Did I seriously lose a follower because I shared the Vanir link?

You people and your Tumblr grudges I swear.

For the record I got it off of some pretty well respected pagan pages on fb. 3 separate ones I follow shared it. So whatever leave. I don’t participate in your drama any way.

I can post to this blog but can’t view it. Wth mobile

I had this lovely dictated essay about Persephone and the under world, what it was about really. But then my phone died right before I could save it or share it. I guess that is a sign I am NOT to share it yet. Especially since it was my second attempt to get lost . *sigh*

Fuck. Every thing got deleted. I hate mobile. Hold that thought.


Stick-gods ~ God of Embalming

(via firechildk)

I’m sorry for the lack of posts- no Internet still

Any way today is me and my hubs 9th anniversary!

Lost a follower. Sorry I disappoint

It makes me sad that a lot of you are too young to remember Y2K.

the Fetch, the Witch, and the Gods



When a member of the Wandering Coterie travels into the Otherworld they manifest via what the Stardust Compass defines as a Fetch. This Fetch is often in the form of an animal referred to herein as the Fetch Beast (oft remaining unchanged throughout the lifetime of the witch), a variant of their current physical form (from naked to clothed, younger to older), or can even be interfaced with as an independent third-party entity referred to herein as the Fetch Partner. However, the Fetch is much more than just a beast or spirit-form of the Witch; it can oft extend far beyond (and have impacts beyond) the simple traversal of, and interactions with, denizens of the Otherworld at this unique point in space-and-time.

Note: the term ‘Fetch’ is utilized within other strains of Traditional Witchcraft, frequently with highly differing variations as to it’s meaning. Like other pieces of the gnosis driven materia forming the Stardust Compass, this too has it’s own unique variants on the definition compared to sister-paths.

"I shall go into a hare,
With sorrow and sych and meickle care;
And I shall go in the Devil’s name,
Ay while I come home again.”
— Isobel Gowdie, 1662

The Fetch as Beast

When a member of the Wandering Coterie manifests in the Otherworld, they will primarily do so in a non-human, animalistic form. While it is true that a cunning witch can

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The back of Jimmy Page’s 1977 tour jacket featuring the Stele of Revealing.


The back of Jimmy Page’s 1977 tour jacket featuring the Stele of Revealing.


It’s raining. The sky even cries for this passing. We all weep.

Rest in peace, Oh Captain, my Captain.

O Captain! My Captain!
O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done,
The ship has weather’d every rack, the prize we sought is won,
The port is near, the bells I hear,…

Its not even Halloween yet so why all the yule posts?