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What do YOU want to know?

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  • Banshee
    Banshee says #
    How can one clear blocks and enhance physic abilities
  • Jami
    Jami says #
    I would like to know about my past lives. My email is BB.
  • Stacey Leary
    Stacey Leary says #
    My question is more about my career path and loved one who is having problems in his life. I am caught between some career choices
  • Arden of Seven Trees
    Arden of Seven Trees says #
    While I have always had and been true to my beliefs, I have just recently been focused on walking the Path of the Goddess. I have
  • Catt Foy
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    Dear Ermin: First let me say that your entire life will be a journey of discovery. We often begin to question how the world work

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John Edward is a medium of some renown.  I used to watch him on Crossing Over and have always wanted to meet him.  He recently was in Milwaukee, Wisconsin which is near my home.  I splurged and bought a ticket.

I hoped for a reading.  I talked to my people who have passed and told them about it and asked them to come through.  I went with a friend and hoped for a reading.  All the while in my head I said to the people who I connect with they should come through.  

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Yan Tan Tethera: 1-20 in Witch

 Yan tan tethera pethera pimp

 sethera methera hovera covera dik

 yan-a-dik tan-a-dik tethera-dik pethera-dik bumfits

 yan-a-bumfits tan-a-bunfits tethera-bumfits pethera-bumfits figgits

 And figgits have a notch

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I’m going to step away from my usual topics to discuss marriage and civil union.  I had a brief discussion about this on twitter. Let me start off by saying, I have no problems with male/female, female/female or male/male relationships.  The whole stickiness starts with the idea of what marriage is and who should be allowed to do it.  I think it ought to be a level playing field.  Heck, I don’t even have an issue with people jointly marrying more than one person at a time as long as they are all consenting adults.


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  • Jan Calloway-Baxter
    Jan Calloway-Baxter says #
    Unfortunately, I don't believe this would help. It would simply move the current debate to "Who should be allowed to have a civil
  • charlotte
    charlotte says #
    I think its a MARVELOUS idea,,,how smart you are,,the point of most people of MARRIAGE is to join as a family with all the rights
  • Paulene Adams
    Paulene Adams says #
    I've always said what we call marriage should be more of a contract between people. So civil union works. I also said that it shou
  • Anne Newkirk Niven
    Anne Newkirk Niven says #
    Five years ago, I would have agreed with you 100%, but my perspective has now changed. LGBT people want the word "marriage" to be
  • Melia Brokaw
    Melia Brokaw says #
    Are they interested in a word or equal rights? I think they are interested in equal rights. The word should be irrelevant.

While my reading is eclectic, I probably read more paranormal romance and urban fantasy than any other genres. I love the mix of adventure, magic, menace, heroism, and romance. For a long time, I focused on books with female protagonists or heterosexual couples, preferably of an alternative religious persuasion; give me a badass witch with a sword and I'm happy. Only recently have I discovered the literary subculture that is M/M paranormal romance.

I totally blame KJ Charles.

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  • Rebecca Buchanan
    Rebecca Buchanan says #
    Cool, thanks!
  • Anthony Gresham
    Anthony Gresham says #
    Urban fantasy stuff, I have some favorites I can recommend. If you don't mind anime I recommend Kyo Kara Maoh on and

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Welcome to Summerisle!

 Summer is icumen in, loudly sing cuckoo. Grows the seed and blows the mead, and springs the wood anew. Sing, cuckoo! Ewe bleats harshly after lamb, cows after calves make moo!

Ever since I began ritualing with my fostering coven almost ten years ago, The Wicker Man has been one of my favorite movies.  We’d watch it together every Beltane, sipping mead and telling jokes, singing the songs and quoting our favorite lines.  One year I was feeling especially inspired so I put it on to play first thing in the morning and my DVD ran on repeat until I went to bed that night.  Clearly, to say that I adore The Wicker Man is an understatement. 

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Ghetto Tarot

A group of Haitian artists have taken the Rider-Waite-Smith iconography and turned them into a vibrant, colorful photographic interpretation called the Ghetto Tarot. You can find out more about the project at IndieGoGo here

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  • Janet Boyer
    Janet Boyer says #
    I agree completely, Francesca. That's one reason I didn't take Rachel's comments too seriously: she failed to provide actual proof
  • Francesca De Grandis
    Francesca De Grandis says #
    Janet, thanks for responding. You're mentioning important things in your response. Important! I'd originally commented because th
  • Francesca De Grandis
    Francesca De Grandis says #
    Rachel, Janet, help me out, please. After reading your conversation, I researched the deck. From everything I read, it seems like
  • Rachel
    Rachel says #
    Poverty fetishization. Dressing poor people up like they're dolls. It's notable that I've yet to see a defense of this deck that d
  • Janet Boyer
    Janet Boyer says #
    I'm not here to defend anything. I'm here to post ideas, books, decks and projects related to symbolism. I trust that my readers a

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