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 91 
 on: May 02, 2017, 10:13:11 AM 
Started by cheese - Last post by cheese
I guess I need to explain why I have so many posts.... 

I used to post here, quite often, and then drifted away.  I'd show up every few years to say "hi" and see what was going on.

Hope that clarifies things.

 :)


****and just like a newb, I post this in the wrong forum.  Sweet****

 92 
 on: May 02, 2017, 10:11:37 AM 
Started by cheese - Last post by cheese
So, it finally happened.

A few weeks ago, my girlfriend went to "Drums in the Swamp" (a pagan festival outside of Baton Rouge, Louisiana) as a vendor.  Well, she ended up selling squat, so she closed up shop and went to a few shamanistic workshops. 

And... She fell in love with the whole thing.  So to speak.  As she was telling me about her experiences, I mentioned that I have several friends who are in OBOD, and I've considered joining, but I've never "pulled the trigger" on joining.  I mentioned that I've dipped my toe into paganism, but never made the plunge.  I mentioned that I'm reiki attuned (by a Catholic nun, if you can believe it!  :) )

Well, we ordered the OBOD introductory material a few days ago, and it should be arriving next week sometime.  :)

I've always been attracted to paganism, but it took years and years for my lingering Catholicism to fall away.  Looks like it finally has fallen away and I'm actually really excited about this next step in my spiritual journey. 

 93 
 on: May 01, 2017, 08:45:46 PM 
Started by strange_seeker - Last post by marisol
Welcome back! I always feel like my old posts are ::).



Blessings, marisol

 94 
 on: May 01, 2017, 06:58:55 PM 
Started by strange_seeker - Last post by strange_seeker
So, I haven't posted since I was a freshman in college. I'm looking back at my old posts and CRINGING. BAD.  :o ::)

Anyway, how has everyone been? :)

 95 
 on: April 24, 2017, 08:06:37 AM 
Started by Bishop - Last post by Ashe Isadora
Sometimes it is hard for those that are starting out to be able be find the truth amidst all the bull . There are those who's speal come over so convincing that people believe it and it's not just the con they fall for but their own need to find something more then what they have .


That is one of the many reasons why places like this site are important . Here one can find the truth from those that have experience​d so much . We can guide those that seek to understand the traps that those new can fall into .


Being a mentor or teacher or even a guide can bring one a reward greater then any monetary value can ever . To help those that come after us and to keep what we believe to continue to grow is worth the effort .
What he said.

 96 
 on: April 24, 2017, 06:47:28 AM 
Started by Bishop - Last post by oldghost
Sometimes it is hard for those that are starting out to be able be find the truth amidst all the bull . There are those who's speal come over so convincing that people believe it and it's not just the con they fall for but their own need to find something more then what they have .


That is one of the many reasons why places like this site are important . Here one can find the truth from those that have experience​d so much . We can guide those that seek to understand the traps that those new can fall into .


Being a mentor or teacher or even a guide can bring one a reward greater then any monetary value can ever . To help those that come after us and to keep what we believe to continue to grow is worth the effort .




 97 
 on: April 23, 2017, 04:08:35 PM 
Started by oldghost - Last post by Micheál
Just our coven's Sabbat which falls on that Sunday before. Bealtaine mirrors Samhain in that liminal time "between the worlds," so we have a few little customs regarding that.

Luckily the four Celtic fire festivals, or greater Wiccan sabbats fall on bank holidays, so there's a few Bealtaine festivals throughout the country, but nowadays I usually spend an extra day off of work at the pub!

 98 
 on: April 22, 2017, 08:37:58 PM 
Started by Bishop - Last post by Ashe Isadora
I'd like to mention that Wiccan teachers are prohibited charging money for teaching the Wiccan religion, but are not prohibited from asking reasonable fees for things that are craft related but not specifically Wiccan.  It's perfectly proper to charge fairly to teach tarot, or do a house blessing, for example.  It's my impression that Ms Fox charges for phone counseling sessions (she is a psychologist, I believe), which wouldn't violate Wicca ethics as long as she isn't teaching Wicca when she does it. Whether Circle Sanctuary has gone overboard as a profit making enterprise (they are Pagan btw, not Wiccan) is a different question.  Sounds like they have.


 99 
 on: April 22, 2017, 11:04:58 AM 
Started by silver flame13 - Last post by oldghost
Let's hope in the future you heed your dreams before you have any conflict . The others could just have been watching to see who came out ahead . Good fortune in your future .

 100 
 on: April 21, 2017, 02:09:48 PM 
Started by silver flame13 - Last post by silver flame13
hello oldghost thank you for the reply its been quite helpful,

 I think the wolves represent people from my life the red-furred one is the only one I have since been able to identify  the only one to dislike me their fur colour matches this persons hair colour and I did get the sense that my red-furred sister was going to cause me harm and this person has so I guess it was abit of forewarning that I didn't see till it was too late.  :-p

 as for the rest of them there seemed to be no other concerns but with the hunt I still remember the sensations they were intense the savage joy of the chase was amazing, I had a craving for venison for weeks after lol.

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