10 Things About Wicca That Wiccans Should Know
Some little facts those beginning in the Craft might want to know.
The Shrine of the Goddess Tuptim
On my hunt for the strange and wonderful things in Thailand, in which there are plenty, I came across a hidden shrine full of gigantic penises.
The Lights of Diwali
Now I pray to Maha Lakshmi, the lotus goddess of wealth, for material providence and sustenance - because the reality nowadays is that art and beauty often costs money.
A Feast for Hekate of the Storms
Last year Aldrin, Pol, Ish and I came together to celebrate the feast of one of neopaganism’s most important deities. We honored Hekate as the lady of the underworld, and now we honor Her as queen of heaven.
Remembering the Departed
In remembering them, we recall that part of us that has gotten lost when they left this world.
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
That and exploring the museums, visiting an old friend, checking out the Christmas lights in Orchard Road, spending a day in Sentosa Island, and checking out the Peranakan culture in the East Coast.
Despite all of this, there's still that lingering feeling that I felt before: Singapore is boring - especially if you don't have much money to do stuff. I don't know, maybe it's too clean and organized for me that I'm finding it stale and sterile. There's a beach, and there are nature parks everywhere, but these are so artificially manicured that they have lost their magic on me.
Still, it's a very attractive country, and quite photogenic too. Thankfully I just got my Christmas money to burn.