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Pagan Pride Day Wishlist

Started Nov 20, 2015

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I believe.

My favourite sin is pride.

 

You shall have no other gods before me. You shall not make yourself an idol in the form of anything." Exodus 20: 3,4

 

Though I am recognized as a heretic, my belief is firm and I accept it as righteous. I accept the divine absolutely, recognizing an omniscient, omnipotent omnipresence in a monotheism. In admiring the weave of the veil I found my fingers knotted in the threads: marionette strings pulled by Gipetto and Pinnochio both.

My Sin: I am.

I am here: a blend of experiences rendered by 5 senses that Cartesian reason has left petty to me. Yet the still backstage, the ultimate lack of the validity of taste, touch, sight, and sound, inspires the curiosity: what are we experiencing for? Unable to settle with unanswered questions, I'll race for the next conclusion. Who am I to know? What does knowing matter? If it did not, then what does it? If I am naught, then I can not, and if I do then I am, and must be, if for no reason other than want.

First and foremost, I am an artist. Stripped of everything I will keep my skill to change one thing into the same thing with a unique familiarity to something different. Take away my body, though, and I lose this. Besides, I am forever cursed by my limitation to the preexistent. Who among us has sculpted new, painted unknown, even imagined what has not previously been presented? I can paint, but only with the colors in the rainbow. What color lies outside those purple edges? Even if I did see it, I would only be upset because I could not perceive the vision of sound, only of light. Then, why must I only perceive sound and sight, why not create wave and light. Only, even if I could create wave and light I would be jealous of not being able to construct the concepts of equal value to wave and light. Even when I think about what I would create now, I merely stumble because it all reflects what is already there.

So here I am: one in a part, tied to all of the others, able to move but only by dragging the rest with, and utterly aware. I try to wrestle off the awareness to settle in as just another thread in the veil. I will play my role, but I will play my own role too. I accept my responsibility. I want more as well, and I do not know if it is more important to take it now, or let it be served to me later. I have this limited life to take those risks, and I must play and gamble. So be it. Let us play.

19 May 1982 - Taurus-Gemini Cusp
Ritual Element Association with Water
Witchvox ID: 155336

Education:Graduate Credits in Education from Valparaiso University

Bachelor's of Fine Arts, Animation Major from The Illinois Institute of Art

Bachelor's of Arts, Anthropology Major from Indiana University

Notable Classes

Religion and American Culture

Native Uses of Herbs

Lost Tribes and Sunken Continents

Archaeology of the Ancient Maya

Shamanism and Spirit Possession

Anthropology of Religion

Philosophy of Religion

Classical Mythology

Occult in Western Civilization

The Living and the Dead

ULC recognized Minister

President of Earth Religions: Indiana University's Pagan Discussion Group (2004)

Events Coordinator of Earth Religions: Indiana University's Pagan Discussion Group (2001-2004)

 

Interests and Areas of Study:
Abrahamic Religions, Archaeology, Architecture, Art, Astrology, Aztecs, Cosmology, Clergy, Demonology/Djinn, Divination, Dogma, Elements, Enlightenment, Ethnobotany, Ethnography, Faeries, Gender, Glossolalia, Glyphs, Gnosticism, History, Incense, Mesoamerican Cultures, Metaphysics, Music, Mythology, Necromancy, Philosophy, Politics, Potions, Psychic Research, Religion, Ritual, Sacrifice, Satanism (LaVey and Traditional), Shamanism, Sorcery, Talismans, Tarot, Techno-shamanism, Transcendental Magic, Trance, Urban Primitivism, Witchcraft

 

BOYCOTT BP GASOLINE

Even before the Deepwater Horizon explosion of 2010, BP has been polluting our water.  The refinery in Whiting, Indiana is dumping Mercury into Lake Michigan, and BP wants to increase the amounts of ammonia and suspended solids it pours into one of the largest fresh water resources in the United States.  On top of this, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management has stopped fining agencies that violate their environmental permits. The EPA fined Indiana companies $27M in 2006 for violations, and named BP as one of the worst polluters. Between Indiana's political ineptitude and BP's environmental insolence, there is no guaranteed safety for Lake Michigan. Step up, and step away from BP gasoline for the good of a clean glass of American water.

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Paganicon 2017

So, I'll be at Paganicon 2017 in the Twin Cities next weekend. Is anybody else planning on attending? Have you been to any Pagan conventions?

Posted on March 11, 2017 at 4:48pm — 8 Comments

Aliens will solve Hawkins v. LaVey

I sometimes find that Neo-paganism is a stepping stone for Christians on their way to Atheism.  Certainly, one of the most monumental moments from my early days was letting go of the Christian belief -- not in the idea of God or prayer, but in context of my relationship to the world. Prime example:  If we reincarnate, my mother isn't "my" mother.  In Christianity, she only has one go around, and I am her child.  She may not be my mother next time, and I might not be her son.  Severing the…

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Posted on November 11, 2014 at 8:43pm

Full Moon Reflections

I attended a group, full-moon ritual last night; and, although it wasn't the greatest experience that I had, it was inspiring for greater work.

A real take away for me was attaching my sun-sign, Taurus, with a new totem.  I was presented with an image of a stout, broad animal with some kind of spike, and it came to me in several forms: Bull was in their, but also warthog and, most-notably, Rhinoceros.

It occurs to me that Rhinoceros is a new sacred cow for our…

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Posted on November 6, 2014 at 12:54pm

I can't believe I have found a Coven...

Goddess.com was an amazing place when I was a ritual-heavy solitairy occultist.  It was a place that I could go to communicate questions, which divination, meditation and prayer failed to resolve.  As I moved away from ritual to a more existential path, the role of this community to me ended up on the spiritual back-burner.

This year has been tumultuous, but fair.  Its crowning achievement, spiritually-speaking, has been finding the equivalent of a Coven.  With my ritual…

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Posted on October 31, 2014 at 10:22am — 1 Comment

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At 8:53pm on December 28, 2008, Webmistress said…
Hey Necrono,

Well, GoddessPlace is humming along. I'm just having DNS trouble getting the URL to display goddessplace.net rather than the Ning subdomain. I don't think the change will affect content, and I see you've already begin to customize your site.

Hey, I've posted the first chapter of a book I'm writing on www.ravensdaughter.com/world. If you like the genre, check it out.

Blessings as always,

Webby
At 2:25pm on January 5, 2009, Johnji said…
You and I, and of course Charlie, need to smoke some Hooka again!
At 11:24pm on January 5, 2009, Johnji said…
And if you got a job near Jacksonville, we would most definitely be best friends and I would invite you to my weekly gathering. I love you, Pierre!
At 12:36pm on January 9, 2009, WaterGoddess said…
Hi!!!!!!! Ha ha I've been...good! Done school finally now just saving money. How about you?
At 7:57pm on January 11, 2009, WaterGoddess said…
Sorry for disapearing!

Good luck tomorrrow hun!

;p *huggles* You'll do great! ;p
At 9:02am on January 14, 2009, Neithard Horn said…
Thank you for your Welcome; and I give you Aloha and Mahalo
Neithard
At 9:12am on January 14, 2009, Neithard Horn said…
I looked at your OnLine-Gallery and I liked a lot what you showed, Did you ever make a CortoonStrip?
At 6:13pm on January 14, 2009, Ramona said…
Who among us has sculpted new, painted unknown, even imagined what has not previously been presented?

Given there are not 2 things in this universe that are exactly alike, wouldnt your creations be unique even if it is a myriad of preexistances put together in a new way with a sllightly different vision? The only real squelching of my creations (artistic among other) are my personal judgements. I have successfully set those aside through meditation, worship and prayer and biofeedback, but mostly through biofeedback. Anyway, I wanted to tell you what a well-organized and unique website both yours personally and the whole. In addition, I wondered do you have any familiarity with "Indra's net" in hinduism?
be well.
At 8:05pm on January 14, 2009, Johnji said…
Ooh...your profile picture if sexy!!!
At 8:43pm on January 17, 2009, Reina said…
Walk it saves the world. One footstep is one live fish, one healthier child and an elderly person lives long. Selfish people drive, they think only of themselves. I stopped driving in June. I have lost weight, become healthier, and enjoy my life more. People I have meet here look at me like I am crazy for walking 5 minutes to the store. I think they are crazy, because they drive across the street to take there children to school. Which is more insane?

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