Monthly Archives: March 2012

Astrology & Birth Charts

Yesterday, I was reading some articles about astrology, and I found this website called Always Astrology, where you can create your birth chart for free. I have to say that I’m not really into astrology, but I find it very … Continue reading

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My Wiccan Rede II.

The Witch’s Book’s a Sacred Tool, don’t let It used be by a Fool! In here Thou can find Recipes, Potions, Spells, and Remedies. Every Book with a Wiccan Rede, shall be protected all (together with Mysteries that lay) within, from Bad … Continue reading

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Busy, Busy, Busy

I know I hadn’t created a post in a while, but things were (and still are) pretty hectic around here. I have to study for all of these tests I have in school, and I really don’t have any time for … Continue reading

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My Wiccan Rede I.

In the process of creating my book of shadows, I decided I will create my own wiccan rede. You can find many versions on the internet and almost all of them are different. There may also be some things that I … Continue reading

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Esbats — Pagan Blog Project ’12

Esbat is a celebration of a full moon. It is usually a coven meeting with a special full moon ritual, performed by the high priestess or the high priest. Solitary witches may have their own full moon rituals as well. Some … Continue reading

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Today’s Full Moon — 8 Mar. ’12

Today, on 8th March, 2012, there is the third full moon in 2012.

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Elder Flower — Pagan Blog Project ’12

Elder Flower Description: Elder flower is a shrub or small tree that grows 4–6 m high. Snow-white flowers are located on large inflorescences to 20 cm in diameter. The fruit is dark purple. Health: Elder is used for making herbal … Continue reading

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