Very happily married to my beloved of over 10 years, I maintain a nationally-certified butterfly garden, play at playing the Native American 6-hole flute, sing and chant, stitch for pleasure and magical intent, am 3° Priestess in the Arcadian Tradition, a member of M3, a Viking and one of the gang at Viking Camp.
I very much miss my grown son, RavenHawk, who resides in the great white north, and hope that one of these days he'll join us here in PaganSpace.
Currently reading Christopher Penczak's "Inner Tradition of Witchcraft", Penczak's work to synthesize varied occult practices into a cohesive approach to spirituality is one I greatly respect. Favorites: Franz Bardon's Hermetics books, The Kybalion, Spirits of the Sacred Grove, The Druid Way, Tree of Saphires and waaaaaay too many more to list.
Beliefs / Practices
Occultist, Pagan, Witch
I endeavor, always, to walk a path of balance; beauty, joy and love are central to my approach to life and to my spiritual practice. I respect and honor the feminine and masculine energies, the Divine essence of all things and have a deep love of all that is natural in this world.
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Based upon the scientific data of numerous researchers, the polar bear faces an increasing threat to lose 100% of its habitat due to global warming.
The Natural Resources Defense Council (NDRC), Greenpeace, the Environmental News Network (ENN) and the Center for Biological Diversity, which had initiated a request via scientific petition to add the bears to the Endangered Species act, sued the Bush administration in 2005 for failure to respond to the petition.
As a result,… Continue
Some 600 miles from the north pole, on a frozen Norwegian archipelago and deep under the surface, is the global seed repository that will hold seeds for mankind's future. It has been called a Noah's Ark of sorts, and plans are to store seeds within the frozen vault that will be able to feed us in the future, should a global catastrophe occur.
Norway considers itself to be providing a service to humanity, preparing to eventually store 100 million seeds in the three underground caves… Continue