1. cousinnick:

Mine, Please do not remove Source. 

    cousinnick:

    Mine, Please do not remove Source. 

  2. What Tea has accumulated about Feri: Online Resources for learning about Feri Tradition

    fericircle:

    feritradition.com: Very to the point. A general site for those interested in Feri with information about deities, practices, lore, different lines, and resources to help you find a teacher and head down the path toward initiation. You should go straight to their site map to get the most of the site, and see everything laid out and organized for you, waiting to be read. On the right, you’ll also find a short list of spells. Their training resource page can be found in the top right corner, or here.

    lilithslantern.com: A site all about Vicia, an alternative and earlier name for the Anderson Craft, Feri Tradition. Their left sidebar will help you find a few things, but for everything you’re going to want to look at the site map.

    notes of a feri trainee: A retired blog about a feri student’s notes and practices, up until her initiation. Lots of personal musing and thoughts in reference to Feri.

    a journey within feri: A blog about being a feri initiate, by the same author as the previous blog listed here after she was initiated. Last updated February 2014 (as of 8/18/14)

    Ha prayer exercise(archived site): A simple web page about the Ha Prayer to Align the threefold soul. Short and sweet.

    whitewand.com: a site about Feri Tradition and art. You can find the author’s blog here, though it hasn’t been updated since august 2011. The site contains Feri arts, including visual art, crafts, bardic arts, writing and lore. The lore section is particularly useful.

    thorncoyle.com: the site of BNP and Feri Witch T. Thorn Coyle. Much of what she offers is paid spiritual services, but you can also find publicly displayed content from her, like her podcast Elemental Castings. You can find her blog, titled Know Thyself, here, and her youtube channel here.

    Veedub’s feri tradition page: A feri initiate and teacher, her Feri page contains a lot of useful content on Feri, though much is specific to her line of Feri. 

    The Dustbunnies Book: A PDF book put out by Veedub/Valerie Walker, the author of the previous page. I give this its own paragraph because it’s a real mega-ton of information. It’s 108 pages long, with lots and lots of content on beliefs, lore, and practices. Practically a Feri student’s introductory manual.

  3. DruidCast - A Druid Podcast Episode 89

    paganmusic:

    DruidCast – A Druid Podcast Episode 89

    Shownotes for DruidCast Episode 89

    Walk you Path – Cernunnos Rising – www.cernunnosrising.co.uk

    Interview with John Matthews – www.hallowquest.org.uk

    Song of Wandering Aengus – Fling – www.flingmusic.com

    Interview with Caitlin Matthews – www.hallowquest.org.uk

    Interview conducted by Philip Carr-Gomm – New website – www.philipcarr-gomm.com

    Rivers – Frank Turner – www.frank-turner.com

    Watching You…

    View On WordPress

  4. honeycoyote:

    My Garden stone for Protection of bees and hive. i made this stone for a Bee Co-op my family participates in on a gorgeous organic farm. last night we had a new moon ritual, blessed the hives, named our 3 queen bees, left offerings and sang songs and poems about bees. it was amazing. i mixed bunch of herbs for protection and prosperity in with the clay i used to sculpt the little bee. 

  5. bethirstyqueerheart:

reimenaashelyee:

Anubis

I don’t know why but I visited Anubis last night.

    bethirstyqueerheart:

    reimenaashelyee:

    Anubis

    I don’t know why but I visited Anubis last night.

  6. Someone had asked for pics of the art from my sailor Moon deck, so here you go!

  7. And now, a joke.

    nwyfre:

    alexandraerin:

    How did the witch find the coffee table in the dark?

    Widdershins.

    omg

  8. bethirstyqueerheart:

eusebes:

Athene by Jan Bintakies

this version of Athene is similar to how I’ve seen her, but without the horsehair on the helmet.

    bethirstyqueerheart:

    eusebes:

    Athene by Jan Bintakies

    this version of Athene is similar to how I’ve seen her, but without the horsehair on the helmet.

  9. pacificarvm:

Proserpina - Kore - Persephone

    pacificarvm:

    Proserpina - Kore - Persephone

  10. There are a million awesome pagan events happening September 27th and I can’t go to them all in so mad

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College aged Pagan, doing this for a while. Teaching sometimes. Posts are sporadic.