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Pagan Apartment Living

A group for Pagan Apartment Dwellers to converse, visit, and share. We face a unique condition, we have no place for a large traditional garden or outdoor circle, or indoor temple room. However, we have our alternatives and solutions! Do Share!

Members: 108
Latest Activity: Sep 1, 2018

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Ritual Space, small scale.

Started by Fridr Kelley. Last reply by Robert de Hwyl May 9, 2013. 1 Reply

Rituals in a limited space

Started by Robert de Hwyl. Last reply by Fridr Kelley May 7, 2013. 6 Replies

My Akhu and Sekhmet Shrines.

Started by BlackRaven. Last reply by BlackRaven Sep 24, 2010. 1 Reply

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Comment by BlackRaven on September 21, 2010 at 12:00pm
I went back to wearing my pentacle that my Aunt sent me. She died two years ago so I feel the need to wear it to remember her by.
Comment by BlackRaven on August 15, 2010 at 1:59pm
Very cool. My mother buys me my Greek statues, and a little Greek something for herself, and so I don't really get my hands into expensive things. However since my path doesn't really care about incense I just go and buy them at the corner store. They have these really good ones that cost about .15 a stick and they have some very nice incense burners for about $1.00.

Living in Mass we have a large Pagan community, though not so much in Indian Orchard. Of course there are those that love incense and so the store keeps them in stock. Not a fan of soy candles, though I'll use them if I don't have anything else.
Comment by Luna Seadragon on August 15, 2010 at 1:07pm
I have a blog called "Following the Path of a Thrifty Pagan" and I would like to share everyone's ideas from the group. I will of course post credit; Does anyone mind if I post there stuff? * link is
Comment by BlackRaven on August 12, 2010 at 4:42pm
Greetings all,

Phaedra has posted on FB that Isaac peacefully
passed away in his sleep at about 8:00 AM ET this
morning. He was surrounded by friends and family
at the time of his crossing.

I'm sure we all join in with prayers for a safe
crossing for him, and with strength and healing
energies for Phaedra, his family and friends.

Isaac may be gone, but his writings, wisdom and
memory live on.
Comment by BlackRaven on August 10, 2010 at 2:55am
I would like to say that I would like to join a group that actually says the following "If your going to post photo's of your altar on this group please form it under discussion." or "We don't want you to post any holidays on the main part of the group, form a discussion." Where in the name of whatever does anyone have the right to say "Oh well could you not spam messages listing holiday's that you claim is part of the group." When no one posted that I couldn't do it under a discussion.

When I join a group I first check out all the discussions so that I'm not making anyone mad or offending anyone and this little bug of a owner just told me that I couldn't post anymore Hellenist holidays on the group or post my altar on his group as it's considered spam. Give me a break and form a discussion that actually tells someone "Don't post your altars on the main part of the group, form a discussion" or "Don't post any holiday's on the main part of the group, form a discussion." I'm not a freaking mind reader.

Anyway, he's just mad because I'm a Hellenist that don't practice Witchcraft just devote my time to the Greek Gods. Sorry if there happens to be a small population of Hellenist, and large ones in Greece,that don't practice Witchcraft. Stop not doing your job right as a owner and posting some dang rules.

Posting rules makes the world go round, especially if you know that people are going to post altars on the main page or holidays. This is what happens when you invite the Recon's, expect them not to follow what you think they should. Note to all that do practice Witchcraft: I'm not dissing you, just the owner of that annoying Hellenist group on Wiccian Together. I'm personally thinking about leaving and letting the idiots post their stupid messages about things that will never affect me.

If I don't make any sense, forgive me. He really ticked me off.
Comment by BlackRaven on August 4, 2010 at 9:08pm
I hope that rantings and raving are allowed here and that you'll understand why I'm so thoroughly ticked off right now and I MEAN IT WHEN I SAID THAT I'M THOROUGHLY TICKED OFF. I practice Hellenism and I go out there to set up a small altar, nothing special, just a stone so that I can pour my offerings on and guess what I find out the next freaking morning, IT'S BEEN REMOVED BY THOSE STUPID CHILDREN THAT HAS LESS SENSE THEN A PHOENIX. I don't see their damn name on it, stupid property destroying dogs. This is what I've been saying and why I hate living in a stupid apartment. YOU CAN'T HAVE ANYTHING THAT'S YOURS!



Now I've aired out my feelings and I thank you for listening oh and sorry about re-posting this. I made some mistakes.
Comment by BlackRaven on July 28, 2010 at 11:28am
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia officially celebrated a new holiday on Wednesday marking its conversion to Christianity in 988, the latest Kremlin boost to an Orthodox Church that has grown increasingly powerful since the fall of Communism.

Rights groups have criticized the new holiday, approved by President Dmitry Medvedev in June, as undermining Russia's secular constitution and members of the country's large Muslim minority have complained that it excludes them.

Marking the anniversary, Patriarch Kirill, head of the Russian Orthodox Church, told state-run television: "Abandoning the historical significance of the baptism of Rus means discarding the supporting pillar of our entire civilization".

Kirill held a liturgy in Kiev, the capital of modern Ukraine and mediaeval Kievan Rus, whose leader Prince Vladimir converted to Christianity over a millennia ago and adopted it for his state. Kievan Rus is seen as the precursor to modern-day Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.

Clad in a flowing gold cloak in Kiev's historic Pecherska Lavra monastery, Kirill told thousands of followers: "Facing aggressive atheism and resurgent paganism we remain firm in our belief in God".

The Orthodox Church is undergoing a revival in Russia after the fall of the Soviet Union almost 20 years ago and Russia's leaders have endorsed it as the country's main faith.

The Russian patriarch also presides over the biggest branch of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, although some Ukrainian clergy have declared themselves independent of Moscow and Kirill's visit to Kiev has angered some Ukrainian nationalists.

The trend toward consolidation of the church as a national force in Russia has worried its 20-million strong Muslim population -- a seventh of Russia's people -- as well as those who believe church and state should be strictly separated.

Medvedev on June 1 signed a law making July 28 a National Day, a state holiday that is also a working day.

Across Russia, churches prepared to hold ceremonies and mass river baptisms in honor of the conversion.

Since Medvedev's law, Muslim lawmakers have asked for a national holiday to mark the arrival of Islam in modern-day Russia, which Arabs brought through the southern gateway city of Derbent on the Caspian Sea more than 1,000 years ago.
Note: Did you notice that they mentioned paganism. Oh now that's something that I didn't think they would have the gaul to do. Of course this is Russia, so what can you expect. Pagan hated bastards.
Comment by BlackRaven on July 26, 2010 at 12:16pm
Hay has anyone played this game? It's called Grepolis. Here's the link so that you can sign up if your interested.

It's a Greek based game where you have to get a city, develop it, and go and kick some butt. Have fun.
Comment by BlackRaven on July 26, 2010 at 12:12pm
I'm on this forum and the owner started this innocent thread that asked why people insist on basically blending Wicca with Hellenismos and Heathenism. He found something about it on the internet and wanted share. Well I started saying that you can't, in my opinion and I want people to ignore my opinion because that's my own and no one else's, that you can't blend both Wicca and Hellenism as Hellenismos goes by what archeologist say and stuff like that. Well this woman, I don't remember her stupid screen name, says that the only Wiccans are those that have been initiated into Gardener's form of Wicca and that Wiccan's don't use Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Norse, Celtic, and whatever else they worship the Lord and Lady of the Isle.

I want to make this very clear. I might of said that you can't blend but don't go and say 'oh all the other so-called Wiccans aren't wiccans because they have Zeus or Bast on their altar. That woman absolutly disgusted me and it turned into a screaming match on the internet. I would say something and then she would get on and say "Oh your wrong" or "the wiccans are wrong because they don't have the Lord and Lady of the Isle," or "whatever was coming out of her butt at the time." She isn't even a Wiccan and yet she oh so knows what Wicca is all about.

It was about why people think they can blend not "Oh you have to be initated into Gardener form of wicca and if your not then your not an actual wiccan." Why do people get on the internet and say these things? Personally she looked stupid and I went to bed. I'm not staying up all night screaming at this woman and telling her something that might cause me to get kicked off.

What ever happened to simple debate?
Comment by BlackRaven on June 8, 2010 at 8:49pm
I want to talk about those poor animals that are being drenched in oil. Is there a spell that I can do to aid in the healing of the animals and to get the water back to what it was before it met oil. Let me know, I need guidance and a new spell for my BOS.

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