease. Some retail products are designed to repel ticks, but these are many times high-priced items and no more effective than a simple homemade solution.

    Repellent for Pets

    For pets, add 1 cup of water to a spray bottle, followed by 2 cups of distilled white vinegar. Ticks hate the smell and taste of vinegar, and will be easily be repelled by this ingredient alone. Then, add two spoonfuls of vegetable or almond oil, which both contain sulfur (another natural tick repellent). To make a repellent that will also deter fleas, mix in a few spoonfuls of lemon juice, citrus oil, or peppermint oil, which will all repel ticks and fleas while also creating a scented repellent. Spray onto the pet's dry coat, staying away from sensitive areas including eyes, nose, mouth, and genitals. When outdoors for an extended period, spray this solution on two to three times per day. When pets are outdoors generally to use the restroom only, spray the solution onto the animal's coat once per day.

    A simple homemade repellent can be made with a few inexpensive household ingredients. In a spray bottle, mix 2 cups of distilled white vinegar and 1 cup of water. To make a scented solution so you do not smell like bitter vinegar all day, add 20 drops of your favorite essential oil or bath oil. Eucalyptus oil is a calm, soothing scent that also works as a tick repellent, while peppermint and citrus oils give off a strong crisp scent that also repel ticks. After mixing the solution, spray onto clothing, skin, and hair before going outdoors. Reapply every four hours to keep ticks at bay, and examine the skin and hair when returning home to make sure no ticks are on the body.

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    Odin is an ambivalent deity. The connotations old Norse for Odin Viking age are related to the "poetry and inspiration" as well as the "rage and madness".
    He is the god of knowledge, sacrificed one of his eyes in the well of Mimir, to thereby gain access to the wisdom of the ages, and it was the poets who did brave the mead of inspiration made by the dwarfs, the vessel called Óð-rœrir.13
    It is also associated with the concept of the Wild Hunt, Asgardreid, a loud, roaring across the sky movement, where he leads the armies of warriors muertos.14
    Consistent with this, Snorri Sturluson in the Prose Edda, Odin describes welcoming warriors who died heroically in battle, at his residence, Valhalla, which taken literally means "hall of the dead in battle".
    He is also the god of war, appearing throughout Norse myths as many who brought victories. In the Norse sagas, Odin sometimes acts as an instigator of war, and was said to be able to start them with just throwing his spear, Gungnir. Also sent to the Valkyries to influence battles and get the result you wanted. Could sometimes appear on the battlefield as the leader of the Nordics, carrying on his shoulders two ravens, called Hugin and Munin (thought and memory respectively), and accompanied by two wolves, Geri and Freki called.
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    Alfrodull is the sun in Norse mythology. "Glory of elfs" is the meaning of the name. Other names were also used. A chariot driven by a girl was thought to be the sun. Two horses pulled the chariot; their names were Arvak and Alsvid. Because she was being persued by the wolf, Skoll, she drove very fast. Before the world ends, she will have a daughter. Then Skoll will eat her, and her daughter will take her place. The sun does not give off light but gives heat. The horse's mane gave off light.
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    Daily Devotion of the Goddess:
    A Child's Evening Chant

    Mother Goddess (Father God) hear my prayer,
    Watch over my family with loving care.
    I see you dance around the trees,
    Hear your voice in the whispering breeze.
    I feel your touch as I sing and play,
    For I have not fear of the passing day.
    I see your beauty in the starlit sky,
    Never do I worry to ask you why.
    No fear is within me on the darkest nights,
    For your blessings shine brighter than any light.
    Mother Goddess (Father God) hear my prayer,
    Watch over my family with loving care.
    Blessed Be.

    Lady Abigail
    Copyright © 06132010

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    The image of Pan is a familiar one – half a goat and half a man, Pan looks like no other god. His body is that of a muscular man with a broad chest and strong arms, while below the waist he has the shaggy thighs and cloven hooves of a goat. His face is bearded and upon his head are a pair of horns.

    Pan has his origins in the Greek region of Arcadia (sometimes called Arcady). This is a secluded rural mountainous region in the Peloponnesian peninsular. This name was originally derived from a word ‘paein’ meaning ‘pasture’ and he was the god of shepherds, fields and wild places. Because Pan means ‘all’ in Greek, the classical Greeks of the ancient worlds considered Pan to be the god of greatest rank.

    Pan is a rustic god. His domain is pastures, fields, woodland groves and mountainous regions. He is also associated with the sudden fear that can be felt in wild, dangerous places and, as such, he gives his name to the word ‘panic’. He has been known to cause sudden panic in large crowds and even armies on the field of battle. It was said that when he was born, his mother ran in fear after seeing his face.

    As a god of nature he is associated with the Spring and fertility. The ancient Greeks often depicted him as a phallic god who attempted to copulate with anything that he could catch – whether it be maiden, nymph, shepherd or goat.

    Pan and the Dryads – artist unknown

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    Lemon Balm Tea
    Lemon balm is in full bloom by Litha, so it's a perfect opportunity to make a pitcher of cool lemon balm tea!
  • What kind of pagan are YOU!!! A fun little quiz my result are
    You Scored as Sham…

    What kind of pagan are YOU!!! A fun little quiz my result are
    You Scored as Shamanic Pagan
    A shamanic pagan's roots are generally found in Native American faith. A true love and respect for the earth and all that it yields is central to their faith. Wisdom is most often found in spirit guides or totems, who can be animals, ancestors, or spirits. Pagans who follow this path tend to be far more aware of the delicate web that interweaves the lives of every person and thus move within that web accordingly. They're usually deeply insightful, friendly, loving people and excellent friends and parents. Mysterious and strong, as well, they are often the protectors of their friends and family as well as the moral compass for their friends and loved ones.

    Shamanic Pagan 90%
    Eastern Pagan 85%
    Ecclectic Pagan 75%
    Greek Pantheonic Pagan 70%
    Zoroastrian Pagan 65%
    Norse Pantheonic Pagan (Asatru) 60%
    Roman Pantheonic Pagan 60%
    Celtic Pantheonic Pagan 50%
    Egyptian Pantheonic Pagan 50%
    Kabbalistic Pagan 30%
    Catholic (Pagan?) 10%
    Sumerian, Babylonian, and Mesopotamian Pagans 5%


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  • 4th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Tree of Knowledge.
    Characteristics: Day of double m…

    4th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Tree of Knowledge.
    Characteristics: Day of double meaning, good and bad at the same time. Day when we have to make a choice between good and evil. Symbolically may mean a Biblical tree of knowledge that carries a fruit of good and evil.

    Recommendations: Today it is important to think many times before making an important decision. Day best spent taking care of home and family. It is necessary to spend some time alone today, and think of ancestors that passed away. Day when our throat Chakra, is activated and singing holy hymns, prayers and mantras is recommended.

    Precautions: Actions that are not well thought of should be avoided, and are dangerous. Cutting of trees and flowers, as well as harming any living beings should be avoided. Group work is not recommended.

  • Wednesday — Woden's day
    Middle English wodnesday, wednesday, or wednesdai
    Old E…

    Wednesday — Woden's day
    Middle English wodnesday, wednesday, or wednesdai
    Old English wodnesdæg "Woden's day"
    Latin dies Mercurii "day of Mercury"
    Ancient Greek hemera Hermu "day of Hermes"

    Woden is the chief Anglo-Saxon/Teutonic god. Woden is the leader of the Wild Hunt. Woden is from wod "violently insane" + -en "headship". He is identified with the Norse Odin.

    Mercury is the Roman god of commerce, travel, theivery, eloquence and science. He is the messenger of the other gods.

    Hermes is the Greek god of commerce, invention, cunning, and theft. He is the messenger and herald of the other gods. He serves as patron of travelers and rogues, and as the conductor of the dead to Hades.

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