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The other day I was up at Associate's place - dropping of bits - picking up bits etc...There sitting in a box - on a chair, was a rather sad, and broken "Gourd Pot" with faces on - well with some faces...one was completely broken of, there were chips all over the pot, pieces missing - other faces with damaged.....just a MESS!So I inquired - "What's happening with this" - obvious response: "It needs repairing"!! - Me: "Would you like me to try and repair it" - too which Associate gleefully said "Take it"...So for the last few days - that is exactly what I did - slowly repaired the Pot...Cleaned it up - and then in its final stage - mixed an old fashioned Oil and Bee's Wax polish - gently laye
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In this week's Pagan Community Notes, Solstice sunrise at Stonehenge, Lummi Nation totem moving to DC, Panera Bread lawsuit update, and more news. Continue reading Pagan Community Notes: Week of June 21, 2021 at The Wild Hunt. #Content-Attribution# Source: Content Creator: The Wild Hunt Date: 2021-06-21T23:25:48+0000
Forgive me everyone but i miss you all blessed be everyone
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Happy Solstice from our crew here at the Wild Hunt! Continue reading Solstice Blessings from The Wild Hunt at The Wild Hunt. #Content-Attribution# Source: Content Creator: The Wild Hunt Date: 2021-06-20T21:08:55+0000
Spent a good chunk of the day in the Garden - and at one point - it came to having to deal with the Roses.They were in full bloom - the bushes had many - and the opened heads crowded out the Buds...So I spent an hour de-heading all the open flowers - TWO bucket fulls later - had me sitting indoors removing stems from Petals... In a copper based - stainless steel pan - they went - filled with Water from a Mountain Spring called "Hekate's Well"...a cup of Vodka - and then brought to a gentle simmer...until the bright Red petals turned a blush Pink.Then strained the petals from the liquid of bright Red fluid - into a large container - "Rose Water" is set aside to cool.  The petals are placed in
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Storm Faerywolf looks back on the history of queer rights that have shaped the modern celebration of Pride Month. Continue reading Opinion: A Retrospective of Pride at The Wild Hunt. #Content-Attribution# Source: Content Creator: Storm Faerywolf Date: 2021-06-19T21:00:30+0000
My mom got me this a lucky skull
I see a HUGE amount of Dialogue on many sites that endorses Reiki - and along with that is the "Levels" that allow One to be Certified...and it truly drives a deep sadness within...... because Reiki - (as it is now termed) was NEVER meant to have been placed under that "Sales Pitch"..From its original Concept in 1922 - it was given as Therapies generally known under the name 'seishin ryōhō' (“Psycho-Spiritual Therapies”) or 'reijutsu' (Spirit Techniques). That soon changed during the 4th take over 1935 (December) by Hawayo Takata (1900-1980), who began about six months of studying Usui Reiki Ryōhō, and by 1951, Takata began teaching on the North American mainland. The 6th Take over in 1984:
The Havamal is a 164/165 stanza poem from the Codex Regulas (Royal Book) written in the 13th century. Havamal loosely means "Words of the Havi" or "Words of the High One". It is considered as wisdom and guidance given from Odin on how one should act and be a generally good person. It is an interesting and short read. Well, I found it interesting because of how it paints the Nordic/Viking people of the time in a more polite and civilized way instead of the barbaric view that is often depicted in movies, etc.I found a free version of it here: http://www.public-library.uk/ebooks/43/74.pdfNo doubt there are many free versions floating around the internet. Who knows, you might read it and enjoy i
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Alan D.D. nos recuenta la leyenda de la princesa Carú, y cómo su historia se cruza con la propia lucha contra la depresión del autor. Continue reading Columna: Las Lágrimas Eternas de Carú – El Poder del Llanto at The Wild Hunt. #Content-Attribution# Source: Content Creator: Alan D.D. Date: 2021-06-18T21:25:54+0000
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Alan D.D. tells the legend of a princess named Carú, and how her story intersects with his own experiences with depression. Continue reading Column: Carú’s Eternal Tears – The Power of Crying at The Wild Hunt. #Content-Attribution# Source: Content Creator: Alan D.D. Date: 2021-06-18T21:25:44+0000
It all started with little orphan onion. Poor thing, I threw it out. Then I noticed a potatoe growing where it shouldn't have, so poor thing, I threw it out. Forgot to water the hyacinths, poor things, I threw them out too. Then I noticed random plants sitting on the thing in the flower bed ... poor things were dying, so I planted them. Then I noticed more plants dying on my table ... poor things, so I planted them. Then I noticed a spearmint plant struggling to survive in my driveway, so poor thing, I planted it. Then I noticed a clove of garlic growing out of a bag, so poor thing I started and planted it. Now the white onions are growing up large and strong, all on their own. So too, are t