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Celebrate anyway!

Why we *need* to celebrate as much as we can. Continue reading

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Marry Me And Be My Wife

Since I started with songs from the 80ies as titles for my blog posts in my last one (a reference to Losing my Religion by R.E.M. – at least one reader got it) I thought I keep going with this … Continue reading

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Paganism, Rules, Dogma Vol. 2

In a previous blog post (Paganism, Rules, and Dogma) I briefly mention the existence of the widely accepted, and also widely not accepted notion of the Wiccan “harm none” or the “threefold return”, the druidic “Law of the Harvest”, or … Continue reading

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Gender Equality Is the New Alchemy

Sometimes, when I lie still in my bed and sleep has not come yet, I have those deep thoughts. Questions, really. One example: “Why is gender equality so important to me?” And when I say “important”, it’s not just like that … Continue reading

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30 Days of Women and Herbs – Frauendreissiger – Nr. 9

(Deutsche Version unter der Englischen) Vervain (Verbena officinalis) Druids and witches have used this herb mainly as a remedy for injuries, particularly those caused by iron weapons. This is why the plant is called “Eisenkraut” in German, i.e. Ironherb. But … Continue reading

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