Saturday, April 2, 2011

I suck...

I am going to start updating this thing more often if it is the LAST thing I do...

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Up Coming Blog Entries!

"For the Love of the Earth Mother!: Atheists, Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Jews, Pagans and Environmentalism."

"The Victim Mentality and Religious Name Calling."

"Finding the Balance between Recon and Modern Paganism: OR How I Stopped Worrying and Came to Love The Goddess."

"Arrogance: Or Why Supposedly Open Minded Pagans Can Be Their Own Worst Enemy."

"Video Game Review: Age of Mythology."

"BUT IT'S OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLD!" (Best read in a VERY whiny voice) So what still a good game and gonna review it!

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Two Pagans now hold office in these United States

The first is Dan Halloran a Lawyer who was elected to New York City council on the Republican ticket.

Blogspot is being a pain with links right now so untill I can get them to work there in plain text.

"NY-23 wasn’t the only race on Tuesday night in New York, city residents also voted to fill a vacant city council seat to work alongside that bastion of conservatism Mike Bloomberg. A Republican won the seat; Dan Halloran became the first openly pagan city councilmen

Dan Halloran became a city council member for New York’s 19th district despite having one thing going against him that his opponent tried to use. Dan Halloran is a pagan, an openly practicing pagan who worships Odin and other Norse gods. All of you comic book buffs out there know Oden as the father of Thor. Maybe he helped Dan Halloran bring it home on Tuesday.

Halloran was raised Catholic but had an epiphany after his father died when he was a senior in high school, that’s when he started to study his family heritage which ultimately led him into the religion of Theodism. Theodism is a form of Norse Paganism that worships, like I said before, comic book character’s fathers. (I’m sure I’ll catch it for that one)


The other is Jessica Orsini. A Transgender woman who got elected on the Democratic ticket in City of Centralia, Missouri,


How cool is this!?

Monday, September 21, 2009

What is a Pagan anyway?

Many people define Pagan in different ways. This is mine.

Pagan: A person that honors and worships many Gods and Spirits including spirits of the dead and of nature. Believes in one or more spirtual realms. A pagan normally but not always practices magic and divination.

There you go. What do you think folks?

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Monday, August 31, 2009

Pre-meal prayer

"I give thanks to the Spirits.
Who have given me this food with there life.

I give thanks to the Ancestors.
Who have made this meal possible.

I give thanks to the Gods.
For there infinite blessings."


"I give thanks to the Kindred of the Land.
Who have given me this food with there life.

I give thanks to the Kindred of the Sea.
Who have made this meal possible.

I give thanks to the Kindred of the Sky.
For there infinite blessings."

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Guess who is back?

I just got a new computer my old one having finally gone to the realms of the dead. It is now giving the dead internet access. RIP computer.

Other things going on for me is that I hope with the help of the Gods, especally one Dinoysos who seems to have taken an interest in me, I will be in college again next year.

My spirtual life has taken an interesting turn, somedays I feel like the Powers are passing me around one to the next. Kind of like a big family gathering where you keep being sent around to meet your relatives?

Somedays that's how I feel in my Paganism.