Fortuna

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Fortuna is said to be the Roman Goddess of luck. Whenever I hear the word luck I know magic is involved. People that don’t understand magic say someone is lucky. Fortuna is actually equivalent to the Greek Goddess Tyche and is the Goddess of fate and fortune. Continue reading “Fortuna”

Odin

 

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Odin pronounced Oh-din, is the Old Saxon Woden and it is where we get the name Wednesday or Woden’s day. Odin is one of the most enigmatic characters in Norse Mythology. Odin is a relentless seeker of wisdom and he gives wisdom. He is usually out in the cosmos on self-interested quests for wisdom, but he has little regard for communal values like justice, fairness, law and convention. Continue reading “Odin”

Santa Claus

 

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Who was Santa Claus? Since he is always associated with elves and flying reindeer, is he associated with Witchcraft? Is the name Santa a play on Satan or was he the real Saint Nicholas? Continue reading “Santa Claus”

Bigfoot

 

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Bigfoot is the name given to a ape, hominid like creature that is said to inhabit the forests.  On doing a Bigfoot post I admit most of it will be speculative. However I will give you some facts about what I have discovered and let you be the judge. Continue reading “Bigfoot”

Friday the 13th

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Everyone starts flipping out about Friday the 13th when it comes around. Does anyone know the true history behind this? This day has to do with the Knights Templars. On Friday October the 13th 1307 King Phillip IV and Pope Clement V rounded up the Templars and charged them with heresy. Continue reading “Friday the 13th”

Happy Mabon and Alben Elfed

 

 

Mabon is the time when day and night become equal as summer disappears, giving way to autumn and the winter months ahead. Yes it is the autumn equinox. This is the time of thanks giving for the rewards of the years harvest and sharing them with the ones that are less fortunate. It is also a time of sadness as the year winds down to it’s close at Samhain. Continue reading “Happy Mabon and Alben Elfed”