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Mon, Nov. 14th, 2005, 06:50 pm
kalla2003: Help needed

Ok, so I'm finally getting of my ass and writing a pagan book. Basically its going to be spells and rituals for all occassions. What I need help with is figuring out what topics to cover. Here are the main topics I have so far: Full Moon, New Moon, Travel, Speed, Protection, House Blessing, Sleep, Self-Cleansing, Crossroads, Healing, Mental Clarity, Prosperity, Inspirations, and Sabbats. I need more ideas for what to include. I do plan to have an introduction that covers all the basics people will need to know to use the spells. Any and all ideas would be greatly appreciated and anyone contributing will get a mention in the book dedication. :)

Mon, Feb. 7th, 2005, 10:40 am
margorand: thoughts on the tarot

Do you think it ever tells you what you want to hear, or is it neutral? Sometimes I get the feeling that there's definite personality there. Any thoughts on how the bloody thing works?

Sun, Jan. 2nd, 2005, 10:21 pm
margorand: a little late, but still very funny

Saturnalia!. Don't be reading this one at work unless you have a very secluded cubicle.

Wed, Nov. 3rd, 2004, 03:15 pm
sasha_pervaya: From Russia with Love

Wooo! Posting from Russia! Posting from Russia! Um...yeah, I basically just wanted to flaunt the fact that I joined and give a shout-out to my Pagans from Russia. w00t! Hope you all had happy Samhains! Gogol' says hi! ^_^

Thu, Oct. 28th, 2004, 07:45 pm
margorand: drinky

Samhain's nearly upon us, and while it's not as much of a shagging holiday as, say, Beltane or Lughnasa, it's certainly an occasion for drinking! Therefore I'd like to share my favourite autumn drink, which is lovely on a cold night.

hot buttered rum:

Take a mug and pour in one shotglass full of rum, then fill up the rest of the way with apple cider. Sprinkle on some nutmeg and/or mace (it's a spice, as opposed to the stuff sold in aerosol cans in police supply stores) and microwave til hot. It usually takes between a minute and 90 seconds, depending on your microwave and the size of the mug. Don't nuke it too long, though, as you don't want to cook off all the alcohol. To be on the safe side, you can nuke the cider by itself and add the rum afterwards. Then top with a pat of butter and enjoy a warm boozey pagan evening!

Tue, Oct. 26th, 2004, 12:29 am
margorand: welcome

Just a little introductory post... this community was created for all the past and present members of the Circle (formerly PSG) at Wellesley College. This is a place to connect with other Wellesley pagans, especially for those of us who have graduated and may not have a local pagan community anymore. Feel free to post about anything, be it pagan stuff or not. :-)