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Pagan Homesteading


Pagan Homesteading

A group for those out there who wish to get 'away from it all' and attempt to live off grid. Or just to learn new things that come from a different perspective of living life 'whole'.

Location: anywhere you think home is
Members: 271
Latest Activity: on Thursday <--- this is a blogspot for the property we have bought and are going to build on if anyone wants to read it.

Discussion Forum

In the beginning! What first?

Started by Kixs. Last reply by Caelia A. Hollyherb-Baelson May 24. 1 Reply

Communal living??

Started by Thorngrove. Last reply by Caelia A. Hollyherb-Baelson Feb 6, 2017. 19 Replies

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Comment by Aisha on September 13, 2011 at 11:07pm
Okay we have 235 members, surely SOMEONE knows of support groups/sites for parents against vaccination? 
Comment by Jeanine Denitto on September 12, 2011 at 6:46pm

Alaska Joe, thank you!


Comment by Alaska Joe on September 12, 2011 at 6:32pm
Jeanine Denitto, I wish you the best of luck.
Comment by Jeanine Denitto on September 11, 2011 at 7:34pm
i am in the process of buying a trailer and finding land to park it on. i am actually hoping the owner of the trailer will let me rent a plot of land on his property. but i am keeping all options open. here are photos of my place:
Comment by Alaska Joe on September 11, 2011 at 6:10pm

Hey guys, I've been watching your group and a few others for quite some time and it seems that you're like most other people in the Occult world, that's looking to build their own community and live a prosperous & simple life. And also be accepted.

Well, at one time I had thought about starting my own community, but after all the aggrevation, I strayed away from the idea.

This is the deal... I have a HUGE track of land, it's rich with good soil, the cleanest & NON-POLLUTED water you could ever dream of, lots of wildlife, fishing galore, NO STATE OR LOCAL TAXES, as a community we'd be up for state & federal grants, NO BUILDING CODES, lots and lots of trees, and a more (HIGH DOLLAR) jobs than you could ever imagine.

When I presented this idea before, people wanted me to build their houses, dig their wells, plant their gardens, and all the other crap, and then they would move here.... Yeah right, I'll jump right on it.... Keep holding your breath.

As a community and as a WHOLE, and everyone pulling their weight, we could build a very nice community.


Yes, some of you are thinking "ALASKA""Have you lost your mind?", well not really. We're the richest state in the union, more funds than all the lower 48 combined, the winters are NOT that bad, all depends on where you live, and most of us are good ole country folks.


I have tons of pics on my profile for the viewing, please look in both the albums and photos, they're kinda mixed up.


Have a Blessed Day,

Comment by Rivenfae Wolf on August 9, 2011 at 8:45am

It's our first egg!  We think it's from the polish crested!


Comment by Rianna Stone on August 8, 2011 at 6:35am
Our potatoes flowered but didn't get very big. We planted them a little late and then the heat moved in early. If they had had more time to grow we probably would have gotten a better crop. A local feed store is supposed to have seed potatoes for fall so we may give it another go.
Comment by knom on August 8, 2011 at 12:25am
Ta hoo-roo I'm zonked
Comment by knom on August 7, 2011 at 11:18pm

I saw a siimilar low tech fridge from India. An unglazed clay pot stuffed with straw with a little water set where air flowed across it created a thermometer reading near freezing.

BTW gypsy genie on facebook I intend to list among my spoken languages English, American, Southern American, pig Latin and Australian. Good on ya luv.

Comment by knom on August 7, 2011 at 10:01pm
I offer my recipe for seafood chowder rustique. In my camp there is no partial use of veggies. In a large enameled pot (1gal/2.5L) Coarsely chunk enough potatoes to fill half the pot. Do same for one medium sized onion. Add water to cover, drink two beers and boil til tender. Combine from larder one can smoked oysters, one 8oz can oysters, two 8oz cans clams, any leftover imitation crab meat from the night before since the ice is melting and you need it for any remaining beer. Fill within two inches from top with water. Stir in one and a half cup dry milk, one quarter stick of butter. Salt and pepper to taste, drink another beer and simmer. Feeds 8-10 that is willin; to bring more beer and ice.

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