Everyday Pagans — They’re Legion!

Originally posted on hecatedemeter:
Thanks to everyone who’s responded to my EDP posts! I love these stories and will print more of them over the coming weeks. Meanwhile, please feel free to leave your story in comments or to email me. I’d like to know how you became a Pagan, how you make your living,…

Prayer to Freya

Originally posted on facingthefireswithin:
(Sent to a friend who was looking for prayers for a number of deities.) Hail Freya!   Hail Lady of the Falcon Cloak!   Hail Lady of Love!   Hail She Who Takes Half the Slain!   Thank you for all of your blessings and the change you bring.   Thank…

It Begins

Originally posted on In Jackal-Infested Waters:
*** New orders for ‘seconds’ currently suspended while I get to work making the ones already requested and then take a view of how much I have left of the dodgy clay. *** Okay guys, so… AMULETS. I will sell them to you. But at the moment there’s a…

What to look forward to in January at HP

Originally posted on Naturalistic Paganism:
Two-faced Roman god, Janus, looking backward toward the old year and forward toward the new year This month we conclude our early winter theme of “Beginnings”. This Month at HP Jan 3  Announcement of late winter theme/Call for papers Jan 5  “Without Gods”, Interview with Stifyn Emrys Jan 8  Postpagan…

Making a Shrine to Aset

Originally posted on Fiercely Bright One:
Disclaimer I honor the Kemetic Aset as opposed to Isis, the trans-cultural Goddess of Ten Thousand Names. So much of this reflects the Kemetic Aset and not necessarily the classical Isis. Shrine Area Aset’s shrine should be kept in private area (or as private area as you can make…