“Paganism Isn’t Where You Think It Is” by John Halstead

Source: “Paganism Isn’t Where You Think It Is” by John Halstead This is a piece I read earlier today, and it really makes you think about just what being a pagan really is. I don’t necessarily agree with all of the points brought up, but there’s a lot to think on here and parse out. […]

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Čezeta – Beyond Prague

Source: Made in the Czech Republic – Čezeta – Beyond Prague Sometimes you just need to enjoy the cuter, fun things in life. Like this Čezeta article. It’s a cute and very unique scooter from Czechoslovakia that has a new model that’s now being made in the Czech Republic. Definitely a fun, neat little piece […]

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10 Lord of the Rings Quotes That Will Inspire You to Travel

Originally posted on Geeky Tourist:
Packed full of adventure in far-off beautiful places that you could only dream of visiting, books are a huge reason I love to travel. From the mystical lands of Narnia, to the Gothic castle’s in Dracula, you can find all sorts of travel inspiration in a book, and none more…

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Medieval Magical Spells against Theft

You can find dozens of examples of spells and charms from medieval manuscripts to help prevent you from being a victim of theft, or to catch a thief. via Medieval Magical Spells against Theft Once again delving into my love for all things medieval – this is a great article with a link to more resources […]

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Slavic Polytheism, Part 1: The Kiev Pantheon

Originally posted on Jack of Wands Tarot:
In a recent post, I wrote about some of the challenges I as a Westerner have faced in building a relationship with the Slavic pantheon. One of the biggest challenges for me when I was first starting out was a simple lack of information. What did Rodnovery (Slavic…

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Horrifying Book Curses

Source: Protect Your Library the Medieval Way, With Horrifying Book Curses This is a fun little blurb (and it gives me ideas for new books to read). It talks about medieval–and earlier–book curses that scribes would note into margins or the books themselves. It was a different time, when people would actually believe the curses […]

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Painted Cottages in Poland

Originally posted on Lamus Dworski:
A painted house in the village of Zalipie, southern Poland. Source: Małopolska.pl Fb Page Many of you might’ve already heard about Zalipie, a small village in southern Poland where an old custom still survives nowadays: houses are decorated in rich flowery patterns both on the inside and outside. Today I…

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Six Things Tarot Can Definitely Do

Originally posted on Jack of Wands Tarot:
There’s a lot of confusion and misinformation out there regarding what Tarot is and is not. Can Tarot readers really tell the future? Are Tarot readers Satanists? Is it all just a load of malarkey? Here’s a short post to dispel some confusion and explain some of the…

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