Pagan and the Pit(bulls)

The political musings of a Pagan and her dogs.


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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! Happy 2019 everyone!

2018 was a bit of a doozy. Rephrase, it was a bit of a hell ride for a while, and then it evened out. My divorce was granted. I got my Masters. I moved to South Korea.

I got more time to devote to the blog. My viewership numbers went up exponentially. Thank you to everyone for your support. Your comments and views mean the world to me. Thank you to all my followers as well.

For the next year I intend to keep working on the blog. Hopefully, I’ll have a solid rhythm I can get in to for a regular posting schedule. I intend to really get started on the book I’ve wanted to write for the past 8 years. I intend to eat healthier, work out more, and have a better practice. I honestly had no idea how many spoons and forks grad school was for me. I’m going to eat less meat, and take more public transportation. I can’t stop climate change on my own but I can still do my share. Of course I’ll still be writing about politics and paganism here. The dogs will still be lying on the bed while I do.

Thank you everyone! And have a great 2019!


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Happy Wolfenoot!

Woolfenoot is a holiday created by Jax Goss and their 7 year old son, celebrated on the 23rd of November. I think the Goss’ had the right idea, because in this time of darkness we all need a little light and snoot boops. There is something so very pure about a holiday celebrating dogs.

Obviously, I love dogs. I love my two enough to take them on an international and intercontinental adventure (they’re adapting fine and love the heated floor in our new home). But dogs play a role in many magickal traditions and myths. I personally suspect this is because they were the first domesticated animals and we share a unique and strong evolutionary bond with them. From the celestial Bul-gae, Aralez, and Raiju to the guardians of the Underword Anubis, Cerebus, Xolotl and Black Dogs to the hardworking Sarama to the chaotic bois Fenrir, Pan Hu, and the Cadejos; our magickal, mythical, astral, and physical realities have dogs running around. My own magickal practice (again, obviously) involves doggos too.

So, from my good dogs to yours and from me to you, have a Happy Wolfenoot.

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