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Walking The Red Road January 31

Walking The Red Road January 31

There is no place in the white man’s cities, no place to hear the leaves of spring or the rustle

of insect wings… the clatter only seems to insult the ears.

Chief Seattle (Seathl),

Duwamish – Suquamish, 1785- 1866

Did You Know?

The following 26 states are named after native American… Continue

Added by Whispr on January 31, 2009 at 11:43am — 2 Comments

celtic otherworld

Life After Life

Every spiritual path has it's own belief in what happens once you pass on from this world. One thing all of these beliefs have in common is that the soul leaves the body and moves on into some type of divine spiritual realm or through a divine realm into a new incarnation.

The concepts of life after death are clearly laid out in many cultures and religions through books. Such as the Egyptian or Tibetan Books of the Dead, the Torah, The Holy Bible and so on. The… Continue

Added by Whispr on January 31, 2009 at 11:32am — No Comments

Legend of Crazy Horse

The Legend of Crazy Horse

by J.D. Blackfoot

You took his land and you ate his corn, and on his grave your land was born.

You took his pride and you fed him dirt, you wished him winter without a shirt

and you called this red man SAVAGE!

And after you crushed him you helped him up, to let him drink from an empty cup.

You gave him that Navy without the fleet, and made him lick your hands and kiss your feet, and you named this… Continue

Added by Whispr on January 31, 2009 at 11:26am — No Comments

Walk Your Own Path...


Walk Your Own Path

by Carrie Hart

carriehart. com


You will sometimes meet someone you believe is a soul mate; you feel the connection on many levels, perhaps instantly. And as you get to know each other more, you begin to feel the connection deepen and you feel that you must have an arrangement with this person that predated this lifetime.

Do not assume, however, that this… Continue

Added by Whispr on January 31, 2009 at 11:09am — 4 Comments

Pagan Lore for Today, January 31

Each year on or around this date, a sacred festival is held in the Katmandu Valley of Nepal in honor of the goddess Sarasvati, an ancient Indian deity who presides over all forms of education. As temples dedicated to her, offerings of food, flowers, and incense are made by faithful Hindus and students who seek her help on their school exams. In the courtyard of the Hanuman Dhoka, an ancient palace where the king is accompanied on this day by Nepalese officials, the annual rites of Spring begin… Continue

Added by Whispr on January 31, 2009 at 11:07am — No Comments

: Goddess of the Day / Spell of the Day Jan 31

Festival of Sarasvati (India)


Themes: Learning; Wisdom; Communication

Symbols: White Flowers (especially Lotus); Marigolds; Swans

About Sarasvati: A Hindu goddess of eloquence and intelligence, Sarasvati extends a refreshing drink from her well of knowledge to complete the month with aptitude. In Hindu tradition, Sarasvati invented all sciences, arts, and writing. In works of art she is depicted as white-skinned and graceful,… Continue

Added by Whispr on January 31, 2009 at 11:02am — No Comments

Some things I've gleaned about Imbolc.

Some things about Imbolc.

Imbolc begins Feburary eve or at sunset on Janurary 31 but is usually celebrated beginning at sundown on February 1 and throughout the day of February 2. The term Imbolc literaly means "in the belly (of the Mother)", the first day marking the coming of spring. The first of the Spring Holidays in the festivals of fertility. A time of when seeds are in the womb of the mother. A time when the Earth is fertile and ready for new plantings. A looking forward for… Continue

Added by Mo Anam Cara on January 31, 2009 at 11:01am — 1 Comment

Surgery on Feb 6th

Hey everyone,
I just found out I'm going in for surgery on my knee/leg this upcoming friday. I will be out of commission for a bit. I am not sure if the doc is going to keep me in the hospital over night or what.... it'll probably depend on how everything goes.
If I could ask everyone to say a blessing for my doc to have extra steady hands that day LOL I would really appreciate!!
As so as I can I will let everyone know how it goes =)
Bright Blessings

Added by AmethystMoon on January 31, 2009 at 10:44am — 2 Comments

Lets101 - Free Online Dating Network

fun quiz for myspace profile and blog

Lets101 - Free Online Dating Network


Added by Mary L on January 31, 2009 at 9:24am — No Comments

About me

This is for anyone who reads my blog--though given how erratic I am, I'd be kind of surprised at anyone who did. Grins

Let's see...


I'm a bisexual and poly witch living in Portland, OR. I am in a lightly sexual friendship with my housemate, whom I dominate. Occasionally I let my good servant punish me but not oft. Grins

I am a personality multiple--meaning I have more than one aspect of my consciousness with its own personality and… Continue

Added by Brigit on January 31, 2009 at 8:59am — No Comments

What holiday are you?

If anyone else takes this, please post to me what you got. You know, I was really amazed by how accurate the result was regarding my personality:

You Are Easter

You are an…

Added by Brigit on January 31, 2009 at 8:46am — No Comments

Dream Journal for 01/30/09

1) I was feeding all the cats except for Zorba. I was giving them little squares of thinly sliced meat - about the size of a Wheat Thins cracker. First I give to Billy, then Cesar, Hafiz, and Solomon. Solomon ignores his and takes Billy's, and Billy just moves over to eat Solomon's.

I'm going to give them second's, but Solomon has left the kitchen, and gone down the stairs to the front door landing. I toss him some more there, and when I get back to the kitchen, There is a mess on… Continue

Added by Michael F on January 31, 2009 at 8:30am — 2 Comments

Signor Dildo-You Ladies all of Merry England. :))

I'm in a really super mood today, so I feel like upseting all the prigs here with a liittle discourse on John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester! He was a poet and a libertine, who lived and worked in my period of my special interest, late Stuart England. His poetry is of a particularly bawdy nature, about as far removed from Puritanism as it is possible to imagine.

More than that, he represents, it might be said, the Restoration's antithesis to the heavy and joyless hand that that had… Continue

Added by Anastasia Fitzgerald on January 31, 2009 at 8:30am — 4 Comments

Christianity-Our Great Legacy

Sin, I’m going to go beyond the terms you have set here to identify what I see as the positive dimensions of Christianity, in the widest possible sense. The reasons, contained within each of the headings that are about to follow, are, I think, self-explanatory. What unifies them all is, I suppose, the inspiration behind faith, rather than faith itself. Anyway, here we go;

The Bible.

This is a book filled with mystery, with majesty, with poetry and with power, the… Continue

Added by Anastasia Fitzgerald on January 31, 2009 at 7:48am — 2 Comments

An Unusual, Heartfelt and Passionate Loveletter

Dearest Tweedle -

At nights I lie awake, gazing at the stars, and I see a pure white rainbow that reminds me of many things. A pure white rainbow in the dark sky, reminding me of someone who might take the way.

Often you have replied to me in sweet secrecy, avoiding direct contact, as the gentle Prince that you are. You give me far more attention than I deserve, and I am not humble. Your greatness makes me look away, blushing, only to leer at your preciously, graciously tailored… Continue

Added by Maris Hellfaerie (Maire) on January 31, 2009 at 6:00am — 2 Comments

... you don't have to be a witch either, it's true!

The Big Guy, as usual is watching TV. I am, as usual, trying to ignore it. Which is easy until the loud commercials come on. Which just entertained me quite nicely.

Recognize this?

The new jingle is:

you don't have to be a man to love manwich,

you don't have to be a witch either, it's true.

you just have to love a fun, tasty dinner,

and wearing some of that dinner on you.

I remember lots… Continue

Added by Ahneke on January 31, 2009 at 12:55am — No Comments

Momentary ramble (poem)

The air so crisp I can not stand
To expose my extended hand
Without the sun I can not bear
I can not , will not dare

With out the light I will not see
What was or is meant to be
Ignorance of days un-last
Ignorance of days gone past

Wanton disregard for yesterday
Crumbles the path for today
Blatant forgetfulness of days done
Beget tomorrow if it comes

Added by Yarom on January 31, 2009 at 12:24am — No Comments

Good news! Bad news!, Good News!

Good news: I made Something today, a garnet and Sterling silver necklace, A twenty inch piece, with a celtic knot work heart designed pendant sterling silver chain, genuine garnets on Silver wire. It was sort of a valentines day thing. i was going to post pictures here. But at dinner I was out extra late and I met a friend desperate for a unique gift for his girl friend. He liked The necklace. And paid $20.oo for it, on the spot! His Girl Friend was… Continue

Added by Caspian on January 31, 2009 at 12:00am — 3 Comments

Imbolc Blessings!





Added by Lady Nia/aka Mouse on January 30, 2009 at 11:12pm — No Comments


the name i have chosen for myself (or the part of it i share, anyhow), is saille (SAHL-yuh) and means " white willow". it is also the 4th letter of the ogham tree alphabet. saille represents the subconscious, feminine, and mystical side of our natures. Saille relates to intuition, creativity, and imagination.

the white willow is native to most areas of britain and ireland, however, it does not naturally grow in the… Continue

Added by Saille on January 30, 2009 at 10:30pm — 1 Comment

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