Officially published!

Greetings everyone,

Recently I submitted an article for publication for the Fall edition over at Spiral Tree. I was really honored to find out that I was one of the ones to be selected to have my articles posted for the Fall edition. I’m really passionate about my writing. And the article that I wrote was about Samhain, my favorite Sabbat. It’s not extremely fancy, but I hope it is informative for you. I would like to thank the kind owners of the ezine, especially Scott/Ing for publishing it. Maybe I will have something for the Spring edition. To view it go to: https://spiraltree.weebly.com/7th-issue-3-samhain-a-most-important-sabbat.html. To go to the general site go to: https://spiraltree.weebly.com/. I will also post a link on the blog as well. Blessings everyone!

Anubisa

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The Witches Ball

Greetings everyone,

Well I went to the Witches Ball artisans festival this morning. I only stayed about an hour because it was hot. It felt like August. I hope it starts to cool down. Anyway, I had fun. There were a lot of people at the fair and a lot of vendors. I did get a few things. I purchased a pair of skull ear rings, a key necklace with blue opal, an incense holder, and a wooden board that has a saying on it. You can view pictures that I took on instagram. The link is on the right at the top of the page. I was a little upset that they didn’t have any tools for sale. I saw a lot of jewelry and stones on sale, but nothing like athames or anything like that which I am looking for. But I enjoyed it nonetheless. The people were friendly. I do want to go back next year. So that’s all I have to say for now. I’ll update soon!

Anubisa

So excited for my first Witches Ball!

Greetings everyone,

Well tomorrow is my first Witches Ball. Today I dyed my hair teal for fun. I’ll have to take a better picture of my hair tomorrow when I’m in the sun so you can see the color. My hair is so dark that the color is hard to see in the dark. So 11:00 is when it starts and that is the artisan and crafts festival. Then later at 6:00 pm is the costume party. I am so looking forward to this because I just haven’t had any group experience or been out with a group. I’m more solitary and it’s hard for me to mingle. So I am hoping to make a lot of friends and find some really nice things, not get a lot, but some things. Maybe a few tools. I’m just excited. I’ll take a bunch of pictures and make sure to post them tomorrow so you can see. I’ll update tomorrow or the next day, depending on how I feel. Have a blessed night!

Anubisa

Yay October!

Greetings everyone,

October is finally here! October is my favorite month of the year because of Samhain and it is when the temperature turns cooler and the leaves start to turn. I just absolutely love it. This year I am getting more interactive in my Wiccan/Pagan community and am going to the local Witches Ball on the 14th. Yay! There are going to be lots of vendors and a costume party. I am going to have a great day. I so look forward to it. I also can’t wait to dress up this year. It’s been a long time since I have dressed up. I’ve still got to get my costume before the 14th, but I think I’m going as Granny Tsunade from Naruto. That will be lots of fun. So I thought I would welcome October with you. Have a good night!

Anubisa

Happy Mabon!

Hello everyone,

Well technically Fall began yesterday, but it can be celebrated today as well. So Happy Mabon to everyone out there! I’m glad that Mabon is here because it means we are getting closer to my favorite Sabbat (Samhain), and the temperature will start to drop and give us a break from the heat of the Summer. I don’t know about you all, but I am not a Summer girl. I know we need it though. So Mabon is a time of gratitude. I made a small list of things that I am grateful for that I thought I would share with you:

  1. My family, especially my parents who deal with me day in and out.
  2. My health. I am officially going to be able to drive on Monday and it’s because I will be seizure-free for six months. Praise the deities.
  3. The deities, especially Lord Anubis and Lady Bast.
  4. My friends, who always are there for me.
  5. My religion, for without my religion I would be even crazier than I am now. πŸ™‚

I hope you all have had a wonderful Mabon and have a wonderful start into Fall. Talk soon!

Anubisa

Stocking up

Greetings everyone,

I haven’t been active lately. I apologize greatly. Mainly it’s due to my mood and health issues. Not wanting to talk lately. Well I thought I would let you know that I have got the chance to stock up on some supplies, not a lot, but some that will keep me happy. We have a local store called Earth Magic down here near us and I went there for the first time. I got some Sandalwood incense (so can’t wait to burn it), a new incense holder, two candle holders, six candlesticks (two white, two green, two black), and a small statue of Lord Anubis in jackal form. I was very happy to say the least. I’m going to be doing some cleaning tomorrow or Sunday and have a whole new altar set up. I’ll take a picture and post when I’m set up. Thanks for hanging with me. Talk soon.

Anubisa

Merry Lammas!

Merry Lammas everyone! Lammas is a Wiccan/Pagan holiday aka Sabbat celebrating the turning of the wheel where the corn is reaped along with the wheat. It is opposite from Imbolc on the wheel. So now Lammas is here we still are not officially into Fall, but it’s not long. I often think of Osiris as a deity for this holiday. I think he is a really good deity to celebrate with when celebrating Lammas because of the fact that he is associated with death. Although Lammas is not necessarily a death-type Sabbat, it is drawing closer to Samhain. But those are my opinions. πŸ™‚ Merry Lammas to you all!