1. Samhain altar! Feat. Fabric by duskenpath and goats by IKEA.

  2. My batch of Athene things, with the addition of an owl statue Adam gave me

    My batch of Athene things, with the addition of an owl statue Adam gave me

  3. duskenpath:

    answersfromvanaheim:

    While I’m on a roll I’m also annoyed by how the MMC model basically defines goddesses by how they relate to men. They are either seeking a man/not fucking a man, fucking a man, and most definitely not fucking a man, and not only that but there are tons of other things women can do: like beat up men (warrior), rule over men (queen) or just be like fuck men Imma’ hang out with my sisters (we’ll call this one the sister or maybe the separatist).

    Still waiting for my ace lesbian MMC metaphor

    I’m thinking pre cat lady, cat lady, mega cat lady tbh but I’m still working out the kinks in the storytelling you know

    Student/Teacher/Elder or Student/Doer/Teacher is what I use most often, b/c that’s what I usually mean when I think MMC. I don’t have an actively feminine version of MMC where the words aren’t actively framed in light of men, but that’s in large part because so many words for women are framed in light of men. Conceivably Daughter/Sister/Mother (if the person speaking is a woman)

  4. freelgbtqpia:


The events at Pantheacon 2011 caused a storm that reverberated across the planet, with discussion on many web sites and mailing lists, and even a mention in the UK’s Guardian newspaper.
This book was created in the hope of extending the debate and bringing it to a wider audience. We have included articles from people in both major camps, who have explained their positions powerfully and sincerely. This book is not an easy read - much of it will be painful, and there is probably no one in the wider pagan community who will not be offended by at least something in here. Articles have been edited only for grammar and typography - you will find honest words, entirely uncensored. This, however, is the point of the exercise. When nothing is said, nothing will be heard, and nothing can change.

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I read this back when it came out, and it was a wonderful read. I highly recommend it to everyone, regardless of gender.

    freelgbtqpia:

    The events at Pantheacon 2011 caused a storm that reverberated across the planet, with discussion on many web sites and mailing lists, and even a mention in the UK’s Guardian newspaper.

    This book was created in the hope of extending the debate and bringing it to a wider audience. We have included articles from people in both major camps, who have explained their positions powerfully and sincerely. This book is not an easy read - much of it will be painful, and there is probably no one in the wider pagan community who will not be offended by at least something in here. Articles have been edited only for grammar and typography - you will find honest words, entirely uncensored. This, however, is the point of the exercise. When nothing is said, nothing will be heard, and nothing can change.

    [PDF]

    I read this back when it came out, and it was a wonderful read. I highly recommend it to everyone, regardless of gender.

  5. skepticalwitch:

wiccaiscoming:

I always suggest exploring the sources that I find this stuff. I usually only post the things I want later for reference but a lot of the sites have so much insight. 

When I feel ugly or out of it I like to wash my face and imagine the water glowing gold with beauty and self love and when I look in the mirror again I’m usually 70% more happy with my appearance so that’s a fun one

    skepticalwitch:

    wiccaiscoming:

    I always suggest exploring the sources that I find this stuff. I usually only post the things I want later for reference but a lot of the sites have so much insight. 

    When I feel ugly or out of it I like to wash my face and imagine the water glowing gold with beauty and self love and when I look in the mirror again I’m usually 70% more happy with my appearance so that’s a fun one

  6. itistheonlyplaceiknow:

    May Odin bless this man.

    Song for Odin (A Cappella)

  7. thewitchesofmisspelled:

    thewitchesofmisspelled:

    The Girls on Casting in Hollywood

    This video is a hard one to watch. I think it pretty much outlines why representation is so important as well as our struggles as aspiring actresses in Los Angeles.

    Please reblog and share our Kickstarter campaign =)

    So happy this keeps getting a kajillion notes but paaleeez visit our IndieGogo! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/misspelled-murder-mystery-magic

    Heeeey so now MisSpelled is gonna happen through indiegogo, please please please donate it’d make me so happy

  8. The God’s don’t welcome your racism

    tommyistoofastforthisshit:

    Alright listen up. I am ethnically Scots-Irish and I have a masters degree in Celtic Studies, focusing on the integration of religion and life in early Ireland. I’ve been a practising Celtic Reconstructionist since I was thirteen. Now that I’ve got my qualifications for you to actually listen to me out of the way (and please note my deep sarcasm here) let me tell you that there is no blood requirement to worship our Gods. You do not have to be descended from any of the Celtic ethnic groups. You do not have to live in a Celtic country. And you sure as shit do not have to be white.

    There were multiple non Celtic settlements in Ireland, and in those settlements worship of the local deities alongside the ones they brought with them went on with no objections from the locals. Because our Gods just were, they were statements of fact and the reality of the landscape. Requiring foreigners not to worship them would have been requiring them not to breathe or open their eyes. The existence of the social status “Man of the Sea” and the rules governing kinship and family allegiance of his children should he marry an Irish woman should tell you that intermarriage was welcome and normalised, and considering how much of the foreign presence in Ireland was Viking and Roman I have to tell you that probably a fair number of these men were not white.

    Let me also remind you now that Scottish, Irish and the other Celtic ethnicities are just that, ethnicities. Not races. Ethnic groups can be and are multi racial and many ethnically Celtic people are also not white. So even if there was a blood requirement, which there’s not, that requirement would have fuck all to do with being white.

    Our Gods aren’t racist and you have no right to be in their name.

  9. arcanemysteries:

I SUPPORT THE RESPECT AND APPRECIATION OF ALL DIVINERS ON TUMBLR!

    arcanemysteries:

    I SUPPORT THE RESPECT AND APPRECIATION OF ALL DIVINERS ON TUMBLR!

  10. i went looking for articles on dumb suppers to queueueue for my uni group’s tumblr

    and several of the articles (all dated after ‘07 for some reason) referenced 9/11, and inviting those who passed to your dumb supper

    let me make this clear:

    if you did not have friends or family in the Pentagon, WTC, or the flight that crashed in Pittsburgh, I do not want you talking to those mighty dead.

    I do not want you co-opting that tragedy.

     stop

    this comes from someone who nearly lost someone in the Pentagon. If you were not directly affected by 9/11, do not try to integrate it into your life. Your experience might have been scary and you might feel for those lives lost and those who lost loved ones

    but those dead are not your Mighty Dead.

    please respect that

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