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(no subject) [Oct. 12th, 2005|08:06 am]
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sleepygirl18
[mood |curiouscurious]
[music |Jeremy Toback - Eden Trampoline]

ok i have a completely random, but i think relevent question for the community.

does the numbers 3 or 4 have any significant meaning in any of the magic(k) realms?

i am in need of a subject for a paper i have to write over Harry Potter and i noticed that there seems to be an emphasis on the number 3 in Goblet of Fire. so i thought i would come here and ask.

if you can in any way answer this question please do so, and if it is possible can you hit me with a reference or where you got it, please?

Thanks!

~Blessed Be

cross posted. sorry if you see this more than once.
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well, i guess i'll introduce myself [Oct. 15th, 2004|11:59 am]
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moonhawk
Hi ^_^ I'm Faelon Moonhawk also known as Kara, but Faelon is just fine ^^;; Anyway, i'm currently a senior in college (UVM), and have been wiccan...tho i hesitate to call myself that anymore, i'll explain in a sec, for almost 7 years now. I'm solitary by choice, and necessity, though I do seldomly get together with a local pagan group. My path is an ever changing one, it seems to change only a short time after I get comfortable and settled in with the new direction it's taken. I started out as a pretty heavily cunningham influenced wiccan, that morphed into a more dianic path, which further changed when the god (specifically Ullr) entered my life, so i was then a fairly eclectic solitary wiccan. However only very recently (for just about the last week) I've been heavy into traditional witchcraft research. I strongly think, it is going to have a very defining role in where my path goes to next, which seems to me to be heading towards a traditional witchcraft (or my own version and understanding of it) mixed with a little wicca, and some other things as well. ^^;;

also if anyone has any input or recommendations (book/site wise or otherwise) regaurding traditional witchcraft, cunners/cunning craft, folk lore/magick, it would be greatly appreciated ^_^
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Book Recommendations? [Sep. 16th, 2004|08:10 pm]
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willow_star_05
[mood |contemplativecontemplative]

Soon, I will be beginning a rather intensive study of paganism and witchcraft. I've read several basic books since I began my studies about two years ago, but I really haven't read anything that goes in depth. Do you have any recommendations for books with quality information that may aid in my studies?

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(Not So) Grand Entrance [Sep. 12th, 2004|04:04 pm]
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willow_star_05
[mood |okayokay]
[music |"Tuesday Morning" by Michelle Branch]

I'm Alisha and very new to this community. As a general note, I'm a senior in high school with aspirations to attend an Ivy League institution (crosses fingers).

I've been studying paganism for about two years now and during that time I classified myself as Neo-Wiccan. Over the summer, I started to rethink my decision to classify myself in that way and dropped that title altogether. As of now, I've put myself through a very intensive study program of all pagan religions and magical practices. Interestingly enough, I'm also taking Religion and Social Power (anthropology 241) at Yale University this year to go along with my studying of various pagan religions. (According to the syllabus, the class is going to spend a considerable amount of time discussing paganism.)

I think that it covers it for now...I look forward to all of the discussions we're bound to have.

-Alisha
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The First Post. Ever. [Sep. 12th, 2004|12:36 am]
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wyrdwytch
Just getting that much-ballyhooed first post out of the way.

Once we get a few chickadees here, we'll start an actual conversation.
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