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Mirrors of Mystery

Mirrors have been tools of magic since time immemorial. Shiny, smooth reflective surfaces have lent themselves so well to the imagination and intuition. It is little wonder that these portals to another world promote psychic awareness. Obsidian and other types of shimmering rocks and volcanic glasses presented themselves to primitive peoples as opportunities to communicate with unseen spirits, which is what we modern folk do when we are accessing energy. 

When Harry Potter famously looked into his magic mirror, he awakened the masses to this tradition, and I have heard that sales of magic mirrors have skyrocketed. Throughout history, people looking for answers have used mirrors and even bowls filled with ink to peer into another dimension. Gazing balls and pools have also served for dealing with the divine.

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 The Best Chainsaws of 2022 - Best-Selling & Top Rated Chain Saws

A True Parable


It once so happened that a great thunderstorm blew through a certain pagan festival. In its aftermath, it was discovered that a tree had fallen and crushed a tent beneath it.

(Fortunately, the tent was empty at the time, and no one was injured.)

A certain man, a forester by trade, then—with parental consent—instructed the festival's teenage boys, his own son among them, in the safe use and handling of chainsaws.

In no time at all, under his careful supervision, the fallen tree was cut into billets that, when duly dried, will feed the fires of future festivals.

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USA Lawmaker Attacks Heathen Religious Symbol

In a video on MSN, an "expert" identifies the Valknut as "a symbol used by white supremacists" which AOC then repeats. The symbol is hard to see in the video but it is verbally identified as a Valknut. The video does not say anything about the man with the Valknut, it says the symbol itself is a white supremacist symbol.  

video link here: 

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New Moon in Leo + Lammas Blessings!

Dear Moon Muser,

Coming up is the New Moon in Leo AND Lammas (first harvest, pagan-style). Time to love yourself MORE. Right now.

Iris Fairy Affirmation: My journey is safely guided. (From the Fairy Herbal Oracle Deck by Kathy Crabbe)

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They say that every time

you find a feather

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  • Jamie
    Jamie says #
    Molly, Love the graphic. I kid you not. Many years ago, I was outside reading a book during a break at work. A crow feather fell
  • Molly
    Molly says #
    Aww! I love that story. So great!
The Minoan Genius: Religion and Cultural Exchange

The Minoans were a seafaring, trading people who traveled all over the eastern Mediterranean and points beyond. During those travels, they encountered other cultures. They brought back objects from faraway places: cylinder seals from Mesopotamia, carved stone jars and jewelry from Egypt. They probably brought back spouses/partners from the places they traveled to.

They also brought deities back with them.

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Charm Boxes

Charm boxes, also known as spell boxes, are simple tools of magic you can easily make for yourself. Ancient cultures, particularly the Native Americans, Greeks, Celts, and Egyptians, used boxes for ceremonial magic and for the storage of sacred objects. Is not the famed biblical ark of the covenant a magical box?  

During medieval times, much spell work revolved around boxes. Even a young woman’s hope chest is a type of magical box, filled with the wishes, intentions, and materials for a happy marriage. 

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