Favorite “C” PBP Posts
Calendars- Kylara: “I am fascinated by Calendars, which I find slightly ironic because I am horrible with time!” Jack-a-Dreams (Narnian saints’ days? Inquiring minds want to know.) Crossroads Forests writes a revision of her personal calendar.
Candlemas: Migdalit Or notes that she, like many other Pagans she’s known had trouble connecting with Imbolc/Candlemas but it “grew” on her. Domestic Witch has basic info as well as a recipe for bread and a simple candle ritual. Nice song shared by Amy Phillipson.
Celtic Languages- Secular Witchcraft
Changing the Directions– Book of the Eucalypt writes on adapting Wiccan directional associations to one’s geography. I don’t typically call directions in ritual but I have been thinking about the relevance of Irish directional associations (as in Settling at the Manor of Tara)
Charity- Excellent post by the Helpful Hacker explaining how to examine charities & non-profits to make sure they are using your donations effectively and are in line with you values.
Charge of the God- lovely poem by Ooh Chiara about Herne the Hunter
Christianity- nice to see a moderate and cool-headed approach to an overheated subject
Choices– Conor/Under the Owl’s Wing
Coming Out of the Broom Closet- Perspective from a German Hexen (witch) in English.
Compassion- Pixilated Path/Isleen Here’s a message we all can use!
Confidence- Echtrai writes that part of being a Gaelic Polytheist means having an attitude of confidence.
Cosmology/Cosmogony- Valenwitch’s poetic meditation on the Norse creation myth
Courage- by Wytchfawn ” The virtue of fortitude is sorely lacking in modern people, and this is true of the Pagan community as well. There are so many hangups in explaining UPG or new research sources, a fear of being ‘wrong’ can cripple a person’s spiritual journey; stagnating growth.”
Cultural Appropriation- Anonywitch “How do we, as eclectic pagans, borrow from and interact respectfully with cultures not our own? More specifically, how do I, as a white western woman, worship Kali without offending Hindus?”
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