I had an interesting experience last night that has never happened to me before. As I was having my nightly walk I came upon a wild owl. The owl sat and watched me for several minutes. I even talked to it, and it continued to watch me. At length I walked on and it flew into a nearby tree. Now, I have certainly seen wild owls before, either in flight or quickly getting out of sight, but I have never had one watch me. In fact, this owl originally had a companion who flew away as soon as I approached, which is what I would have expected. I don't normally take animals as omens, if I know they are about and likely to be seen. But I do take animals as omens if their presence or behavior is unusual, as this behavior is. What do you think? Is this an omen owl? How would you interpret such a portent?
Earth-based Spirituality Action Team (EBSAT) monthly meeting: July 11th, 2022 at 5:00 PM PST - Restoring the Maya Nut Tree in Mexico
Join EBSAT to hear about the work of Cecilia Sanchez-Garduño and the Maya Nut Institution where Indigenous women beat macho stereotypes to sell their products and help the Earth.
Cecilia will talk about the tradition of farming and consuming a nutritional, delicious, medicinal, and culinary versatile seed through a visionary approach. The Maya Nut program has been running for 18 years. …
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Join us for our fourth annual Mystic South Conference! Mystic South is filled with workshops, educational abstract presentations, rituals, community building, and much more. With the backdrop of the grand city of Atlanta, be a part of our celebration of the diversity of the peoples and religious practices, both past and present, that make up our region.
- Created by: Mary Hawk
Thi will feature the focus ofpresent and emerging leadership of the Pagan community.
This conference will be online and broadcasted event, with interactive workshops along with Keynote speakers.
This is a exploration of Millennial and Generation Z leadership as they begin setting the next generation of Pagan Thought, Activities, and Theology, for the remainder of the first half of the 21st century.
This will be a Free Event.
If you are interested in…
- Created by: Ed Hubbard
- Tags: pagan, millennial, gen z, wicca, heathen