Meet the Modern-Day Pagans Who Celebrate the Ancient Gods

NOTE: Thank you to Narratively for the article!

 

Meet the Modern-Day Pagans Who Celebrate the Ancient Gods

NOTE: Thanks to The Heritage Council and HeritageMaps.ie for the article!

 

The Heritage Council and HeritageMaps.ie are pleased to announce the release of their latest dataset mapping Ireland’s mysterious Sheela-na-Gigs.

Launch of Sheela-na-Gigs Map

YULE🎄LOG — hocuspocus13

MAGICK WOOD Each wood you burn for your Yule Log releases its own kind of Magick ASH: protection/health ASPEN: understanding BIRCH: new beginnings HOLLY: inspires OAK: wisdom/healing/strength PINE: prosperity/growth WILLOW: desire 🔥LET THE MAGICK BEGIN🔥 Set up your Yule Log and light it Sit quietly by the light of the fire As the Yule Log […]

via YULE🎄LOG — hocuspocus13

Paganism Growing in The U.S. Army: Choose Your Own Gods

Paganism Growing in The U.S. Army: Choose Your Own Gods

OBOD’s A Druid Glossary

A year or two ago I posted a item called A Druid’s Glossary. Then late last year I posted an update to it stating that was created by  The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD). I have deleted that post. And I have posted as its own page on my blog. Its own page, not its own post.  The page is titled The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids A Druid Glossary.

Please be sure to give it a once over….

Nine Blessings!

Don’t Forget These 10 Rules When Placing Your Ganesha At Home Or Work

When you purchase your statuary of the Goddesses and Gods, whether by mail order or at your local Pagan/Occult store, do you give much thought where you are going to put them? Or do you just place them where you have room? Or in place where its convenient?  This article might give you some insight as to where they should/need to be placed for maximum effect or benefit. Please enjoy the read.

Don’t Forget These 10 Rules When Placing Your Ganesha At Home Or Work