Explanation: A mother talks to her autistic child about 9/11

The is a guest post which first appeared on Facebook from my long time friend Jennifer Gibbs who lives in the St. Louis area with her husband and three children. It was published here in 2012. Her words to her daughter reminded me to see the tragedy in my life with a new point of view. I hope it inspires you as well. [Read more…]

Online Astral Rituals

The moonlight shimmered across the still silver lake. A couple dozen of us women in cloaks steered wooden ships toward an island draped in fog. The ships were intricately carved in Celtic designs. As we reached the shores our Priestess, Shekinah Mountainwater, parted the mist. [Read more…]

Cave of Trials

My spirit was shattered until years ago a spirit guide led me to a cave in the other world. I wasn’t instantly fixed but it was a positive step toward healing. Here is a guide for you to experience the cave for yourself. [Read more…]

Labor Day

I will be celebrating Labor Day as an unemployed person with a disability. I’ve been trying to find a steady job for five years. [Read more…]

To Beat Depression, Honor Your Victories

At the moment when I felt like I made it, I realized there are four facits of my life that could be called magical, not just my path as a Pagan. First I guess I should clarify what I mean when I say I felt like I made it. My personal blog, the Crimson Crescent [Read More…]

Little Mixing Bowl of Memories

I have a white small mixing bowl with two flat handles and tiny blue flowers. It looks a lot like the one my family used to have. When my dad was alive he would eat cereal every evening. This was before his schizophrenia became so severe. [Read more…]

Call for Papers

Call for Papers.
We would like to hear from founders and leaders of as many different traditions and organizations, established and brand new, as possible.
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