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I’ve been dipping my toe into reading more from the Pagan blogosphere lately and have been struck by how much variety and good stuff is out there. In compiling a list of which ones I’d like to regularly follow, I’ve felt responses to certain posts and topics well up inside of me and threaten to overtake various “Comments” sections. I figure this is as good a reason as anything to resurrect this blog.

Look, I have a Gemini moon and can’t stay silent for long where opinions are concerned, but I’m also a Fish with Archer rising, and thus can get pretty lazy. Or else I’m off starting new projects, reading new things, or trying to watch the entire Stargate world of tv shows in less than 188 years. (I’ve finished the original series now and am on season 3 of Atlantis. But then I got sidetracked by Doctor Who…) All of this is to say that I hope *hope* I can keep up this newest incarnation of my spiritual blog for the long haul, but don’t hate me if I take a sudden hiatus. Perhaps many bloggers have airy Gemini influences, too, and will understand. :-)

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So yeah–things I’d like to feature in Life as a Blue Flower include:

  • Reblogging of and commentary on especially fascinating posts by other Pagan bloggers (perhaps also those of other faiths/persuasions)
  • Books I’ve read/am reading and my thoughts on them
  • My own experiences within Pagandom
  • Dreams, mystical visions, deity encounters
  • Rituals, spells
  • OH YEAH–astrology because it’s astromazing
  • Maybe some historical stuff? Like early modern witches, history of the occult, receipt books (old timey herbals/BOS)
  • Cool photos

Anything else? Got ideas? Comment below, and let me know what you’d like to see. :-)

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