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‘Shinto is essentially a religion of gratitude and love.’  

– W.G. Aston  Shinto, the Way of the Gods

“I believe in everything until it’s disproved. So I believe in fairies, the myths, dragons. It all exists, even if it’s in your mind. Who’s to say that dreams and nightmares aren’t as real as the here and now?” 
― John Lennon

“Don’t dismiss the elements. Water soothes and heals. Air refreshes and revives. Earth grounds and holds. Fire is a burning reminder of our own will and creative power. Swallow their spells. There’s a certain sweet comfort in knowing that you belong to them all.” 
― Victoria Erickson

“True Magic is the greatest of all natural sciences, because it includes a knowledge of visible and invisible nature. It is not only a science but an art, because it cannot be learned out of books and must be acquired by practical experience.”

~ L. W. DE LAURENCE, Great Book of Magical Art

Divination Sunday

Join at the Rockford UU 12:00pm us on Sunday January 6th for Divination Day.  Bring your favorite divinations tools to share and discuss.  Practice giving readings or have a reading done for you!

Poesidon Pinterest Board

Celebrate the Posidea this month with all things Poseidon.

Water Witch Pinterest Board

Do you feel the pull of the water?  People born from approximately June 22 to July 22 are born under the sign of Cancer.   Individuals born during these dates, depending on which system of astrology they subscribe to, may be called “Cancerians.”  Kristen’s put together a great Pinterest board for all you folks that feel the pull of the sea.

Essential Reading For The Modern Pagan

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Are you looking for a few good books to dive into this Summer?  Check out this great pagan reading list from Juliette.  She’s gathered together some essential titles for the modern pagan practitioner.    You want to see this list!

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