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Witchy Wednesday: Lore

The second task for Witchy Wednesday is to post about a story or myth from folklore.  There are so many stories I’m fond of, it was hard to choose just one.  At some point, I would like to put together a book of myths and stories for my daughter, so I even considered using this as an opportunity to write my own creation story – but I think I’ll let that one wait for another time.

Since it’s the planting season, and I’m feeling particularly green lately, I think I will go with the story of Airmed.  While it will be based on traditional myth, the story will be one to add to the book of children’s folktales, so it will be my own creation.

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Signs and Symbols: The Language of the Deep Mind

This is a subject that I’ve been thinking about a lot lately.  2009 has been a very tumultuous year for me, and when the world starts spinning around you like a top on acid, you start looking to the universe for some direction.

I think that a lot of people turn to their religion for comfort in times of personal difficulty.  Witches are really no different.  When the going gets tough, we turn to what we know.

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