Originally posted on Isiopolis:
Tonight we work the Ritual of the Twelve Hours of the Night. From sundown to sunup, a few of my beloved friends—who are most kind to undertake this ordeal this with me—and I will be in ritual. On one hand, we are test-driving this new ritual (and making corrections) for the…

Originally posted on Awakening in Amenti:
 Tonight I sit at Tawy House across from the shrine dedicated to the god Djehuty. This evening we celebrated the festival of Aset Luminous. The last few days the weather has been about 100 degrees every day, and the humidity hasn’t been much better. However tonight we were blessed…

Originally posted on Mystical Bewilderment:
When the lady who is awesome did my past-life oracular session for me, she actually gave me a two-for. The first one was more like a soul retrieval and I’m going to get into what she saw, followed by the actual life in question. I already discussed the second past…

Originally posted on The Pagan Values Blogject:
So in doing some searches to update/make sure that the 2012 event archive was complete, I discovered a couple of posts from 2011 that I had missed adding… Pagan Family Values by Stacy at Inspired by Life (original blog here, and new domain here) and Pagan Family Values?…

Originally posted on the Victorian era:
A long time ago I wrote about Keats and the saddest life story: one of the most romantic poets, living a very short and unhappy life, and now being tragically undervalued by, well, by most people (except Percy Bysshe Shelley but even that was not much of a consolation!)…

Originally posted on hecatedemeter:
I bow to the lark and its tiny lifted silhouette fluttering before infinity. I promise myself to the mountain and to the foundation from which my future comes. I make my vow to the stream flowing beneath, and to the water falling toward all thirst, and I pledge myself to the…