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Finding Calm Amidst the Chaos: The Astrology of July 2018

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Originally posted on amor et mortem:
It’s fitting, I suppose, that such a monthly AstroCast post of mine falls on the holiday of the 4th of July here in the United States, a day whose theme of liberation from tyranny…

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Mentally Ill Online Pagan

Originally posted on The Slavic Polytheist:
Being a mentally ill “pagan” is all sorts of fun. (high levels of sarcasm here) Mostly because of all the people out there the broader community who all seem obsessed with how everything has…

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Honoring our Military Dead on Memorial Day (Part I)

Originally posted on Gangleri's Grove:
It’s been a really rough week and I’m not in the mood to mince words today with this piece. This weekend is set aside in our calendar to remember and hopefully honor those who…

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Lord of the Carnelian Temple is now published!

Originally posted on Per Sebek:
After almost a year of hard work, and some wonderful amazing contributors, we have finally got the Sobek Devotional published! ❤ It is now available to purchase here: https://neosalexandria.org/bibliotheca-alexandrina/current-titles/devotionals/lord-of-the-carnelian-temple-a-devotional-in-honor-of-sobek/ Please go and support this amazing…

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We are being drowned

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Polytheist vs. [Neo]Pagan

Originally posted on Gangleri's Grove:
Last week an academic friend and colleague, who is soon to be teaching a class on Pagans and Christians in the Roman Empire, asked me a rather complicated question. My friend L. plans to…

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Powerful. Heartrending.

I sit in class and listen to my professor a kind, erudite, and educated man call my gods ‘stupid’. To the south a man lays down his life when Christians demand he desecrate his shrines. I sit in classes and … Continue reading

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