Irish atheists use Bjork, Mark Twain to challenge blasphemy lawJanuary 2, 2010 5:27 a.m. ESTAtheist Ireland has published "blasphemous" quotations from Bjork, pictured, Mark Twain and Salman Rushdie.Atheist Ireland has published "blasphemous" quotations from Bjork, pictured, Mark Twain and Salman Rushdie.STORY HIGHLIGHTS* Law, making blasphemy a crime punishable by a $35,800 fine, came into effect January 1* Atheist group: Law is "silly and dangerous," provides an incentive for religious…See More
I am a Wife and a Mother. I am a nurse. I am a vocalist. I have two and a half kids....the half is my step-daughter who lives with her mother. I have two cats, Chai, and prissy Tortie, and Odysseus (we call him Ody) who is part maine coon and rag doll.
I have recently returned to the craft, after having let life get in the way of my spirituality. I now live in a city, and it became easier to lose my connection with Our Mother. Now, I have begun to replenish what I have lost over the years, and am feeling happier and more satisfied than I have in a very long time. I am looking for groups to be involved with. One can only truly experience happiness when it is shared, I believe.
Harry Potter series, The Other Boleyn Girl. I am a sucker for a good historical romance, and my favorites include the Scotch, the Irish, Pirates, and Native American Warriors........interesting, huh?
As far as pagan books are concerned I like Silver Ravenwolf ( yeah, shoot me) Scott Cunningham, etc. Two books that made the most sense to me are The Wiccan Mysteries by Raven Gramassi, and The Witch in Every Woman, although I can't remember the author offhand. (sorry)