My fellow Pagan, blogger, and social media junkie Kimberly over at Gypsey’s Treasures recently blogged an exploration of the crossover that Pagans often observe occurring in the Christian religious community. Continue reading
There is programming at PantheaCon on Monday morning. I considered a few workshops, but opted instead to sleep in, have breakfast in my room, and take my time to pack. It was a good plan. Continue reading
I decided to sleep in this morning, which means I woke up at 9 a.m. instead of 7 a.m. Continue reading
Today was another great at PantheaCon. Continue reading
The serpent will come from the hole
On the brown Day of Bride,
Though there should be three feet of snow
On the flat surface of the ground.
There’s no snow here in tropical South Florida and I won’t be watching for serpents emerging from their holes, but I’ll tune in to see what groundhog Punxsutawney Phil has to say about the winter and light a candle for Brigid.
Happy Imbolc! Continue reading
I’ve mentioned here and there that I’m Pagan, but I haven’t elucidated on what that means. Since I’m gathering with my coven today, I thought it would be a good time to get into it.
Last night, during the full moon observance with the coven, I drew a tarot card for the year: the Two of Swords. When I first saw the card, I was unimpressed, but the more I examined it, the more I realized how appropriate it really is. I’ve already determined that 2012 is a year of Air – inspiration, new ideas, travel, communication.