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 21 
 on: November 17, 2014, 06:30:24 PM 
Started by Lonan - Last post by Ashe Isadora
it's okay.  Do you have a working altar?

 22 
 on: November 17, 2014, 12:16:57 PM 
Started by Augadelume - Last post by Augadelume
Ok I am trying to understand what it means when a god or goddess is a god/goddess of sovereignty this may be a silly question but I tend to overthink things sometimes and I fear I may be doing it this time. Now here is what I have narrowed it down to that it means that either nothing happens without them controlling it and having say over everything or that they just answer to no one and control everything pertaining unto them. For example The Morrigan is a Goddess of Sovereignty as one of her aspects would that mean that she is in control of everything or that she is in control of everything pertaining to her? thank you for your help in advance and Blessed Be!!!

 23 
 on: November 17, 2014, 08:00:33 AM 
Started by Lonan - Last post by Lonan
I meant how to cast a circle the correct way sorry for the confusion

 24 
 on: November 14, 2014, 06:27:42 PM 
Started by Lonan - Last post by Ashe Isadora
Og gave sound, classic info on circumscribing a circle.  Is this what you want or are you asking how to cast circle?

 25 
 on: November 14, 2014, 12:30:50 PM 
Started by Lonan - Last post by oldghost
Depend on or in what you want to draw the  circle  if you mean for and Altar or a circle of protection then thank is simple . take a pin , tack , nails and place it where every you want the circle to be . Take a string and a piece of chalk or a pencil and put tie it on the other end of the string that you have tied to the tack in the center . Get it tight and walk around until the chalk or pencil line is complete .  :-p :-p

 26 
 on: November 14, 2014, 09:30:41 AM 
Started by Lonan - Last post by Lonan
Can any one tell me the correct way to draw a circle just for myself

 27 
 on: November 11, 2014, 04:08:43 PM 
Started by Bardon Keene - Last post by Marni
I'm not sure whether being slightly unhinged is a prerequisite for even wanting to be a king, or whether constantly having to look at the tops of people's heads as they grovel before you, permanently warps your psyche in slantendicular ways, giving you a sense of entitlement which you don't really deserve ..... not to mention underlings saying things like "Your merest whim is my command, Sire...." It does funny things to your mind, I would think - though probably no more so than being President or Prime Minister at the present time.

Once upon a time a man became king by being chosen by the High Priestess, a procedure which strikes me as eminently civilized. In more recent eras it became simply a matter of doing in all other potential candidates, "with extreme prejudice" as the saying goes, which essentially means that the strongest, most determined and most ruthless (or perhaps just the sneakiest) contender wins. Belonging to the right family (and the right religion) helped, of course. But then, having become king, you're continually glancing over your shoulder, wondering who among your courtiers is plotting to murder you .... if you're not crazy to begin with, you stand an excellent chance of going gradually bonkers in a very few years. Not many kings, emperors, czars, pharaohs or whatever, pre-19th century, died peacefully in their beds at an advanced age.

I wouldn't want the job, myself. Although as I think I might have mentioned before, I was May King for a year in our local Pagan community, having "won" the Great Wild Boar Hunt - actually, throwing wooden javelins at an image of a wild boar painted on a sheet of plywood. I didn't get to marry the High Priestess, though.....

Alchymist.


I quite agree. European monarchies are the product of a shrunken and inter-related gene pool. Lots of historical examples to support that. How else would you explain Prince Edward?





 28 
 on: November 10, 2014, 12:48:46 AM 
Started by Bardon Keene - Last post by Alchymist
I'm not sure whether being slightly unhinged is a prerequisite for even wanting to be a king, or whether constantly having to look at the tops of people's heads as they grovel before you, permanently warps your psyche in slantendicular ways, giving you a sense of entitlement which you don't really deserve ..... not to mention underlings saying things like "Your merest whim is my command, Sire...." It does funny things to your mind, I would think - though probably no more so than being President or Prime Minister at the present time.

Once upon a time a man became king by being chosen by the High Priestess, a procedure which strikes me as eminently civilized. In more recent eras it became simply a matter of doing in all other potential candidates, "with extreme prejudice" as the saying goes, which essentially means that the strongest, most determined and most ruthless (or perhaps just the sneakiest) contender wins. Belonging to the right family (and the right religion) helped, of course. But then, having become king, you're continually glancing over your shoulder, wondering who among your courtiers is plotting to murder you .... if you're not crazy to begin with, you stand an excellent chance of going gradually bonkers in a very few years. Not many kings, emperors, czars, pharaohs or whatever, pre-19th century, died peacefully in their beds at an advanced age.

I wouldn't want the job, myself. Although as I think I might have mentioned before, I was May King for a year in our local Pagan community, having "won" the Great Wild Boar Hunt - actually, throwing wooden javelins at an image of a wild boar painted on a sheet of plywood. I didn't get to marry the High Priestess, though.....

Alchymist.

 29 
 on: November 09, 2014, 06:09:11 PM 
Started by Bardon Keene - Last post by Firesong
 ;)

 30 
 on: November 09, 2014, 03:44:17 PM 
Started by Aunt Thora - Last post by oldghost
Agreed , but one main lesson to learn is that flip floppy are dangerous , take care .

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