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Indy pagan pride day 2013

Houston Tx is having theirs Oct 26th, I will sooooooo be there, can't wait  (Sep 29, 2013 | post #7)

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Rev. Mirado Crow

Hey Wolf Spirit- I know you don't know me, but I wanted to just say that anyone who is going around and lying about the good name of another person will eventually get their own karma. Any injustice that has been done will come to light, it always eventually does. I honestly don't know much about Rev Mirado Crow, but if they're a good person, and so far from what I've read online, he seems cool to me, good things will come. light will shine over darkness in our most traumatic of times. Any way, best wishes to you and your friend. Blessed Be  (Sep 15, 2013 | post #3)

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Basic Tools of Wicca

I'm not Wiccan, nor am I completely traditional, I'm just me, however what I've learned in Witchcraft in general is that one only needs the right energy for the situation, imagination, and will power. The rest of the tools are useful and cool to use, but not necessary from my experience, if don't have anything else, you have yourself.  (Sep 6, 2013 | post #18)

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Pagan Community

Jumper, don't try to act all innocent now that your feelings are hurt. I know that the truth is hard to accept, but I believe that even trolls such as yourself can get past it and move on. I have my own personal beliefs like every other Pagan out there. And as we all know, every individual Pagan walks their own Path, whether their apart of a specific tradition or not. NO ONE'S PATH WILL EVER BE THE SAME. There have been times when I've attended a ritual with others who do things different, and believe a little different because of their path, but I didn't let that stop me from having a good time, and connecting with my Deities, I actually embrace all differences, and love to learn about them, knowledge is power man. But if you're confident enough, and passionate enough about yourself, then you shouldn't let differences stop you from connecting with the Divine. We're not like other religions out there who say "these are the rules, and if you break them, you'll go to this place for all eternity and suffer" So if we could all realize that, I believe it could help us connect. We're all brothers and sisters so can't we all just get along?  (Jul 7, 2013 | post #25)

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What does religious freedom mean?

What you just described is YOUR path, the fact that you think religion is "mumbo jumo" is a part of it. A path doesn't mean you're religious, it means whatever you yourself believe, no one's is the same.....duh  (May 26, 2013 | post #992)

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Law change 'could lead to Jedi and Pagan weddings': Torie...

175,000 Jedi Knights? Sounds like they found the droids they were looking for, lmao, just kidding, couldn't help it, no disrespect.  (May 19, 2013 | post #3)

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Proof God is imaginary

I agree with Pagan and Proud, for them it is black and white, it either exists or it doesn't. The fact that they use so much of their energy trying to prove their point that something doesn't exist isn't an act to prove their faith, because they have none. However I do respect their opinions as I respect all that are different from mine.  (May 2, 2013 | post #6)

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weather magick?

One of the most important things about being a Witch is believing in yourself, and listening to you gut. Doubt can seriously effect not only our outcomes, but how we feel about ourselves. When it comes to magic, and where you stand on if yours is real or fake, you need to look deep inside yourself, and have faith in your abilities. And depending on where you want to go with weather magic, or what your desired outcome is I should say, depends on if it's dangerous or not. There are a lot of things we can do that sounds harmless, however if not thought out carefully CAN be dangerous, so the magic we perform WILL in fact affect many aspects in the world. So my advice, dig deep inside yourself, the answer lies you.  (Apr 20, 2013 | post #2)

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What do you consider me?

Hey there, you can be Pagan without having a deity, many Pagans and Witches worship Mother Earth, and/or the spirits that walk the earth. I love the fact that I can be Pagan and incorporate what I feel into what I do, and the same goes for you dear. Don't let anyone tell you what you believe is wrong. If your heart isn't completely in something, it can tend to not be effective not only for spellwork and such, but it's not effective for you to grow as a person. There are also a such thing as Agnostic Witches. I'm not one, I have a few deities, but that's the best part. I also love the variety of different paths, I don't believe we were all meant to walk the same path, believe the same beliefs, we're all special in our own way because of our individuality.  (Apr 13, 2013 | post #7)

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how to

Like Ken Ra said, keep a piece of it with you and focus on your intent, put the right kind of energy in it, and also it helps to imagine yourself being safe and protected from whatever it is you need protecting from. Energy, Imagination, and Will Power are all important factors in any magical working.  (Apr 2, 2013 | post #4)

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Scoot Blog: The ridiculous attack on Easter

I like I've said am by no means Christian but....I don't think they should take the word "Easter" out of that Holiday, nor do I think they should take the word "Christ" out of Christmas. When we as Pagans and Wiccans speak of our Holidays, such as the recent Ostara, people don't expect us to change their names because it offends them, because it's really not the name, it's the people. Easter, Christmas, and Halloween are all Christian holidays, derived from Pagans of course, but since they've changed the names, and the meanings behind the holidays, they've made them they're own. Ostara, Yule, and Samhain are what we as Pagans celebrate, and we've made them our own. Holidays for other religions can all be respected without having to change their name or whatever on someone else's expense. It's simple, if it's not your religion, and not a Holiday you wish to celebrate, then shut up about it and leave it alone, because it has nothing to do with you  (Mar 30, 2013 | post #8)

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Finding your witchcraft path

Very true, there are others out there, and I do mean other Witches and Pagans, who don't know that.  (Mar 30, 2013 | post #15)

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Finding your witchcraft path

I also believe you don't need the fancy stuff to make things happen. All I need is the right energy for the situation, imagination, and will power. Those are the 3 most important tools for a Witch, however, even though I don't need the fancy stuff, the rituals, the altar, candles, etc, I still love them and use them. And yes things that you are intending to happen don't always happen, but then that's where I believe the higher powers come in and intervene for a reason. I also am not afraid of the dark side. Nature is both dark and light all at the same time, and there's beauty in all of it :)  (Mar 30, 2013 | post #12)

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Finding your witchcraft path

Yes Wicca is a religion, and Witchcraft is the practice of magic and sorcery. It's also important to know that you don't have to be Wiccan to be a religious Witch. I love and respect my Wiccan friends, but I'm not Wiccan, I'm more Traditional.  (Mar 23, 2013 | post #1)

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Paganism, still rebuilding

Re building, and becoming strong as ever. Even though some Christians and Catholics still fear us, we're becoming more widely excepted. This time, the "holy" people can't burn our temples, burn our books, and rape and kill our people.  (Mar 18, 2013 | post #1)