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Our Ancestors

Thursday, March 21, 2013     

In the Heathen practice and I would even say most pagan practices honoring those in our blood line who have come before us is important. Things like wealth, honor and luck are all passed down in name and blood from those going back to us. We oft... Read more


Tuesday, March 19, 2013     

Named for the Germanic goddess, it is celebrated on the Spring Equinox, the day in of equal light and dark and marks the beginning of Spring. There is a story that Ostara found a bird on the ground in winter and turned it to a hare to survive. ... Read more

Getting Ready for April

Monday, March 11, 2013     

My son attends an autism school and April is their big fund raising month. We have three events coming up. Kickball Tourny, 2 mile walk and a 2k Walk. It's a great way to get us motived to get walking and get outside. Considering the wonderful w... Read more

Got my annual blood work done

Thursday, February 28, 2013     

Other than my thyroid being a tad low my numbers otherwise are great. Being over 40 now I am starting to get aches and pains. That is why I need to loose. There is more to health than good test.... Read more

Witch Hazel Oil

Wednesday, February 27, 2013     

*Not Edible* This oil is great for bruises, bug bits, rash, poison ivy and sunburn. Witch Hazel reduced swelling and itching. It's been an ingredient in hemorrhoid cream for years. Place 1/ 4 cup olive oil in a non-porous, oven safe d... Read more

Book Review

Tuesday, February 26, 2013     

This review is for the book Goddess Holle: In Search of a Germanic goddess by Gardenstone. I came to paganism via witchcraft. I kept reading I needed a goddess (now I know wicca is the first contact most people have and know better) so I looked ... Read more

Book Review

Monday, February 25, 2013     

So I just finished Candle and the Crossroads: A Book of Appalachian Conjure and Southern Root Work by Orion Foxwood. I was looking for something on Granny Magic or Appalachian folk magic. This book at first seemed more about hoodoo but I began t... Read more

Incense for Freya

Friday, February 22, 2013     

*NOT EDIBLE* Ingredients: 3 Tablespoons Lavender 1 Tablespoon Damiana 1 Tablespoon Makko ( Japanese self igniting... Read more