I live a life of devotion. I love my Gods. Sometimes they talk to me in my dreams. Since today is a very auspicious day, dated 12-13-14, I thought it appropriate to finally post a dream conversation I had with the Goddess Fortuna. This is a re-post from my old Mindsay blog. So posting this … Continue reading The Message of Goddess Fortuna
I grew up Evangelical Christian, and in my mother's house we had more than a healthy fear of The Devil. That fear was especially keen during the early 1980's when day care sex abuse hysteria, also known as "the Satanic Panic" (because all of the allegations of satanic ritual abuse that went along with the … Continue reading Who’s Afraid of the Devil?
I have twenty years experience giving psychic Tarot readings, I've worked as an Occult Consultant for paranormal investigations, I moonlight as a Spirit Medium, and I seek to serve my community as an Oracle, but I will be the first to tell you that not everything us so-called "psychics" tell you are true. In the … Continue reading What You Thought the Oracle Said Wasn’t True: A Guide on How to Read a Psychic
There needs to be more shrines -- in every city -- on every block -- places of peace -- sanctuaries for silence, comfort, where I am embraced by Gods... Places of seeking, sharing, spaces of Away-from-Time and into Nature-Nurture. I seek a shrine nested in nature, un-interrupting the trees, a haven for birds and squirrels … Continue reading Postcard #46: Home at the Shrine
Do not judge and you will never be mistaken. ~Jean Jacques Rousseau If you are insecure about what you believe, much less what you practice, chances are you are losing your religion. Or perhaps the faith was not yours to keep to begin with? If you become embarrassed by the way your fellows worship, could … Continue reading Why You Don’t Have to be Ashamed of Paganism
**UPDATE 10/12/2014: When I first wrote this introduction I thought I had all my ducks in a row on this subject, but the research and concentration needed to completely cover what I intended to finish could not be done in a matter of weeks, let alone years. Now I do not know if I ever … Continue reading Therapeutic Magic & Mental Illness, an Introduction
"Have Witches always been evil throughout history?" The innocent and curious may ask. "If so," the ones who misunderstand say, "why call yourself a Witch since it is synonymous with an evildoer?" Some modern Witches suggest the witch as evildoer is a myth, that the term was never meant to be used to describe someone who … Continue reading Where Witches Came From