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Occasionally I wandered in where I was not wanted and gave truthful answers.
Sometimes I even did it deliberately. A little disruption now can prevent disaster later.

“We don't think we come into this World corrupt.”

Most heathens and neopagans would tell you that we don't believe in Original Sin. We don't think we come into this World corrupt. Sometimes we're born to bring something into the World, and sometimes we're born to take something into the next. But there is no way of telling which until we've Passed.
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We don't see ourselves as separate

We don't see ourselves as separate from Nature. We think that the Divine is very much a part of the universe and is living right here beside us. We tend to think of our Gods as Elder Relatives even if they are beyond our understanding.
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Animism means

…animism means that all things have a spiritual nature that is reflected in the World itself. You can't hurt or damage another without striking at yourself. Sometimes it's necessary, like hunting for food, but that doesn't change the death. So it's up to each of us to honor and respect the lives we take to make our own lives better.
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Revived - November 23, 2018

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NeoNote — Where do pagans fit in?

If you ask the question of thirteen pagans, you'd probably get forty-seven answers.

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Revived - November 16, 2018

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How does it make the World better?

We're people, not legends.

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Revived 12Oct2018

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Weird - from the lexicon

Duality is singularity reflected.

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Paganism isn't a movement

I don't think paganism is a movement. I think it's a life.
— NeoWayland
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Six new pages

I've been busy on the site, it's just not been obvious.

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Lady & Lord

The Lady's touch is life. The Lord's touch is love.
— NeoWayland
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Broken

I'm seeing people using their victimhood to control what others in the group will do.

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Growing season

In some European countries especially further north, there were two seasons, winter and summer. May Day traditionally marks the beginning of the growing season, not the beginning of spring. If the summer solstice is midsummer, that makes May Day the beginning of summer.
— NeoWayland, May Day
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Practical philosophy

You know, in this day and age the term philosopher is disparaged. There are a bunch of academics debating the works of people long dead, trying to stretch writings and sayings to fit their own worldview. They argue over punctuation and the implication of what was not said in which edition. Most of the people called philosophers today are little better than research librarians. They don't think about the practical application, you see.
— NeoWayland
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Attention

If you are Pagan because you need attention, you're doing it for the wrong reasons. You can't be Pagan just to be weird or to make people nervous. Faith isn't a costume, it lives and flows inside of you.
— NeoWayland, faith
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Journey

The Journey is SUPPOSED to drag you out of your comfort zone and your expectations and your perceptions and understandings. You can't walk between the worlds if you have both feet and nine fingers firmly anchored in one. The Story is told while the Journey is lived.
— NeoWayland, journey
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Cauldron

The cauldron in fact represented a great step forward in civilization. Before men were able to make metal cooking pots, which would withstand fire, they had to be content with thick earthenware pots, which were heated by the laborious process of dropping very hot stones into them. The metal cauldron, over which the woman as head of the household presided, gave men better cooked food, more plentiful hot water to cleanse themselves, and herbal medicines which could be decocted by boiling or infused in boiling water. Hence the cauldron became an instrument of magic, and especially of women’s magic.
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Peak

We're not wired emotionally to differentiate between 'good' and 'bad.' We just recognize peak passion, the strongest emotions. If your peak passion is with your family and loved ones, those are the experiences you seek out. If your peak passion is because you built an amazing motorcycle, that is what you remember and seek out. And unfortunately, if your peak passion is abuse at work or abusing someone, that is what you seek out.
— NeoWayland, peak experience
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NeoNotes – Government should not be trusted

I do not believe that a government agency should be trusted with caring for the environment.

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Personal

Faith is a personal choice. It has to be, or it has no meaning.
— NeoWayland
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NeoNotes — Defending my faith (the long one)

I try to give Christians the benefit of the doubt, mainly because I expect the same. Some make it harder than others. Live and let live works mostly.

For space reasons, this entry has it's own page.

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In the spirt of the season

This dryad is an excellent symbol of spring.

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Disconnect

I don't suppose it's really important in the overall scheme of things, but I find it unnerving.

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NeoNotes — IQ is culture dependent

It's not that they don't have the raw ability, most just don't have the skills.

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NeoNotes — the middle

If the winter solstice is the middle of winter and the summer solstice is the middle of summer, the vernal equinox is the middle of spring and the autumnal equinox is the middle of fall.

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Giving away your power

If you give your passion to them, then they win. You'll always be reacting and you'll always be unhappy.
— NeoWayland
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Tainted frisson

Politics has tainted paganism in my mind and I am working to re-establish the separation.

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NeoNotes — Fluffies and Crusaders

Uh oh, I just revealed Secrets That Must Not Be Revealed. The Powers-That-Wanna-Be may insist I turn in my lucky charm.

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No Grand Cause here

I don't believe in them, you see.

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In defense of Bonewits' work

If his work can't stand on it's own, people will find something else.

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Journal 12Jan2018

Thinking by blogging
Sympathy is not part of my nature. Fellow-feeling is a gift that I have to work at, so I do. I consider it as restitution for the person I once was.
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So much for avoiding the topic

I don't approve of older men having sex with young teens, but it has been happening from the beginning.

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NeoNotes — Man separate from Nature

"Supernatural" depends on the definition of "natural."

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“The Christians and the Pagans”

A great seasonal song

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Lady Moon

Ah, Lady Moon, the kiss of your light works wonders.
     — NeoWayland
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NeoNotes — Roy Moore and the Decalogue monument - updated

Moore put a Decalogue monument in court. At night. With very few people knowing until the next day. Moore is on record as saying that man's law is under God's law. That is not something you want to hear a judge say, especially when you don't share his religion.

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She was more than a bit put out

When I finally did hear the voice of the Divine, it was female. And She was more than a bit put out that it had taken so long to get my attention. I did hear a male Divine voice too, but that was later.
     — NeoWayland, Why are you Pagan?
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Best practices

If it's Tuesday, it must be technopagan.

There was a great piece that I linked at Pagan Vigil in my Tuesday headline roundup, Why Simple Beats Complex. Ben Carlson is addressing the investment world, but I think it may be universal. Regular readers may recognize the theme from Zed Shaw's The Master, The Expert, The Programmer. Both these pieces are worth your time.

Shortly after reading Shaw's essay, I examined my writing. I was making it complex, I was flourishing what I knew and expecting people to pat me on the head and say, "Good job." Stripping out the nonessentials was hard and time consuming. It once took me nine months to get a single sentence exactly right. But there it was, simple, basic, and no one could disagree. But people could dismiss it as trite. I had to learn that just because others didn't see the possibilities didn't mean I had to explain it. Four Powers of the Magus all over again, to keep silent.

Carlson makes two important points. Complexity is about tactics; simplicity is about systems. Simple is harder.

Successful people usually stick to basic rules. It's because those rules usually work. And if the rules don't work, people who understand the rules usually understand the World. That gives a leg up in choosing what to try next.

Take one of my favorites. It's the one I try to build my life around. Leave the World a little better than when you found it. I call it a secret of life for good reason. This rule doesn't say do not litter. It's implied. This rule doesn't say clean up the kitchen every morning. This rule doesn't say tend your garden

Let's look at three other rules I use.

GOLDEN RULE - Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

SILVER RULE - Do for yourself at least as much as you do for others.

IRON RULE - Don't do for others what they can do for themselves.

That Iron rule applies in my magick. When someone comes to me for help, I judge if help is necessary, needed, and deserved. I don't just rely on my own judgement, but there have been only a handful of times when I've been "overruled." I'm not in this to save souls, I'm in this to leave the World a little better than how I found it. That means sometimes I say "No."

It's not easy. People in need don't want to hear it and it makes pain worse.

Right now one of the things I'm doing is the Timetable page on this site. I'm planning on redoing the lexicon using the same techniques. It's modular, built up from tested parts added one at a time and tested again as I go along. Most people will never think about the construction of the page, for them it will just work. Just like this site.

I try to strip my magick and my rituals down to what's needed and build from there.

Complexity can work, but adding complexity means making it more unstable. If I am building to last, I want to know it will last.

In my home.

In my words.

In my magick.

Simple, well tested ideas that work well together without constant tweaking. Doing more with less. The mark of a master.

Sometimes I actually pull it off.

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Ego-trapped

I let my ego off the chain last weekend. It was a vain and foolish thing to do. And it had consequences.

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Magick everyday

The air is still humid from last night's never-storm. No rain, but plenty of lightning and thunder around midnight.

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Beyond patriotism

I was coming off a long time of being militantly solitary and I relished the fellowship I finally allowed myself.

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Secrets

At present, books are widely available which contain the lion's share of the secret teachings that one is likely to come upon in most secret societies. Yet the lack of interest most people have in penetrating into inner realities assures that these teachings remain unperceived - and therefore 'secret'.
— Jay Kinney from “Human Rites and Hidden Assets”, Gnosis № 6, Winter 1987-'88
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Pure

If we're not recognizing and honoring the cycles, what are we doing?

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Holy places

Holy places are dark places. It is life and strength, not knowledge and words, that we get in them. Holy wisdom is not clear and thin like water, but thick and dark like blood.
— C.S. Lewis, Till We Have Faces
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Penetration into the darkness

The penetration into the darkness surrounding God - the gulf between one's self and the All - involves the willingness to relinquish the comforting certainties of one's religion and risk heresy, if that is where the path leads.
Jay Kinney from “Heresies 101”, Gnosis № 4, Spring-Summer 1987
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Question

If you don't question what a book or Authority Figure™ tells you, you aren't doing your part.
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Absolutely

As a rule, absolutes don't.
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Once upon a time

Our Dieties aren't suspended in “once upon a time,” they transcend us. They inspire us. They tantalize us.
     — NeoWayland, Anachronism
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Science and Paganism

“Empirical Meets Spiritual: the Intersection of Science and Paganism”

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No one

But there is no one place where everything thrives.

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What makes a pagan different?

Now there are a thousand and thirteen pat answers to that question, but that day it got me thinking.

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Affirmation of NeoWayland

Yes, I know the rhythm is odd. It works though.

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Pagan anti-environmentalist

Environmentalism is a political movement. It’s about controlling other people to achieve utopia. It’s about closing yourself off from the possibilities.

I don’t want to be limited by the word “environmentalism” anymore. I don’t think ecology is about saving the Earth. I think it’s about understanding how things fit and the tradeoffs we make. It’s about looking at where we were, where we are, and where we could go.
     — NeoWayland

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NeoNotes — 10th anniversary of “Pentacle Quest”

If someone has served honorably, then they should have whatever they want on their headstone up to and including Mickey Mouse. Government issue or not, it's not about what is "approved." It's about honoring someone who chose to serve and fulfilled that duty.
     — NeoWayland
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❝Love begins at home❞

It may sound like a cliché, but love begins at home. No amount of one-night stands will compensate for not feeling okay about yourself. Anyone who tells you that they are still looking for the 'right' partner so that they can practice sexual magic 'properly' still hasn't cottoned on to the basic facts that so-called sex-magic 'power' does not reside in other people, techniques, or in occult 'secret teachings.' All magical 'power' comes from within, and cultivating Self-Love is a first step to unleashing this power. Which is not to say that it is easy—it often isn't, and many people spend years struggling to like themselves. Self-Love requires that you accept yourself—warts and all, rather than trying to live up to a self-image which is unrealistic and unbalanced. Self-Love enables you to relax so that you are not continually flogging yourself with internal criticism, and, significantly, you do not feel an overwhelming need to have other people's approval. Self-Love changes the way we relate to others, so that we no longer use other people as props to support our fantasies, but begin to see them as independent agents. If you do not love yourself, then you will find it difficult to love other people—you will continually use others to prop up parts of your ego.
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Sterility cults

Yet rather than calling the earliest religions, which embraced such an open acceptance of all human sexuality, 'fertility cults,' we might consider the religions of today as strange in that they seem to associate shame and even sin with the very process of conceiving new human life. Perhaps centuries from now scholars and historians will be classifying them as 'sterility cults.'
— Merlin Stone, When God Was A Woman
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Nothing supernatural exists

If something changes the universe, it can be measured. If it can be measured, it can be analyzed. If it can be analyzed, experiments can be performed.
— NeoWayland
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NeoNotes — Which god?

Our nation in particular calls back to the classical Greeks and the Roman Republic.

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★ Earth Day (original) as “the first day of spring”

21Mar1970 San Francisco

My entry on
Earth Day and politics.

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Patterns

The patterns we see in the universe may be nothing more than longing and human conceit. But if using those patterns gives us a desired result, then the patterns are a useful fiction. The "ultimate reality" doesn't necessarily matter or even our belief doesn't matter, if we behave as if we believe and successfully reach our goals.

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Winter begins

So it's with shorter hair and hot chocolate that I anticipate this High Holiday.

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Season of my idiocy

Elections bring out some very idiotic behavior

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❝Mother Nature was the only one who fit❞

I didn't have a word for what I was for years. I was the small kid who announced to his family that if there was a God the Father, it was only natural that there had to be a God the Mother too. And Mother Nature was the only one who fit the bill.
— NeoWayland, Why are you Pagan?
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Truthful

You are connected.

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Lady in repose

I usually just call this kind Gaia

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Gets sent out for snacks

The point is that the ‘I' part of you, the ego, gets sent out for snacks while the universe has it's way with the rest of you. The ego doesn't really know what's happening until it gets back and finds the tangle of sheets in the bedroom. And all the cushions scattered in the living room. And your naked body in the front yard. Not something your ego would have chosen, but the rest of you is pretty happy how things turned out.

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Before this Year ends

Bone, Heart, Thought, Deed, and Spirit, I honor those who helped shape my life

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Kafkatrap

I was adding commentary to some of my lexicon entries.

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Naturally yours

You know the thing I love most about the summer?

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NeoNotes — What witch?

The "Witch Winter Solstice Ritual" in Nylon is populist pap. It's a lot like having Easter using only Cadbury eggs and never once mentioning a resurrection or what it might mean.

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Interconnections

Just because we humans don’t like a species doesn’t mean it’s not absolutely essential.

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Bloody sacrifice

I don't think animals should be killed for ritual use. I have issues with animals being killed for food. It's why I still pray before meals. I'm honoring their sacrifice even though I know they don't understand.

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Intuition & Inspiration

You have to begin by learning. Intuition relies on knowledge and experience.

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Religion and politics

When I started blogging, I separated my political stuff from my pagan stuff. I did it after a lot of soul searching. It would have been so simple to wrap everything into a giant ball of victimhood and blame the world for my troubles.
— NeoWayland
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Sex advice

Hold her hands, gently, almost like a caress. Tell her how you feel about her. Tell her how you feel when you are with her. Do it again in thirteen minutes, precisely.

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The Lady Always Chooses

Poetic inspiration gives a glimse. That's a long way from manifesting.

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Faith Triad

No matter what the inspiration, you still have to come down off the mountain. Living in the Here & Now helps make you human.

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Collecting pelts

Thinking by blogging

No, it wasn’t responsible. No, I’m not proud of it. And yes, it lasted longer than it should have with me.

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Totems I have known

It made my childhood interesting, some of my “imaginary” friends were really there.

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Earth centered

More and more I think I was wise to separate my pagan blogging from my political blogging.

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Before the Gate of Winter

Bone, Heart, Thought, Deed, and Spirit, I choose to honor these people this season

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Naked pagans & sex - updated

Pagans do not “get nekkid” so you can get your jollies.

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Do you know what I get asked about the most?

They want flashy cheap answers to their problems. In easy to swallow pill form if possible.

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Lughnasadh

Harvestpoint differs from Lughnasadh, but that is a good place to begin your studies.

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Letter & Spirit

Sometimes ravens leave a primary feather in my yard.

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Religion

I think too many people are into religion for the politics.

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Impress Me

If that "Living Word" exists, it has to be in the hearts and souls of those people who have really embraced it. It's not in a dusty book. The verses don't matter except to show you the way. Tell me what lives behind those printed words. Tell me how you turned your sacrifice into a blessing.
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Suncrest

Suncrest starts tomorrow, it’s my version of midsummer.

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Hermit and the noise

You shouldn’t listen to the folks in the weird clothes and making the loudest noises.

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The grand cause

You take a plot of land. Now you can grow flowers or vegetables or both. You choose.

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Gaia

This one’s a lusty lass, and not just because she’s nude and very pregnant.

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Earth Day & politics

Inspire, don’t require.
     — NeoWayland
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Tying thoughts to emotions

Thought germs are memes

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Better

My friends have always been the best of me.
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The Pope and his Pagan Christians

It has nothing to do with American neopagans

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Not Samhain

Welcome to Winter

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☯ Lady in the Court of Stars

Where else would She be now?

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Before the Deepest Night - updated

Bone, Heart, Thought, Deed, and Spirit, I choose to honor these people this season

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Meant to be used

This is a page from the third version of Technopagan Yearnings. There are some formatting differences. Originally published at www.neowayland.com/C550866538/E20100922133520

Gifts from the gods

No matter how beautiful the form, god inspired crafting is meant to be used. It's dishonorable to receive a gift from the gods and put it on a shelf just to look at on special occasions.
Okay, so yes, it's self-referential.

Doesn't mean it's not true though.

May you find your own god-gifts this equinox.

Posted: Wed - September 22, 2010 at 01:35 PM

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Witchy stuff in the pockets

Bet you thought I wasn't going to get one up today. I almost didn't.

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Just One

Sometimes I don't make the connections right away.

Sometimes.

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On the Threefold Law of Return

If you behave AS IF…

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A Rule of Three

Not about problem solving, just about getting the job done

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In which body modification technology catches me by surprise

Behold moodINQ

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Future

In Which NeoWayland combines Geekary and Technopaganism to Peer Dimly at Humanity's Potiential

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In Defense of Technology and Nature

It's a false choice to be either technological or natural. Our technology is our nature.

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A sun worshiper welcomes summer

"all of that sunshine,
all of that sweet golden sunshine,
that thrills me and fills me and…"

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Sort of

A place among friends

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Several rewrites later…

Dealing with life - updated

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Redux: Christians & Pagan Tolerance

My comments on a list I belong to

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On Christians and Pagan tolerance

Long, involved, but some good points

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I've got personality

Profiles are just the start to understanding, and programs don't always work

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Skeins

I want to choose my own

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Love

It's what brings us together

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Before Our Worlds Touch

Bone, Heart, Thought, Deed, and Spirit, I honor those who shaped my life

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Just like clockwork

It's true! It's true! The crown has made it clear.
The climate must be perfect all the year.

A law was made a distant moon ago here:
July and August cannot be too hot.
And there's a legal limit to the snow here
In Camelot.
The winter is forbidden till December
And exits March the second on the dot.
By order, summer lingers through September
In Camelot.

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Bittersweet honor

Unexpected and delightful

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Lightning and ritual

tek NO paa gan TEK no PAA gan

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Snap out of it!

Neo got kidnapped

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Bringing it home

Before and after

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How to be Pagan for a day

An absolutely serious and scholarly discussion on the details of Pagan belief

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Feeling

The little things that keep me in this world - updated

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Of gods and men
(updated)

I don't bow unless I respect

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Magick in the modern world

It isn't as far as you think

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The Robot vs. the trees

Adventures in humanity

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People needing people

Accept or not as you choose, that doesn't make it less true

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“In the absence of understanding, triviality dominates.” - UPDATED

“”The

Sort of progress, still not sure if I am going to do it

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Before the Wheel Turns

Bone, Heart, Thought, Deed, and Spirit, I choose to honor those who touched my life

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What's in a name?

Sabbat thoughts

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I suppose it is an inevitable question

Quick thought from a weirdo

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Before a Winter's Eve

Bone, Heart, Thought, Deed, and Spirit, I choose to honor these people this season

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Knot truth

Going beyond the 101 and even beyond the tradition

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Invoking passion for failure or success?

Why some fail all the time and how they can start to turn it around, with a little help from Stan and Ollie

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Lost Wonderers

Another class of seekers

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Synchronicity, coincidence, perception, and perspective

A ramble on conversations and shared ideas

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Before me

It's not quite... ancestor worship

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Blessed Journeys

The next step depends on the focus of your faith and your choices. It's not enough to be just Pagan.

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War Chant

My answer to certain Christian fundys who just happen to be blood relations. Things have gotten better since then. We even talk most of the time.

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Assembly of NeoWayland

Another wandering meditation, this time on the crowd that lives inside of you

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Mistress Moon

Spring Rites

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“You're not doing what I wanted you to do!”

Frustrated by unspoken expectations

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Reflections in a laptop screen

Contemplating modern paganism and my own faith

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In the moment

Part of a IM conversation I had with Juliaki.

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Real flows, direct from the source

Feeling the energy

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I do not fear the dark

This is what happens when you hit deadline and you can't think of anything to write. You bring out something from your poetry file. This started as a chant and developed into something else along the way.

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Discussion on initiation

A great discussion on what initiation is and what it is for, touching on whether self-initiation is valid

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Self-initiation

Most of the "self-initiated" aren't. We need to find ways to recognize that.

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Why are you Pagan?

My personal view

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Coyote

Adapted from an IM session, but it is just my words and beliefs

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Study notes

Working my way through my "to read" shelf

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Basking in the moonlight

I played hooky and climbed up on the roof, just so I could enjoy the moon peeking through the trees on the greenbelt in my desert.

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The Word is Not the Thing

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Sometimes we forget that language isn't reality

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Tree Of Life

More notes concerning my personal tradition path

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Some thoughts from my
WebTree tradition path - updated

Moon phases and sabbats on a rainy night

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The Magick of Food

Thoughts before the sabbat

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Faith worthy of freedom

The only worthy faiths and beliefs are those freely chosen

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Comments on "Teach Me, My Way"

Juliaki wrote an pretty good piece on teachers and students in the Craft

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Calling yourself pagan

Part of an IM conversation I had with Juliaki tonight. You might find it interesting.

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A Blast from the Past

Enjoy!

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“Follow” is not exactly an accurate term

How I think paganism works for me

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Sunfell Tech Mage Rede Nine Words Serve The Tech Mage Best Keep What Works Fix What’s Broke Ditch The Rest

A narrow slice of life, but now and again pondering American neopaganism, modern adult pagans & the World.

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