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PBP 2013: Nietzsche, a Warning

Some people quote lines from their favorite movie or television show. Some people like to quote pop songs. I quote Nietzsche. I first started reading his work off and on in late high school, then on through college. While I … Continue reading

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Mother, the Birch Goddess

My partner Zagreus has written a companion post to this one, that I feel helps give a more whole, unified picture of the Birch Goddess when read in addition to my own. You can read his beautiful post here.  In … Continue reading

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Moon and Sun

“To the one, to the magic Sun, you’re not that bright now, but you will be someday soon. And you will fall in love with the Moonlight.”                           … Continue reading

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Lions, Maneless Males

This week I had intended to write on Labrys and Labyrinths for the Pagan Blog Project, however those two topics were too large for me to tackle head on at this particular time. So, instead, I bring you Lions – … Continue reading

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Lilies, A Sacred Flower

  Lilies are my flower. I fell in love with them at a young age, so much so that I named my first pet after the flower, after debating changing my own name to Lily. When I hit my teen … Continue reading

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Katharsis

I started this blog partially out of want, but primarily out of push. The feeling like there were things that needed to be said. The belief that there were others out there who needed to hear. The hope that my … Continue reading

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PBP: I is for Interdependence

“We are each of us angels with only one wing; and we can only fly by embracing one another.” -Luciano de Crescenzo Growing up, I was taught what a lot of people in my culture are taught: independence. There was … Continue reading

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