I hand down my ancestors' tradition, I do not re-create it. This is my way of showing my respect and veneration for them.
MyHotComments I am Romanian, of the ancient Dacian religion and a family/tradition witch. Born and raised in Romania, Oklahoman by adoption. If you want to know more about my path, visit my website. I am also the HPS of The SAGE Grove Coven in Midwest City, Oklahoma. In the Oklahoman Pagan Community I am known as Day. I also teach most of the Coven's Online Classes. Our coven also has a Portal with various information, articles, Oklahoma local events, groups, and stores, craft ideas and many, many more things. I have a MS in History of Religions and another one in Comparative Religions. These were subjects that fascinated me since I was in my early teens. It is amazing how, no matter the space between them, civilizations on opposites sides of the planet could have so many similarities, even in the neolithic ages when exchange of information between them was practically impossible. What more proof of the continuity of the Goddess you want? *S*. If you are interested in subscribing to our classes, please contact me. No phone calls after 9:00 pm though. Also, please understand that generally the week-end (and especially Saturdays) are very busy with our coven and on-site classes, so I might not have time to respond to inquiries over the week-end. NOTE. Everything that is posted in this page, or any of my websites, is copyrighted material unless otherwise noted. Please do not use this material without my/our express permission. Busy life has made it such that I have not been able lately to be much of a presence on PaganSpace. If you cannot get hold of me here, try my facebook, my website or my Pagan-Dating website (just click on "contact us"). My etsy store: http://www.etsy.com/shop/seachainaroon Languages known: Romanian (of course), English, French, Italian, some Spanish, some Latin, some Ancient Slavonic, some Czech, some Russian.
Dune, the Sword of Truth, the Wheel of Time, anything written by Marija Gimbutas or Mircea Eliade
Beliefs / Practices
Occultist, Pagan, Witch, Mystic, Shaman, Other Spirituality
Traditional Romanian Witchcraft
Gardening, anything related to computers, oil painting, jewelry making, One Of A Kind Sculptures, various crafts, MMORPGs, computer graphics/animation, Web development, Web design, SEO, internet marketing, Oklahoma
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The Stag's Carol
My favorite bands:
Bucium - from Romania. The following video is named "The Stag's Carol".
Negura Bunget - from Romania. The following video is a trailer of their album "OM":
Dragon Ritual Drummers - from the US. The following video is a live footage from the Ampitheatre at Harvest Fest at the Mansfield Outdoor Centre in Mansfield, Ontario on Oct 6th, 2007.
And of course, the Queen and Goddess Wendy Rule. The following video is her opening the Circle at the Fairy Festival June 2008:
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While the Wolf has no less than 35 days during the year in which it is celebrated, the Bear has only two: the 2nd of February and the 1st of August. These two days divide the year in two perfect halves – when the great change in the wheel takes place.
Bearing the same duality as all the other symbols in the Dacian mythology, the bear has a chtonic…
A guy named Bob May, depressed and brokenhearted, stared out his drafty apartment window into the chilling December night. His 4-year-old daughter, Barbara, sat on his lap quietly sobbing. Bobs wife, Evelyn, was dying of cancer. Little Barbara couldn't understand why her mommy could never come home. Barbara looked up into her dads eyes and asked, "Why isn't Mommy just like everybody else's Mommy?" Bob's jaw tightened and his eyes welled with tears. Her question brought waves of grief, but also… Continue
I know this is a time of giving thanks for what we have in our lives.
I am thankful that in this tough economy, when people lose their jobs left and right, not only my job is not in any kind of jeopardy, but everybody, staff and residents, have supported me with love and care and can’t wait to see me back, even if they know it might be another couple of weeks or so before that can happen.
I am thankful that while other people lost their homes, I still have the roof of my… Continue
Since I was a baby, every year, for my birthday, my father would wake up in the very early morning, and go to the Farmer's Market and buy little wicker baskets with snowdrops.
Him and Mom would then slowly open my bedroom door and approach my bed holding the snowdrops, and Dad would start singing a very, very old Romanian tango (I think of the 1930's) with the lyrics slightly changed so it would sound like for both of them.