Added by Violet magick on January 17, 2017 at 12:13am — No Comments
Added by Violet magick on January 17, 2017 at 12:11am — No Comments
You most likely have read the story of the 70 year old woman in Arizona who died last week from an infection that was resistant to all 26 antibiotics approved for use in the United States. Unfortunately this is a growing…Continue
Added by Rev. Dave Murphy on January 16, 2017 at 12:21pm — No Comments
Munay is an interesting word in Quechua. As a verb it means to love, to want, and to desire. As a noun it means eternal, unconditional, or unreasoned love (1). The three ancient Inca laws are often stated as tukuy munayniyoc, tukuy llank'ayniyoc, and tukuy yachayniyoc (2). Notice that the first law includes the root…Continue
Added by Rev. Dave Murphy on January 16, 2017 at 12:13pm — No Comments
I wasn't sure what group to join to post this in, so I'm putting it in as a general blog post. The post is about dropping two courses for ethical/safety reasons. If I had completed the courses, I would have put these comments in as suggestions for improvement.
I'm really impressed with the overall courses at WS, and the following is specific to one or two courses.
1. I am trying to be more Vegan, after discovering the horrible conditions of farm animals. This is why I started…Continue
Added by Mama Fortuna on January 8, 2017 at 12:28pm — No Comments
According to my mother when I was very young, just getting out of my baby babble stage, I had an imaginary friend. She admitted that he scared he a fair bit but a family member reassured her that our family and I were safe. My mother told me that I described him as a very elderly man with a silly hat and cane. I would talk to him constantly she said, she would often find me sitting alone in my room listening intently to stories he had to tell. When we destroyed and rebuilt the house (when I…Continue
Added by Shay Bay on January 6, 2017 at 12:53am — No Comments
Logo nas livrarias do Brasil meu novo livro sobre Bruxaria: O Sorriso Gosoto, SE AFOGUEM NELE EM!
Added by The Banshee on January 2, 2017 at 3:19pm — No Comments
Well, here we are again –time for a brand new Calendrical Year! And as every year it’s also time for my New Year Address, looking back at the old year and forward to the new.
This has been an epochal year for the Correllian Tradition. In April of this year we seated a new First Priestess Coregent, Arch Priestess Stephanie…
Hello! This is to announce my triumphant return to Witchschool, now as a Lifetime Member! I participated in the Yule Deal (that is what I call it at least it is a total steal by the way, one of the best $50 I have ever spent) and am learning a lot about Wicca from Witchschool AND enjoying it along the way. I have been interested in Wicca for many years but slowly am allowing myself to forget my highly religious upbringing and live a little as well as try to find my true path. I wish all a…Continue
Added by Suulewen Nourse on December 22, 2016 at 11:08pm — No Comments
Combustible Incense Recipe: Myrrh with Sandalwood.
I had to go back to the drawing board for this one more than once. I have had the myrrh resin for more years than I can remember, mostly because charcoal takes fussing that I generally don't want to deal with. On the few occasions I did put a bit on a hot coal, I was sparing due to it's potency.
Since I do like the dark, rich, and sensual leather and wood aroma this classic resin makes, I decided to use the very neutral base of…Continue
Added by nox lumen on December 11, 2016 at 12:39pm — No Comments
Added by Reverend David W Dunbar on December 11, 2016 at 8:00am — No Comments
Id like to share with you this wonderful story about our first Christmas after we were adopted in 1969. My parents Tom and Jean Dunbar started that first Christmas by taking Randy and I to downtown Toronto to look at the Christmas scenes in all the big stores window fronts on Young Street. Sears, Eatons, Simpsons, The Bay, Woolworths and many more used animated figures to create these wonderful displays.
Mom had packed hot chocolate…
Added by Reverend David W Dunbar on December 4, 2016 at 8:00am — No Comments
Action is louder than words or so they say right? I know everyone is concerned about climate change and Canada's green house gas emissions yet we do nothing about it except drive bigger cars and trucks and bitch to ourselves about unnecessary plastic packaging. We leave it up to our political leaders who in my opinion are as useless as the plastics that are floating in our rivers and oceans. We take our lazy lifestyles for granted by tossing out everything plastic or leaving our trucks…Continue
Added by Reverend David W Dunbar on December 1, 2016 at 9:12am — No Comments
The Yule Faeries - A Winter Solstice Story
A group of little Faeries huddled in their home deep under the roots of a giant oak tree. They were safe and snug in their tiny underground cave lined with dandelion fluff, bird feathers, and dried moss.
Outside, the wind blew cold and the snow fell softly down to cover the ground. "I saw the Sun King today," the faerie named Rose said as she pulled her mossy cloak tighter about her. "He looked so old and tired as he walked off through…
Added by Reverend David W Dunbar on November 28, 2016 at 8:50am — No Comments
This story is based on the actual account of myself and a very friendly dog. I was staying with a friend up at Paul Lake. I decided to go make an ice rink on the frozen lake. I love skating. With a shovel and alot of energy I shovelled out a pretty decent sized rink. My friend Dwayne brought out a water pump and we augured a hole then flooded the surface smooth! A December full moon was quickly approaching and I decided to make a full moon jelly salad with blue jelly and marshmallows. It…Continue
Added by Reverend David W Dunbar on November 23, 2016 at 10:03am — No Comments
A Strange visitor on New Years Eve
Back in the late 90s we were having a New years eve party. I lived in Surrey/Delta and most of my friends were either from Costco or from the Surrey mountain bike community. Anyways we were having a pretty good time then this strange but beautiful dog comes up the back porch wagging his tail looking for making some new friends. Hed come to the right house. I let him come inside and offered him some turkey and potatoes. Everyone loved him right off the…
Added by Reverend David W Dunbar on November 23, 2016 at 5:08am — No Comments
Added by April McLeish on November 9, 2016 at 3:28pm — No Comments
This morning, I sent an email asking to be allowed back into the Outer Court of the Correlian Tradition. I decided to leave about 18 months ago, because I was following new traditions and felt there was some conflict.
Last night it came to me, that I also want to include Correllian Wicca in my life.
To be honest, this is about controlling your own private religious life. Other people don't care about what happens to you, and are eager to bash Correllian Wicca or Wicca in…Continue
Added by Davin Raincloud on October 30, 2016 at 8:04pm — No Comments
When I was 7 years old my cousin Pauline babysat us and brussel sprouts were served with dinner. I hated them worse than liver. Anyways, i was secretly feeding mine to my trusty sidekick the dog under the table. I asked to be excused from the table and pauline said "not yet David, you still have your brussel sprouts to eat". To my horror I discovered my dog didnt like them either and shed been spitting them out on the floor as I fed them to her!" Pauline picked up those dog gob covered…Continue