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Wishing you joyful holidays ❤️ 🐉📚🎄

To the tune of “Silent Night” Silent night, Solstice rite All is still, work our will Round our Yule log, here we join hands Candlelight burns so bright in the night Together we celebrate Yu…
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"Too many books"? I think what you mean to say is "not enough bookshelves"!😂

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Anxious Bookdragon is feeling magickal.

New blog today, on a subject near and dear to my heart! #UnicornMagick 🦄

#unicorn #magick #popculturemagick

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The Epic of Gilgamesh in the original language!

This clip gives you a taste of what Gilgamesh, one of the earliest known works of literature, sounds like in its mother tongue, Akkadian.
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Yay pagan books!!

FREDRICK, Md. - A collection of nearly 3,300 Pagan books and items have found a new home. The collection was once housed in a Washington D.C. Pagan community center. After the center closed in 2014, the collection was put into storage. Now it has been donated to the Unitarian Universalist Congregati
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Wheel of the Year & GeoLocal Celebrations - What do you think?

Celebrating the turning of the year as a pagan in Madison, WI has been a completely different experience from the years I spent in San Diego, CA. In SoCal, it was impossible to relate to “win…
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I will be drawing a name tomorrow! I would love it if you kept sharing my page and/or this post with your like-minded friends ❤️🐉📖 Still time to comment on the original post to enter the give-away!

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Gosh guys, we snuck past 100 likes without me even noticing! Thanks for your support I'd like to do a giveaway, and I have just the thing!

Comment below for... your chance to win a free copy of the latest edition (#34) of Witches & Pagans magazine!

My "Cons & Community" blog made it to the front editorial section, and you're in for a treat when you get to Calliope's Corner and see my Calling Quarters poem Other awesome authors in this issue include Jason Mankey, Christopher Penczak, AND Thorn Mooney.

Will draw a random winner on Friday!

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Do you know our Lady of the Silver Wheel? Do you want to? Personal experiences, songs, poems, writings... all welcome!

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS — "Silver Wheel: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Arianrhod"

Ninth Wave Press, the publishing arm of the Sisterhood of Avalon, is thrille...d to announce our 2017 Call for Submissions!

We are now accepting submissions for "Silver Wheel: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Arianrhod" and are seeking educational, celebratory and inspirational works in honor of the Welsh Goddess, Arianrhod.

Submissions Deadline is NEXT WEEK: Gwyl Awst, 7 August 2017

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Gosh guys, we snuck past 100 likes without me even noticing! Thanks for your support I'd like to do a giveaway, and I have just the thing!

Comment below for your chance to win a free copy of the latest edition (#34) of Witches & Pagans magazine!

My "Cons & Community" blog made it to the front editorial section, and you're in for a treat when you get to Calliope's Corner and see my Calling Quarters poem Other awesome authors in this issue include Jason Mankey, Christop...her Penczak, AND Thorn Mooney.

Will draw a random winner on Friday!

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Carebear Stare!

Every time I see “sending thoughts/energy/prayers/etc.” on social media, I cringe. It’s not that I don’t believe in the power of energy healing, because I do. “One 2013 study found that 10 minutes …
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Little bit of a change on the main site: First off. The Facebook page will still be one post a day in an effort to keep this channel open and going since the va...st majority of the traffic right now comes via fb.

Second: In an effort to at least temporarily reduce the manual factor of the site I've made it so when authors publish a piece on their blogs it goes right to the front page of paganbloggers.com. This may mean there won't be a piece on any given day, or we might get three! We'll see how the experiment goes. Please let me know if you like it or not.

Third: There are a few pieces that were published to individual blogs before I made the change to the front page a few minutes ago. I'll be feeding them over to the front page on a regular schedule until we've 'caught up' to the current stuff. Edit to add: I've now queued up all the posts that were caught up in the change. We should be completely up to date with the backlog on August 1.

Thank you for your patience while I figure this out.

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