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just-mythyk:

dovewithscales:

alandofdawnandstarlight:

made-of-love-and-stars:

autumnj0y:

I’m both pro herbal medicine and pro vaccination because you can treat burns with aloe vera juice and sore throats with lavender infused honey but you can’t rid a country of polio with plants. 

THIS.

Don’t forget kids, jewelweed is a natural counteragent to poison ivy rashes but it won’t do shit against whooping cough

Mint for nausea, valerian and chamomile for sleep, antibiotics for fucking infections.

educational and salty. i like it.

CultureFEST! Summer Solstice Saturday – Penn Museum

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CultureFEST! Summer Solstice Saturday – Penn Museum

Herbal Cocktails | Penn Today

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Herbal Cocktails | Penn Today

Airmid, Frustration, and What To Do When Magick Fails – Glasse Witch Cottage

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I don’t know about you, but I’m finding right now to be a deeply challenging time in which to live. As someone who is passionate about expanding social justice, equality, and equity for all, it sure feels like every attempt to make the world a better place is being flagrantly, callously, and sometimes even gleefully thwarted by those in power, at least daily.

It’s in this headspace of grief and frustration that I found an affinity with Airmid, the Celtic goddess of healing herbs. Not much is known of Airmid. If she’s mentioned at all, her life and work are condensed into a few short lines in most resources (though you may have run across an expanded version of her story in Kevin Hearne’s Iron Druid Chronicles series). But those few lines speak volumes. I’ll tell you my version of her story below.

Source: Airmid, Frustration, and What To Do When Magick Fails – Glasse Witch Cottage

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Divining The Lines – PaganSquare – PaganSquare – Join the conversation!

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This post started as notes in preparation for a talk I was planning for the seers group in my tradition. I decided to share it with some modifications to make it more broadly applicable. The following points are offered to encourage mindfulness and dialogue regarding the ethics and best practices for divination, oracular work, and allied disciplines. They do not cover all possible situations and differences in applications or doctrines, so change and adapt what is here to match your needs. I think that it is important for your sake and the sake of those lives that you touch to be clear on your ethical guidelines if you offer readings or oracular sessions of any kind. If you do not agree with any or all of these suggestions, I hope you will work to create your own or consider these a template that you can adjust.

Read more: Divining The Lines – PaganSquare – PaganSquare – Join the conversation!

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Delmarva Pagan Pride Festival

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Sunday, April 28 at 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM

At The Green in front of Legislative Hall. (Corner of Federal St & Duke of York St.) Dover, DE

Delmarva Pagan Pride Festival is an event to honor our beliefs and to share them with one another. Join us and enjoy guest speakers, book signings, drumming circles, pagan arts and crafts, workshops, tarot readings, great food, fine music and just plain old ways fun.

Admission is free, however we do ask for a donation of a non perishable food item for the Food Bank of Delaware.

Musical Guest: Mama Gina

A traveling Bard with down-to-earth, bluesy vocals, a bit of humor, and straight-ahead, rhythmic, acoustic guitar, djembe and frame drum, Mama Gina is a singer/songwriter, fearless storyteller, and wanderlust. She tells the true stories that fall into her head and heart, and sings of life, death and rebirth. She sings of holding on and letting go. She speaks to the Gods and Goddesses and they speak back. Oh, boy, do they speak back! She sings of her spiritual connection to the natural world, and of our responsibility to nurture both the mundane and the magical. When she is not performing, you just might find her camping in the woods seeking inspiration from the earth beneath her feet and the vast, open sky. www.mamaginamusic.com

At The Green in front of Legislative Hall. (Corner of Federal St & Duke of York St.) Dover, DE

Delmarva Pagan Pride Festival is an event to honor our beliefs and to share them with one another. Join us and enjoy guest speakers, book signings, drumming circles, pagan arts and crafts, workshops, tarot readings, great food, fine music and just plain old ways fun.

Admission is free, however we do ask for a donation of a non perishable food item for the Food Bank of Delaware.

Musical Guest: Mama Gina

A traveling Bard with down-to-earth, bluesy vocals, a bit of humor, and straight-ahead, rhythmic, acoustic guitar, djembe and frame drum, Mama Gina is a singer/songwriter, fearless storyteller, and wanderlust. She tells the true stories that fall into her head and heart, and sings of life, death and rebirth. She sings of holding on and letting go. She speaks to the Gods and Goddesses and they speak back. Oh, boy, do they speak back! She sings of her spiritual connection to the natural world, and of our responsibility to nurture both the mundane and the magical. When she is not performing, you just might find her camping in the woods seeking inspiration from the earth beneath her feet and the vast, open sky. www.mamaginamusic.com

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Occult Features of Anarchism w/ author Erica Lagalisse

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Occult Features of Anarchism w/ author Erica Lagalisse