Favorite “Healthy” & Easy Recipes to Make

As I recover from the flu, I’m currently thinking of how to revamp my diet so that I’m more nutritionally sound and so my body is stronger. At the same time, I’m also aware of food costs, and convenience sometimes takes the driver’s seat instead of other goals (like keeping my food cost low in my monthly budget, and eating healthy).
So what recipes do you have that are:

  • Healthy
  • Easy to Make
  • Easy on the Wallet

Eventually, I’d like to transfer these recipes to the new forums in the form of a SIG or some other resource. For now, let’s see how this goes!

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Edain McCoy 1957-2019

Pagan author Edain McCoy has passed from the flu.

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Angry Gods

In greek religion, Gods become angry when we perform evil acts. The story of Tantalus killing his son and offering him to the Gods shows that Gods do not take evil actions lightly. They punished Tantalus and brought his son back to life. Gods do not become angry with us over trivial things. Tartara awaits for people who offend the very nature of what we call life.

What about other religions? What makes the Gods angry?

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Afraid I offended the god and goddess?

Everyone here is always so nice and understanding, I was a bit afraid to post but I really need some advice :)

So recently I’ve been kind of branching out with my practices and beliefs, trying to just pull my mind away from all the lists and rules and everything I’ve read and follow what feels right with me.

I’ve started honoring the god and goddess, but for a while, I just felt more pull to the goddess so for a bit I only worshipped her, moving my male statue off my alter, etc. As of now the pull is equal among them and I want to honor them both, but I’m worried I’ve offended Him by choosing to solely honor the goddess at the time, although I did explain my reasons. I don’t know if I should be worried that He is angry with me or not, do you think I should be? I just often worry that something like a lack of offerings or forgetfulness will provoke anger or resentment.

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Daily Rituals

Hi there!

I am new to the craft and am doing lots of research, which I love. However, I am feeling a little overwhelmed with all the information! I’m wondering if any one has any easy, simple, daily rituals (maybe a morning and/or nighttime one) that I could start incorporating into my day? I want to bring the craft into my life slowly and carefully so I can appreciate it and not get overwhelmed!

Thanks so much!

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Hello, My name is Artemae.  I’ve been a member for a while; just reading conversations.  I’ve decided that maybe I should start participating.  I’m a solitary practitioner and pretty serious introvert.  Very interested in mental practices, energy work, and anything mystical.  I don’t follow any specific religion or practice.  Really just interested in meeting people with a similar interest in finding human purpose.  Thank you.

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I’m in my forties and live in a large city in Canada (although I’m originally from the UK). I’ve been working on my path for about a decade and a half; it’s strongly influenced by solitary Wicca (I’m not initiated into a group or anything) and I skew strongly kitchen-/hedgewitchward.

Looking forward to exploring here — thank you so much for having me!

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“See You in Valhalla” Posts Mosque Shooter

Unsurprisingly, at least one of Christchurch shooters had dreams of going to Valhalla. At this point, I would bet they’ve either discovered Hel, or they’ve discovered nothingness. It looks like more white supremacists with a fascination for what they call “European culture.”

It presents an interesting and terrifying case of extremist views bred online. One of these men considered himself an eco-fascist, which is typically associated with the far left. Yet there was a streak of conservativism in their yearning for a pre-industrial, pre-globalist past. It hurts to see some of my most cherished beliefs twisted in this way. Environmentalism. Anti-Imperialism. European Paganism. A revitalization of Western Culture. So much of it sounds good, but it’s all tarnished by the fascism and white supremacy. It makes me wonder, can we control neopaganism? Or is it a platform just waiting to be hijacked? It seems like a lightning rod for the far left and far right, and even some individuals who appear influenced by both.

I’ve always tried to take a middle path with respect to modern globalism, adopting the motto “progress with continuity.” Yet maybe that approach is too nuanced for many. Is there something inherently dangerous about European paganism?


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