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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyrstorm View Post
    I've done HSF every year that it's existed. I have two pieces of art in the book that gave birth to the ritual.

    Sorita is a friend, so I'm biased about her work. lol
    ooooo are you going to tell me which ones?

    If you click on Coven Kutani in my sig, the first post that should come up is be preparing a space for HSF and then some moon shots after ritual.
    i have more moon shots on my facebook, as they wouldn't all upload,
    No pictures were actually taken of the rite.
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    My current pagan path has evolved over the years, it's been quite a process actually:

    I am a highly eclectic witch. I practice with abandon old-fashioned and quaint kitchen witchery, but I've also performed rituals within a cast circle amongst all the pomp and ceremony of High Magick. I have steeped myself in dark and mysterious hoodoo practices, and I have followed the herbal path of the green witch. I worship the Mother Goddess, and I relegate the God to His rightful place as Her consort. I am many things. My spiritual practices and beliefs are widely varied and uniquely personal.

    I have successfully combined all of the magickal practices listed above (kitchen witchery, hoodoo, green witchcraft, & Dianic Wicca) on my Personal Spiritual Path, which I've dubbed: Gray Magerium
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amythyst View Post
    My current pagan path has evolved over the years, it's been quite a process actually:

    I am a highly eclectic witch. I practice with abandon old-fashioned and quaint kitchen witchery, but I've also performed rituals within a cast circle amongst all the pomp and ceremony of High Magick. I have steeped myself in dark and mysterious hoodoo practices, and I have followed the herbal path of the green witch. I worship the Mother Goddess, and I relegate the God to His rightful place as Her consort. I am many things. My spiritual practices and beliefs are widely varied and uniquely personal.

    I have successfully combined all of the magickal practices listed above (kitchen witchery, hoodoo, green witchcraft, & Dianic Wicca) on my Personal Spiritual Path, which I've dubbed: Gray Magerium
    To be clear, do you mean relagate as:

    rel·e·gate
    ˈreləˌɡāt/
    verb
    consign or dismiss to an inferior rank or position.

    ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morr View Post

    I myself am on a weird duel reconstructionist path that I sort of combined. I follow both Irish Gaelic Polytheism and Asatru. Even though both are reconstructionist in nature, and it may seem odd I follow two cultures, it actually sort of works! In fact, the Irish and Norse historically met, exchanged ideas and have shared each other's cultures. Overall, they have similar ways and cultural traditions.
    It's funny you mention that. I'm Celtic reconstructionist (witch), but my academic background is early medieval Britain, specifically Anglo-Saxons, so I tried Asatru for a while. Didn't stick though, I'm sorry to say. Everyone was super nice, but I just didn't connect as much as I thought I would, and my old gods just finally called me back. So here I am with the Welsh (and a little of the Irish) Celtic team: Rhiannon and Lleu Llaw Gyffes (Lugh)

    But I'm also a bit witchy. I do cast spells and brew potions and all the rest of it. I like having both the religion and the practice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by October View Post
    It's funny you mention that. I'm Celtic reconstructionist (witch), but my academic background is early medieval Britain, specifically Anglo-Saxons, so I tried Asatru for a while. Didn't stick though, I'm sorry to say. Everyone was super nice, but I just didn't connect as much as I thought I would, and my old gods just finally called me back. So here I am with the Welsh (and a little of the Irish) Celtic team: Rhiannon and Lleu Llaw Gyffes (Lugh)

    But I'm also a bit witchy. I do cast spells and brew potions and all the rest of it. I like having both the religion and the practice.
    October, thats cool! Asatru is not for everyone! I have only gotten into it the past few years. I found an online presence of Asatru practitioners, and have become involved in the community. I have not abandoned my Celtic (Irish) Gods, however.. These days I am close to Brigid. The Morrigan will always have a soft spot in my heart, though I have moved on from my relationship with her, and have learned much from her.

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    I am a Heathen, polytheist and witch. I honor Holle, Odin, Thor and Ullr. I do mostly folk magic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DracoJesi View Post
    ooooo are you going to tell me which ones?

    If you click on Coven Kutani in my sig, the first post that should come up is be preparing a space for HSF and then some moon shots after ritual.
    i have more moon shots on my facebook, as they wouldn't all upload,
    No pictures were actually taken of the rite.
    I'll have to look them up. But if you look at the contents, I'm listed as Sara Croft in there. Pg. 260 and 291. (found it!)
    (Sorry, I vanished. Life has been rough this year, and I'm not coping now that the holidays are coming.)
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    Let's see. Scratches head. Pagan. Yeah, that's it… I was a pagan. Lots of Wiccan back then. Solitary. I self-dedicated then promptly wandered off to find a Goddess since no one else's was working. Pantheism was working… then one day… Today, a whole lot of life badness and my practice is 95% wishful thinking. Pantheism still works and I have zero problem putting that in circle, on the altar, and in prayers. She is still Goddess but I put masks on her now and then for my focus. I have two primary Goddess images on my wall: an unnamed Nebula full of stars and dust; and a very large pink watercolor rose. Most days she is All or Nothing or Everything. Other days she is Bee Goddess or Owl Goddess or just Goddess. No God for me -- he gets plenty of attention in the wrong ways, and I've got enough bad juju in my life. Since I'm almost completely housebound now, I am so grateful to be back here.
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