Thursday, 14 June 2012

Introducing Myself and this Blog


Hello there!

I have had blogs in the past by now I am entering a whole new stage in my spirituality and I really want to start afresh.

To introduce myself: I am an Eclectic Pagan Witch, following a path centered on the God and Goddess in nature. My named Matron Goddess is Nut and my Patron God is Osiris, although often I just refer to them as God and Goddess. I have a very Eclectic path and am constantly developing. My path embraces all world religions and spiritualities, including Abrahamic religion.
I celebrate the Wheel of the year and moon phases, aim to heal and help others, and make a difference in this world. 
With regards to things outside of my spirituality, I am studying Egyptology at University and am a Belly Dancer and writer as my hobby. I am a typical Capricorn and so can come across as very serious, bossy and focused. I am all of those things but I am also full of life, positive, hyperactive and I think my jokes are hilarious (I am also half Sagittarius!). 

To introduce this blog: As I said before, I feel that I have come a long way since the beginning of my path 4 and a half years ago. 4 years isn't that long to have studied Paganism, but my dedication and love for it has sped up my learning and so I now here I am. This blog will be a fresh start to my journey, and I hope I stick to it in recording my experiences. This blog is as much as it is for me as it is for you. This is a place where I hope I can record my learning, read back on it and also share it with others in the hope that it will also benefit them. That's also what my Youtube Channel is for. I record all the videos I do to reflect on my journey - and boy, do I see a difference looking back!

I hope you enjoy following this blog, and I hope it is beneficial to all who come by it!

Blessed Be!


4 comments:

  1. Looking forward to your further posts :)

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  2. What a beautiful picture, where are you? Looking forward to reading yoyr posts :)

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    1. Thanks! The photo was taken at the Stiperstones on the border of Wales and England.

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  3. I hope you post alot casue i have been in a social mood. Looking foward to reading future post. Blessed be

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