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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My thoughts are not my prayers

Originally posted on Druid Life:
There are a number of statements that float around the internet as memes – my work is my prayer, my thoughts are my prayers, my words are my prayers… it is all too easy to assert this and have it be a way to not really make any effort. My…

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Words as Prayer

I’ve been surfing the interwebs on Facebook the last few weeks, and there’s a weird uptick in a particular topic. Or maybe it isn’t so weird, but I’ve just begun noticing it? It could be either, I’m not too sure. Regardless, I’ve been seeing a lot of this on pagan-flavored Facebook groups, and on Tumblr […]

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Bucket List: Go Pack Go

Totally off topic, but totally necessary: I am officially going to my first football (American) game, and it is going to be in Green Bay to watch my team play the Chicago Bears! This is bar none one of the best things I’ve purchased in years. And it’s going to be the season opener for […]

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Winter Gods

I know that technically it is spring, but the weather has been bordering on bitter cold–more like winter than spring. The cold is not my favorite thing, but at least wintertime makes for a good opportunity for me to wear multiple layers. So I can stay warm during the bitter cold that winter brings. This […]

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Music & “Shufflemancy”

Divination is not one of my talents. I’ve pretty well noted before that being head blind makes that a very difficult skill set for me to learn. Because I don’t get any notice right away that I’m doing something right or wrong. In a nutshell: I can do divination, but I don’t get any kind […]

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Magic & Cats

On occasion my plans end up getting nixed pretty well before they begin. There might not be a real problem with it. Not because of anything bad per say, just because stuff happens. Or in this particular case: my cat happens. Yes, Thorin decided that he wanted to knock over my stuff and muss it […]

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The Fall of Gondolin to be released in August 2018

Originally posted on A Tolkienist's Perspective:
Well, it is now official. In a statement made this morning on the J.R.R. Tolkien Official Facebook page, it was announced that The Fall of Gondolin, written by J.R.R. Tolkien and edited by Christopher Tolkien, will be published on August 30, 2018. The statement added that this release…

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