Originally posted on Fluid Morality:
My pagan home is a place called The Cauldron.  If you’ve not checked it out, you really should. (shameless plug) The Cauldron (or TC, as we call it) is a perfect fit for me, being focused on discussion and debate rather than the spouting of fluffiness that “everybody knows”.  There’s…

Originally posted on #ADPhD:
Daina Ramey Berry and Deleso A. Alford, eds. Enslaved Women in America: An Encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2012. via Greenwood: This singular reference provides an authoritative account of the daily lives of enslaved women in the United States, from colonial times to emancipation following the Civil War. Through essays, photos, and primary…

Originally posted on Good Girls Inc:
September is finally here and that means that it is officially okay for me to start putting up some Fall decorations at my house. I love Fall and everything about it – warm autumn colors, crisp, cool air, cozy Fall sweaters, and sipping pumpkin spiced latte or apple cider.…

Originally posted on Druid Life:
This may not bear much resemblance to what I said at Asylum, because I was winging it, but following on from Tom’s Guest blog, some more thoughts about the curious relationship between the two. The list of identifiably mad creative genius types, is shocking. Depression and mental instability are widespread…

Originally posted on Druid Life:
You know who they are. The ones who don’t contribute anything. The ones who take up space and no one would miss if we culled them. The ones who are a veritable misuse of carbon atoms, and whose demise would improve the overall state of the planet. Who you are…

Originally posted on Freeman's Reviews:
And now for something completely different … wherein I publish a note from my Magical Record. This is pretty close to a traditional consecration; but check out what Polyphanes did if you want a completely pimped-out ritual. 0550 – 0640 Mercury Cazimi election Printed materials received from Spiritus_Mundi list(an…

Originally posted on Isiopolis:
Queen Hatshepsut depicted as a man, offering to the Deities The reason there was no post yesterday was because we were visiting the “Tutankhamon & the Golden Pharaohs” museum show in Seattle. So thought I’d share some photos with you for the post today. As you might expect given the title,…

Originally posted on Mystical Bewilderment:
Today, I’ve been doing some research into more hoodoo-leaning uncrossing and road-opener work. I’ve never actually done anything like this and aside from an occasional glance at hoodoo-related Etsy stores, I’ve never actually thought to head in this direction. However, when I begin to amass a list of possibilities in…