Originally posted on Blau Stern Schwarz Schlonge:
Image found awhile ago on www unknown source The Invocation of the Horned God in Witchcraft rituals was written by Doreen Valiente and we in the Coven of the Catta probably copied it from the Grimoire of Lady Sheba. I added the IO PAN because I am also…

Originally posted on Awakening in Amenti:
Tonight we sit up in anticipation. We sit in vigil with Wesir. We sit with his two sisters, His two queens. He remains gone. Our hearts still ache. Yet, something is stirring. He is the seed placed in the ground. He is covered with the earth. He lies in…

Originally posted on HELLENISMO:
  – I day – Noumenia- Νουμηνία “The most sacred of all days” Sacred to Apollo Noumenios, Zeus, Artemis Noumenia, Hera, Hermes, Hecate and to all the Household Gods. Sacrifices, purifications, libations, banquets and singing of hymns are some among the distinctive features of the first day of the lunar month.…

Originally posted on Awakening in Amenti:
The shrine is dark. His candle which is always lit, now is extinguished. Wesir is dead. Like last year, today is very cold. A harsh wind blows out of the West. Clouds are in the sky obscuring the full moon which hides behind them. Even when He is gone,…

Originally posted on Blau Stern Schwarz Schlonge:
Hey I want to thank the Medieval Witch Project for nominating me for the Witchy Blog Award which was started by the people at Aysyn’s Corner blog where once you are nominated you can go here to participate. Here is a clip from their blog of what this…

Originally posted on Naturalistic Paganism:
“The power of sacrificium (in Latin it means “to make sacred”) lies within us.” Ancient Hellenic Pagans didn’t acknowledge conflict between science and religion.* Yet we are quite familiar with their old myths: Homer and Hesiod have left us an immortal poetic heritage, full of  woo and unlikelihoods, where the…

Originally posted on Isiopolis:
It has always seemed to me that if ancient Egyptian religion had survived to modern times, it might look quite a bit like Hindu religion in India today. Egyptian offerings Puja offerings For instance, in a Hindu temple, puja or worship happens several times a day, including a morning service that serves…

Originally posted on Good Girls Inc:
Thanksgiving is just a week away and I for one can not wait for some turkey and homemade stuffing! Thanksgiving was always a big deal for me growing up – my family would all gather together to eat wonderful family recipes, tell stories, and just enjoy the company of…

Originally posted on Freeman's Reviews:
When thunderously terrible things happen, evil things that shake and remake a world, and then they are simply buried and forgotten, they tend to cause … issues later. Sometimes a long time later. The legend or memory of Atlantis tugs at our spirits. It was safely forgotten: Plato’s hints…

Originally posted on Druid Life:
This is a bit of a cheat blog, because I won’t be posting a proper one today – I’m at the druid network conference in Birmingham, and anticipate being very busy and probably not having any internet to speak of. So, it seemed like a good day to tout about…

Originally posted on By Stag and Eagle:
So I have been in the Caribbean for two and a half months now. It has been a whirlwind to be very honest. Vet School is quite the challenge and I am loving every minute of the course work. The only problem being down here is being stuck on…