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Spirit dolls, poppets, vodoo dolls, baby dolls.

So what's your opinion of spirit doll magic? Good, bad or ugly?

Started by Kixs

23 yesterday
Reply by Kixs

Seidr & Shamanism

Hi Friends! It's been a while and I miss you guys :) I've been rather lazy spiritually lately. I'm not proud of it, but I can't seem to pu…

Started by KuRSe

8 on Monday
Reply by Shawn Blackwolf

Karma

Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism have differing ideas about how karma works and its effect on one's existence in subsequent lives. H…

Started by Kixs

10 on Monday
Reply by Kixs

What lead you to paganism?

So what brought you to the fold...lol?

Started by Kixs

8 on Saturday
Reply by Kixs

Satan

What is it? Is it real?  Any other idea's or thoughts on this entity are more than welcomed. Lets discuss the Abrahamic bad guy shall we?

Started by Kixs

33 on Saturday
Reply by Xuchilbara

Immigration.

Okay folks there is a heated discussion or more like a free for all on the main forum about Immigration. What started it all was about thos…

Started by Kixs

30 Oct 30
Reply by Spiralmatrix

Awesome Movie

Started by Kixs

1 Oct 30
Reply by Spiralmatrix

How to live off the grid.

In seeing some comments made in the main read, I saw that there is some interest in living off the grid or living more green. So I thought…

Started by Barry J King

54 Jan 22
Reply by Barry J King

Animated History of Writing Systems - Thoth's Pill

I find this sort of thing fascinating.

Started by Innanna

0 Aug 18, 2016

Meditation is NOT a Battle~Help for Newbies & The "Occasional Meditator"

Meditation is NOT a Battle~Help for Newbies & The "Occasional Meditator" Tools for beginners to ease into meditation. Nowadays, peop…

Started by Joseph Constantine

33 Mar 5, 2016
Reply by Prairiewolf

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