Some Developments

1) As stated earlier, I’m an official member of Muin Mound Grove.  That means I can plan rituals and run for office.  So, I am running for grove secretary – unopposed.  LOL  Our current secretary is going to be the new Senior Druid since the old one is MIA.  Some of you who know meContinue reading “Some Developments”

Art, Books, and Joy

First of all, here is my new Deviant Art page.  I still have a lot of dolls to upload (not to mention some profile tweaking) but those are the most recent works.  I’m currently stitching a new fairy doll.  Fairies were the most popular (as far as sales and compliments went) at Wellspring, and IContinue reading “Art, Books, and Joy”

This book sounds really interesting!

It’s called God Is Not One: The Eight Rival Religions That Run the World–and Why Their Differences Matter by Stephen Prothero.  I love “The Wild Hunt” for introducing me to it and I can’t wait to read it!   The author apparently argues that lumping all religions together as paths to the same God is “naive” and potentiallyContinue reading “This book sounds really interesting!”

In Which I Reflect on a Book

I finished Practical Magic in the Northern Tradition by Nigel Pennick this evening.  I was really excited about this book at first.  I really was.  As stated in an enthusiastic post when I received it in the mail, I really liked the book he coauthored with Prudence Jones.  I had high expectations; expectations that, pastContinue reading “In Which I Reflect on a Book”

Looking for a good book for your Pagan child?

I came across a childrens’ book today and, after flipping through it, I couldn’t pass it up for my growing collection of young Pagan literature.  Any parents/educators should be familiar with the hugely successful “Magic Tree House” books.  I see second and third graders reading them all the time.  This book, entitled Leprechauns and IrishContinue reading “Looking for a good book for your Pagan child?”

Another book to read (plus some personal thoughts on polytheism)

The third book I ordered for Magic 1 arrived yesterday!  It’s called Practical Magic in the Northern Tradition by Nigel Pennick whom you may remember is the co-author of A History of Pagan Europe along with Prudence Jones.  Having thoroughly enjoyed A History, I couldn’t wait to start it.  Yay for reading three books simultaneously!Continue reading “Another book to read (plus some personal thoughts on polytheism)”