Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Computer Blessing

Computer Blessing Cover
Blessings on this fine machine,
May its data all be clean.
Let the files stay where they're put,
Away from disk drives keep all soot.
From its screen shall come no whines,
Let in no spikes on power lines.
As oaks were sacred to the Druids,
Let not the keyboard suffer fluids.
Disk Full shall be nor more than rarity,
The memory shall not miss its parity.
From the modem shall come wonders,
Without line noise making blunders.
May it never catch a virus,
And all its software stay desirous.
Oh let the printer never jam,
And turn my output into spam.
I ask of Eris, noble queen,
Keep Murphy far from this machine.

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Friday, June 11, 2010

Hymn To Hera For Matronalia

Hymn To Hera For Matronalia Cover
Let us sing now of Hera, the women's goddess.
she who rules from her throne of gold.
Let us sing now of Hera, child of earth,
daughter of that most ancient of goddesses.
Let us sing now of the queen of gods.
Let us sing now of the most beautiful goddess.
There is no one more beloved than you,
womanly Hera, no one we honor more.
There is no one more revered than you,
queenly Hera, no one more blessed.
Above all others, you are the most honored.
Above all others, you are the most beloved.


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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Spirituality Review Time Power Of Plentiful Wisdom By Julishpak

Spirituality Review Time Power Of Plentiful Wisdom By Julishpak Image
Power of Plentiful Wisdom is an uplifting inspirational book that features quotes, tidbits of wisdom, and stunning photography. Readers will find themselves guided on the path of rediscovering what our ancestors knew very well- that true wisdom is hidden in everyday life. Our ancestors experienced and learned from the wisdom in the world around them. The changing of the seasons, the actions of animals and the beauty of nature filled them with insights for living wisely. This lead them to understand that everything has meaning and purpose. Today many overlook the wisdom in the world around us. Power of Plentiful Wisdom helps us to see the hidden wisdom in the world around us.

"Table Of Contents"

* A Garden to Cultivate 1
* Unstoppable Water 3
* Pearls 5
* Born in a Duck Yard 7
* Palm Trees 9
* Rose 11
* Masterpiece 13
* Grapes 15
* Fire 17
* Let It 19
* Diamond the Rough 21
* Harvest 23
* Becoming a Butter 25
* Wandering Ship 27
* Learning to Fly 29
* Build to Last 31
* Hard to Reach Apples 33
* Purified by Fire 35
* Bees and Wasps 37
* Comparing Flowers 39
* Lighthouses 41
* Life as a Snow 43
* Journey 45
* Seed Within 47
* Mighty Acorn 49
* Spring Love 51
* Clay 53
* Swimming Upstream 55
* Ice 57
* Love Flower 59
* Fruitless Tree 61
* Game of Boomerang 63
* Hourglass 65
* Roots 67
* Lead the Way 69
* Lonely Pilgrim 71
* Timing 73
* Watchtower 75
* Hunks of Wood 77
* Quicksand 79
* Anchor 81
* Unexpected 83

"Other Info:"ISBN: 978-1-4520-6476-5 (e)ISBN: 978-1-4520-6474-1 (sc)ISBN: 978-1-4520-6475-8 (hc)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Julia Shpak's appreciation of nature and spirituality began in her early childhood. Her devotion has lead her through years of research and learning. Mrs. Shpak's drive for wisdom has lead her to earn a certificate in Philosophy and Bible History. As one can never know to much, she continues to attend seminars and further researches the subject of spirituality and religion. "I experienced for myself that true wisdom should be simple and plentiful for everyone to understand which has strongly inspired me to write "Power of Plentiful Wisdom"." said Mrs. Shpak. Author's web site:

PERSONAL OPINION:Mrs. Shpak does an excellent job of expressing the wisdom hidden within common things. Below is a good example of her writing and an inside look into the theme of her book.

PEARLS"A successful man is the one who can lay a firm"foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him."-David Brinkley

"High quality natural pearls are very rare. They are formed by oysters as a defense against any irritant such as a parasite or just a grain of sand inside the shell. It seems that oysters follow a very good old rule: if you can't remove it, then try to improve it. Hidden within the shell in the darkness, a pearl is"created. It's pretty amazing how something initially so inconvenient can become something so beautiful." - Julia Shpak

Personally I find this book to be refreshing and uplifting. I also appreciated the lovely photography found through the book.

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Friday, June 4, 2010

The Witches Creed

The Witches Creed Cover Hear Now the words of the witches,
The secrets we hid in the night,
When dark was our destiny's pathway,
That now we bring forth into light.

Mysterious water and fire,
The earth and the wide-ranging air,
By hidden quintessence we know them,
And will and keep silent and dare.

The birth and rebirth of all nature,
The passing of winter and spring,
We share with the life universal,
Rejoice in the magical ring.

Four times in the year the Great Sabbat
Returns, and the witches are seen
At Lammas and Candlemas dancing,
On May Eve and old Hallowe'en.

When day-time and night-time are equal,
When sun is at greatest and least,
The four Lesser Sabbats are summoned,
And Witches gather in feast.

Thirteen silver moons in a year are,
Thirteen is the coven's array.
Thirteen times at Esbat make merry,
For each golden year and a day.

The power that was passed down the age,
Each time between woman and man,
Each century unto the other,
Ere time and the ages began.

When drawn is the magical circle,
By sword or athame of power,
Its compass between two worlds lies,
In land of the shades for that hour.

This world has no right then to know it,
And world of beyond will tell naught.
The oldest of Gods are invoked there,
The Great Work of magic is wrought.

For the two are mystical pillars,
That stand at the gate of the shrine,
And two are the powers of nature,
The forms and the forces divine.

The dark and the light in succession,
The opposites each unto each,
Shown forth as a God and a Goddess:
Of this our ancestors teach.

By night he's the wild wind's rider,
The Horned One, the Lord of the Shades.
By day he's the King of the Woodland,
The dweller in green forest glades.

She is youthful or old as she pleases,
She sails the torn clouds in her barque,
The bright silver lady of midnight,
The crone who weaves spells in the dark.

The master and mistress of magic,
That dwell in the deeps of the mind,
Immortal and ever-renewing,
With power to free or to bind.

So drink the good wine to the Old Gods,
And Dance and make love in their praise,
Till Elphame's fair land shall receive us
In peace at the end of our days.

And Do What You Will be the challenge,
So be it Love that harms none,
For this is the only commandment.
By Magic of old, be it done!

Doreen Valiente, "Witchcraft For Tomorrow" pp.172-173

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Thursday, June 3, 2010

Hindu Gods Hymn To Ganesha

Hindu Gods Hymn To Ganesha Image

A Renowned Five-Jeweled Hymn by

Sri Adi Sankara (798-820)

Free-Flowing Translation by J. Sethuraman

I bow to Vinayaka

Who, with glee, holds a half-eaten modaka in His hand,

Who is the ever-present means of moksha

Who has the moon as an ear ornament,

Who protects all the worlds,

Who is the single leader for those who are lost without anybody to help them,

Who destroyed the elephant demon and

Who swiftly removes the blemishes of those who bow to Him.

I seek refuge of the great Lord Vinayaka

Who is higher than the highest,

Who is everlasting,

Who is ferocious to others than those that bow to Him,

Who is resplendent as the newly rising sun,

Worshiped by both demons and Gods,

The savior of those that bow to Him from all their miseries,

The lord of all the Gods,

The lord of all wealth,

The elephant God,

And Ganesvara, the lord of the ganas.

I bow to the resplendent one

Who bestows peace to all the worlds,

Who conquered the elephant demon,

Who has not a small belly,

The excellent one,

Who has a beautiful elephant face,

Who is eternal,

Who is kind,

Who is forgiving,

Who gives happiness,

Who bestows fame and

Who satisfies every wish of those that bow to him.

I worship the ancient elephant God

who shares the misery of the poor,

the fit receptical of all the ancient prayers,

the first son of the enemy of the three cities (Shiva),

the shatterer of the pride of the demons,

the fierce destroyer of the worlds,

decorated by fire and other elements, and

whose elephant cheeks are flowing with must

(the rut that flows from the cheeks of male elephants.)

I constantly think of Him alone,

the single-tusked one,

With a lovingly brilliant tusk,

The son of the destroyer of the sacrifice (Shiva),

With a form that cannot be comprehended,

With no end,

Who tears asunder all doubts, and

Who is verily like spring to the yogis who hold Him in their hearts all the time.

One who repeats every day

The Maha Ganesha Pancharatna Stotram

With reverence

In the mornings or evenings

while holding Ganesvara in his heart

He, very quickly,

Will be joined by

Good health, blemishlessness, good fellowship, good children, long life,

and the eight vibhutis (powers).

"from "Loving Ganesa"

by Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami

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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Paganistic Poem

Paganistic Poem Cover By Daniel Edmonds

Go ahead and talk about us, as we seem to make you doubt,
Because God has condemned us by what we can't live without.
Preach at us when we draw near just like all Christians do.
But don't come running back to us when spirits walk on through.

We freeze your conversations when we pass you on the street,
If only we saw your true God, oh wouldn't that be sweet
We may well be exploited by your taunts forevermore
But we will not be swayed from the things we most adore.

We endured with admiration of our gods through burning days
And salvaged what we could from our true Karmic Phrase
To say what we believe is wrong, you really have some nerve
We deserve some freedom from the one you claim to serve.

Say that we are sinners, as we have no common sense?
As if we'd copy what you do at our own self-expense!
You look up at your "true" god to receive his holy smile,
It doesn't mean that we agree, or will change our pagan style.

You can laugh at our starvation, and our divining games,
But know that when we rest at last, our time will come again
You've picked up quite the story, likely brainwashed from the womb,
What happened to love thy neighbor - you've been corrupted, but by whom?

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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

The Benevolent Witch

The Benevolent Witch Cover With friendly wand awhirling air
And kindly smile without a care,
A plump stripped cat in her abode
'Next a croaking green and warty toad,
A long haired whimsical wonderful witch
Completes a spell without a hitch.
And laughing joy and turn around
To bring her love to earth abound.
Deosil thrice and widdershins
Bind and hold and wash of sins,
Til this age is safely kept
And no more tears of pain are wept.

Authored and contributed by Toadie

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