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Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-centered Religions | Joyce Higginbotham, River Higginbotham
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Paganism is a broad term that includes such paths as Wicca, Druidism, and Asatru, whose practitioners embrace the idea that the natural world is sacred. Introduces the beliefs, ethics, and practices of modern Pagans and answers such questions about Pagan beliefs as: What are Pagan rituals like? ; When are the Pagan holidays? ; What do Pagans believe about God? ; What is magick? ; How do Pagans view Satan? ; and What ethics do Pagans follow?
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4thhouseontheleft
Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-centered Religions | Joyce Higginbotham, River Higginbotham
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I noticed some people posting their witchy shelves for the #witchpleaseswap! This is more a mythology shelf, with a few witchy books thrown in, because my collection is scattered throughout the house!

DivineDiana Love! The books on magic remind me of Mr. Norrell! 😉 1y
Ddzmini Are those pieces from a chest set or did you buy them separately there great my husband is Norwegian 1y
4thhouseontheleft @ddzmini Not from a chess set! I found them on Etsy, they are made in Ukraine. https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheSlavicWay 1y
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shellleigh33 I ❤️ your pieces. They are unique 1y
DimeryRene I bought my boyfriend the Odin one from that same shop. It was a Christmas present, but arrived in like March! It had a long way to come and I ordered it mid-December. 🤦🏽‍♀️ 1y
Ddzmini Thank you 😊 1y
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Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-centered Religions | Joyce Higginbotham, River Higginbotham
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I don‘t purchase physics books often since I read from my kindle but we went to Half Priced Books last night and decided to shake things up a little this year in our homeschool. The big kids are getting bored so we are gonna be exploring new and exciting things! I‘m excited to get started!

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4thhouseontheleft
Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-centered Religions | Joyce Higginbotham, River Higginbotham
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With Rosh Hashanah and Mabon (fall equinox) back-to-back this year, I'm enjoying planning out our joint holiday decor and feast! 😃 I thought a pumpkin spice latte was apropos for the task at hand. 🌽🍂🍁🌾🍎

Cinfhen That's cool 🌞I'm not familiar with Mabon....what rituals/ customs do you have?!? 2y
julesG I have neglected my pagan side during the last years. I think I'm going to throw together a Mabon altar this year. @Cinfhen, for me, Mabon is a sort of thanksgiving for the food the earth/mother nature has provided this summer. 2y
4thhouseontheleft @Cinfhen I only celebrate loosely, because I am agnostic more than anything else, but I value recognizing/honoring the flow of the seasons. Mabon is a time of harvest, reflection, and transition. I've always thought it ties well with the High Holidays and Sukkot. I put together a table (others would call it an altar) that has features of both Holidays. (edited) 2y
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Cinfhen I'd love to see your photos 😍it sounds a lot like Sukkot (edited) 2y
Cinfhen I love that @julesG would love to see how you celebrate/ mark the change of harvest 💕💕 2y
4thhouseontheleft @julesG me too! Most people are confused by me, lol, because we keep a Jewish home (hubby is Jewish, and we are raising our daughter Jewish), I'm generally agnostic, but there are a lot of pagan ideas that I can really relate to, and I incorporate that into my life as well. Most people just guess that I'm Jewish and I typically leave it at that, because it's easier than explaining everything else. 😆 @Cinfhen (edited) 2y
4thhouseontheleft @Cinfhen It is (maybe why I love sukkot so much)! So, my table/altar this year will have red/orange table coverings, a bowl of apples with a small jar of honey, acorns, red candles, a kiddush cup, quartz and amber stones, and a cornucopia with a few small winter squash or dried corn if I can get them (it's still a little early to find them here). (edited) 2y
Cinfhen Sounds fantastic 2y
[DELETED] 3803335244 Love this! 💜 2y
monalyisha @4thhouseontheleft We celebrate the Equinox, too! Are you planning any special rituals? 2y
monalyisha Oh, just caught @Cinfhen 's query! My bad! 🙊 2y
BookishMarginalia That sounds lovely and life-affirming. 💜 2y
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4thhouseontheleft
Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-centered Religions | Joyce Higginbotham, River Higginbotham
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An interesting chapter to read in conjunction with Dog Whistle Politics. 😊

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4thhouseontheleft
Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-centered Religions | Joyce Higginbotham, River Higginbotham
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A rare quiet summer morning, perfect for some reading and note-taking! Oh, and tea. There must always be tea. ☕️📒📖