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August 2011 Blog Posts (4)

"Girl put life on line in to save Wash. state boy" this warms my heart to no end

please follow this link to the story http://news.yahoo.com/girl-put-life-line-save-wash-state-boy-070434933.html

 for slow internet, here's the writen story below



LONG BEACH, Wash. (AP) — As Charles Ostrander flailed in the turbulent waves of the Pacific, it was another 12-year-old who put her life on the line to save him — the first in a series of responders who eventually… Continue

Added by Nicole troyer (SongWeaver) on August 11, 2011 at 10:24am — 1 Comment

Cherished Members - Please block messages from any Spammer suspects.

To all cherished members of this community - We do not welcome spammers here and delete them!

I'm talking about the person-bots who start up profiles only to be able to post comments on your profile with messages like "buy this" or saying they like you but want you to email them at such & such email because they are fishing for your personal email.

How to MARK their profile?

Go to the suspected spammer profile and on the…


Added by Rebecca (Community Moderator) on August 10, 2011 at 3:00pm — 1 Comment

Help Contribute To The Pagans In Afghanistan!

A message i received from WitchVox today, & I think everyone should contribute if they are able to.




"Greetings, Forest Moon is gearing up for Troop support as we are now sponsoring and endorsing a group in Afghanistan and expect more to follow. We are looking for the following:

1.Candles of all types

2.Various Incense and censors

3.various oils and oil burners

4.Pagan books

5.Pagan music

6.various herbs and any mortars and…


Added by Rowan Redthorn on August 10, 2011 at 12:42pm — 2 Comments

Sabbat: Lughnassad/Lammas/Lughnasadh


It is known as Lughnassa/ Lughnasadh in honor to the god Lugh's wedding to Mother Earth. Also known as Lammas, it is celebrated on August 1st. and Lughnassa on August 7th. However the those who follow the Celtic Tradition celebrate it on the first Full Moon in Leo. Other names are August Eve and the First Festival of Harvest.…


Added by Rowan Redthorn on August 1, 2011 at 12:00am — 1 Comment

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