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Angry Egg Spell

Angry egg spell

This isn’t a spell to make eggs angry, but to release the anger and frustration we sometimes find ourselves hanging onto.  Release the Kraken!  Seriously, you will feel much better afterwards.  Better to let it all go than allow it to fester ‘coz then things can get really messy.

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Title: Pagan Portals: Gods and Goddesses of Wales: A Practical Introduction to Welsh Deities and Their Stories

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Posted by on in Studies Blogs

We're all trying to become better people. We've slogged through endless exercises for positive thinking, and we hope to evolve in the fullness of time so that we might commit fewer mistakes. But, in the meantime, what a long, bumpy, land-mine strewn road it is! And we are always told that there are no shortcuts.

Oh come on, not even one? Isn't there at least one little trick, one small Get-Out-of-Jail-Free card that we can use to our benefit when the going gets rough?

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Posted by on in Culture Blogs
Element of Spirit and Reptiles

Nile Crocodile:

One of the most well-known of crocodiles is the Nile crocodile of Africa, who is a fearsome predator of animals and people.  Ancient Egyptians saw the Nile crocodile as their fearsome God Sobek. An aggressive God, Sobek represented the power of the Pharaoh.  However, He was also their God of fertility and protection. A link to the deep past, the Nile crocodile is respected and feared.  As Sobek, the Nile crocodile is a part of the primal strength of nature. 

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Posted by on in Signs & Portents
Spring, Spring Has Come!

Greetings all, readers! It is finally the Spring Equinox, also known in Germanic traditions as Ostara (from which the name Easter derives, though not the holiday). Either regarded as the start of spring or its midpoint, the Spring Equinox is widely regarded around the world as an important occasion for when the days begin to grow longer than the nights and the natural world begins to blossom in full.

As we always do we’ve gathered all of our related posts as well as those from around the internet we thought you might enjoy . We hope you have a great time this spring!

-Aryós Héngwis

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  • Arwen Lynch
    Arwen Lynch says #
    What a great list! Thanks for doing this.

Posted by on in SageWoman Blogs
The Child's Season

 

            I am home. It is Wednesday and I should be at work, but a migraine has commanded otherwise. I felt the first uneasy stirrings last night while hiding candy-filled eggs and overstuffed baskets for my sons, but I thought a good night’s sleep would set me to rights. Nope. Instead of working I am in bed, notebook propped on a pillow, a cool cloth on my forehead, listening to birds outside my window. I suppose there are worse ways to welcome Ostara.

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Posted by on in SageWoman Blogs

Ostara 2019, A Tarot Blog Hop

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  • Arwen Lynch
    Arwen Lynch says #
    I've got a friend that happens to. Her dead relatives routinely wake her up as they are crossing over.
  • Ania
    Ania says #
    That's the one. Only those close though. Strangers leave me alone.
  • Ania
    Ania says #
    The dead don't talk to me, but they have been known to visit on their way out of the door.
  • Jay Cassels
    Jay Cassels says #
    Brilliant post Arwen! I'm really impressed at how many decks and boxes you've amassed, I think I have a mountain; you have a conti
  • Arwen Lynch
    Arwen Lynch says #
    Right? So we have to set ground rules for them.

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