Monthly Archives: February 2016

YouTube Pagan Challenge Weeks 7 and 8

Hey guys! Here are a couple more videos. I forgot to share week 7 previously, so it’s here along with the current week 8.

YouTube Pagan Challenge Week7 (Mythological Texts) + Witchy Life Update

YouTube Pagan Challenge Week 8 (Patron Deity)

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YouTube Pagan ChallengeWeeks 5 and 6

Here are my videos for weeks 5 and 6 of the pagan YouTube challenge (I forgot to share them here when I first uploaded them).

Week 5: “What does this time of year mean to you?”

YouTube Pagan Challenge Week 5 (Imbolc)

Week 6: “What are your cultural influences?”

YouTube Pagan Challenge Week 6 (Cultural Influences)

ADF Dedicant Path: Fifth High Day Recap (Imbolc)

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My grove celebrated Imbolc on January 30th. We honored Bride as patron. Manannán mac Lir was the gatekeeper. I am feeling increasingly more comfortable around the people in my grove and, for this reason, feel more spiritually connected than I did during the first few High Days I attended with them. I brought my own praise offerings and spoke my praise out loud as I did last time. Even though I waffle over whether or not I believe the Powers can hear our thoughts, speaking out loud results in a more powerful experience for me. A particular highlight of this ritual were the tea candles we were allowed to take home with us. One of the grove members brought a candle that had been blessed at a shrine to Bride/St. Brigid in Kildare, Ireland and used it to light the tea candles. I could definitely feel Bride’s presence during the rite. The omens drawn to know whether or not the Gods, and Bride specifically, accepted our offerings were positive. The omen drawn asking for Bride’s word of wisdom to us was the rune, Elhaz, which I took to be more of a blessing than imparted wisdom, though it could be either.

 

Wind in the Worldtree

A site for Fyrnsidu and Anglo-Saxon Heathenry

Weiß Alb Hearth

“From the ashes a fire shall be woken, A light from the shadows shall spring; Renewed shall be blade that was broken, The crownless again shall be king.” - J.R.R. Tolkien

Seolfor Cwylla Heorþ

The Silver Well Hearth

Nature is Sacred

Exploring Pagan Spirituality from an Anglo Saxon Druid Perspective

Sage and Starshine

Druidry, Brighid, and priesthood in NYC

Vampire Mistress Violet Bloodmoon of The House of Roses

Remember Blood Red streaks on Velvet throats at night.

Grey Matters

Campus e-zine for Grey School of Wizardry

benebell wen

author + reader

Adventures and Musings of an Arch Druidess

Turning people into toads is usually redundant.

Blut und Hexenkunst

All things Hexerei

The Novel Faery

The adventures of a novelist, crazy cat lady, avid tea drinker, and chronic pain sufferer.

All in the Folk

A blog about Germanic Mythology & Folklore & Culture

corvusbruxoiberico.wordpress.com/

A blog to pour down my thoughts and experiences as a solitary Spanish Traditional Witch. And a place to meet and share in a Digital Sabbath... until we meet in Spirit

The Lone Heathen

The Lone Heathen - Solitary Practice In An Overcrowded World

Tegoslougos Nemotarvos

Tegoslougos Nemotarvos

Sundorwīc

5th century religion- 21st century living

The Ealdríce Théodish Fellowship

Anglo-Saxon Theodish Belief

"The Lokean"

...Because that's how it appears in search engines. -Ren (Tyrienne)

Everyday Asperger's

Life through the eyes of a female with Aspergers

Everyday Aspie

Relationships through the eyes of an autistic

amor et mortem

A foray into the phantasmagoria of everyday living by a polytheistic priestess and champion of the Humanities

Foxglove & Firmitas

Life, Death, & the Polytheist Revival

Misty Eyes

following where ancients have gone

Beth Wodandis Designs

Walk Your Path with Audacity

Silver and Gold

Musings of a Vanic Priestess (Freya: The Gold Thread)

The Book Addict's Guide to MBTI:

Literary, Historical & Fictional MBTI