On Symbols and Spellcraft

I’ve been disconnected.

I stopped wearing my pentacle a long time ago and as with all magical things that are neglected I no longer see it in my jewelry box. I am working towards pulling more paganism into my life. The Pagan Book Club, which depressingly lacks participation, is one way. My bi-weekly tarot group is another.


I went to Isis last night. I found some multi stone mori beads. They are warm against my skin with the agates and jaspers.

I used to wear mori beads all the time…I’ve had a few symbols in my life. Well the beads are my new one. I like having them…they are completing. Some people think pagan symbols are crutch….but led them selves to magic so well.

In the dialog which is paganism hasn’t seemed to talk about spellcraft in years. I realized recently that with the meditation, historical study and ritual, I haven’t done any spell pathwork for a very long time.

It’s time to change that.

Very much so.


[In Science Fiction] You’re going to have to spend some time with a couple of good resources to find out the difference between a white dwarf and a red giant. (In a fantasy novel, a white dwarf and a red giant are probably best of buddies and will have many wonderful adventures together.)David Gerrold






2 responses to “On Symbols and Spellcraft”

  1. The Dragon Queen Avatar
    The Dragon Queen

    I was debating on whether or not I should stop at Herbs & Arts tonight and I think this made up my mind. I’m feeling a bit disconnected. Troy, though Pagan, is a solitary – doesn’t even want ritual with me – nothing against solitary’s, but I’m feeling a distinct lack in my life lately. I hope more than just three of us show up for book club on Sunday.

  2. Michelle Avatar

    Well we had four 🙂

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