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In Sacredness

What exactly does it mean when something is said to be sacred? Sacredness is that which dwells within. It is not something to be created. Sacredness is. It is experienced in the awareness of divine nature. If you cannot see … Continue reading

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Taking a Stand

There is a post making its rounds in social media stating the true facts about the origin of Thanksgiving. I had a few different reactions to what I read in that post. It provoked deep introspection, which is a good … Continue reading

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Purple Shadows

Through the realm of purple shadows, Misty veils and shifting season, Memory, myth and magic wonder Lead me from all mundane reason.   Distant echoes call to me From doorways webbed in darkened gloom, And through the clouded dimness I … Continue reading

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What Good Are The ‘Old Pagan Ways’?

  Why practice the ‘old Pagan ways’ when science has revealed how things really work? Recently, I have seen some Facebook posts about an article in April, 2013’s National Geographic magazine about Europe’s ‘Wild Man’ traditions. These traditions include elaborate … Continue reading

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The Three Transformations

Our human experiences create layers of energy patterns that cover our true natures like a skin, obscuring them beyond recognition. These layers bind us down to a repetitive pattern of reactions to the world around us. We feel alone, fighting … Continue reading

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Feeling Loved

    Patricia DeSandro  2011 While thinking about the different mythologies around the world involving a Divine Child and the nurturing of that child who would become the Light of the World, I mused on whether or not the Divine … Continue reading

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The Call of the Goddess

When I was three years old, the family story goes, I started drawing pictures of  full-figured females with ample breasts. I drew them over and over. Though my parents were impressed by my prodigious skills with a crayon, they were … Continue reading

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