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 on: November 23, 2014, 06:04:52 AM 
Started by Ashe Isadora - Last post by Aunt Thora
Thanksgiving is a good time for us.  My family likes to take the time and look back on the blessings received and check over what is still needed through the year.  And Yes by all means if possible give.  My favourite thing is to share a big dinner with family and friends.  My favourite one was when we had about 36 people for Thanksgiving dinner.  So much food.  This year will be spent with my little family.   

 on: November 22, 2014, 11:58:43 AM 
Started by Ashe Isadora - Last post by Draconis Rex
Thanksgiving is primarily an American and Canadian thing, it's not something we celebrate in this country (UK). I respect it though and I respect what it originally stood for. I don't really know what else I can say about it.

 on: November 22, 2014, 11:04:46 AM 
Started by Ashe Isadora - Last post by MoonlitWings
I enjoy getting together on Thanksgiving..well normally its just me, my mom, brother, and sister, but still, family time! I'm quite glad I'm not working. Even though we won't be cooking this year, going to a buffet, so at least I will be able to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner out with my family. Next year hopefully we can cook, then I can make some vegan dishes to share! We most likely will be donating some food this year again as well. Give what you can to help others, right? :)

 on: November 22, 2014, 10:25:41 AM 
Started by Ashe Isadora - Last post by Ashe Isadora
Me  too.  And I make sure the neighborhood stray cats and my own dog from a rescue organization get some turkey.  It just feels good to acknowledge that being able to share is a luxury and a privilege for the giver as well as the recipient.
Though the tie-in is tenuous I'm also grateful for the religious freedom, such as it is, that we have.

 on: November 22, 2014, 10:13:32 AM 
Started by Ashe Isadora - Last post by Arnemetia
I love Thanksgiving also.  I love to cook and share that with others.  It also starts a favorite time of year when folks seem to show a gentler side to themselves.  The grumpy guy in the market is seen buying a food bag for needy families and folks come together to help each other out.  It just makes me feel all warm and fuzzy...

 on: November 22, 2014, 07:33:51 AM 
Started by Ashe Isadora - Last post by Ashe Isadora
As a Wiccan, Thanksgiving is one holiday I can share with others regardless of their beliefs and REALLY feel good about.  Though there are religious overtones for some, I think about how lucky my husband and I are to have enough to be comfortable, and enough left over to share. Though Wicca isn't what the pilgrims had in mind(!), still their struggle to freely practice religion resonates with me.  The generosity of the Native Americans who helped them survive should also be honored at this time IMHO.

For Americans on this site, how do you feel about this holiday? How do others who are not Americans see Thanksgiving?

 on: November 21, 2014, 06:32:40 AM 
Started by Jamni90 - Last post by oldghost
Here another one he should read . " The Pagan Path : The Wiccan Way of Life " by Janet& Steward Farrar & Gavin Bone .

 on: November 21, 2014, 04:02:33 AM 
Started by Lonan - Last post by oldghost
Lonan , are you just looking for a simple circle casting ( a like in introducing yourself to your God/dess ) or do you want one for a special purpose ?.

Have you cleansed and purified all your tools ?.

 on: November 21, 2014, 12:47:16 AM 
Started by Augadelume - Last post by oldghost
Augadelume , yes and know, you are correct in that lucid dreaming is having the dream as if you are fully awake and that you are totally aware , sight , sound , taste smell . The dream itself is not controlled by you . What you are think about is Guided Dreaming that is somewhat harder . It is when you start the dream while you are still awake and continue it though sleep until waking .

 on: November 19, 2014, 05:36:51 AM 
Started by Jamni90 - Last post by Ashe Isadora
There are a several books that can be a good resource.  The Truth About Witchcraft by Scott Cunningham and When Someone You Love is Wiccan by Carl McColman are good starting points in helping to know how to explain your beliefs.

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