My Life - QS PRN
To begin with, I’d like to answer some common questions about the subject:
"What is a patron deity?"
A god or goddess who you worship mainly.
"Do I have to have a patron deity to be a witch?"
No. Witchcraft is secular (non-religious). The only times your deity/deities would be involved in your…
Calcite crystals still in the cave in Escouloubre, Aude, Pyrinees Orientales, France
Happy fall! I drew this in honor of the fall equinox (and Persephone returning to the Underworld), but ended up missing my deadline due to an annoying case of perfectionism
and uh LoL world championship matches lmao
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Greek mythology: the goddess of the night; personification of the night; daughter of Chaos. Her Roman counterpart is Nox
Etymology: Ancient Greek, Νύξ, “night”.
- tsolvang asked:Is there a word for second hand embarassment? That horrible agonizing feeling you get when watching others do somtehing they should feel embarassed about but isn't?:)
Pena ajena (Mexican Spanish), fremdschämen (German) plaatsvervangende schaamte (Dutch), or myötähäpeä (Finnish) refer to the shame...
- ponderthecomplexities asked:Hi, love your blog :) do you have any words for the smell of fresh rain on dry ground or the smell of old books?
Petrichor is the scent of rain as it pours down on dry ground of the earth, or the scent of dust after the rain. It is a pleasant, distinct smell...
- Anonymous asked:In your description it says daughter of the Morrigan and child of Cernunnos.. maybe a silly question but, how do you know/feel this? I've recently started learning about celtic gods/goddesses and am curious to know how you found this connection?
It’s frustrating to hear, but you’ll just know. Sometimes it’s like you’ve already read of this deity before, or you know them from a past life....