Work in Progress for Recons and Trads

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Work in Progress for Recons and Trads

This group is for people interested in more information on non-eclectic paths. These can include all Reconstructionist religions as well as witchcraft traditions such as BTW.

Website: http://www.wiccantogether.com/group/work-in-progress
Members: 23
Latest Activity: Mar 19

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1. In this particular group please expect that all answers will be given according to historical, anthropological, or traditional information. Anything that is outside of this, often labeled UPG, should be noted as such before hand to avoid confusion.

2. All Real Pagan rules apply, but it is worth reiterating that this is not the forum for werewolves, vampires, or the like. 

3. Everyone is to be respected and treated fairly, however, we WiPers aren't accustomed to handling everyone with kid gloves. If someone offends you in any way just do everyone a favor and ask for clarification and intention before getting upset. Constructive criticism is often an unpleasant but necessary aspect of life. YOU WILL BE OK. 

4. Please read any and all responses through completely. Repeating oneself in the same thread is just as annoying as "Post Redundancy". 

5. Because it bears repeating, Also, "Prevent Post Redundancy-- Check First with Search!". Also, please remember that we generally have a lot of great discussions and pages to offer. Checking through everything not only prevents redundancy but often informs you on things you didn't even know you didn't know. 

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Comment by Brynja on August 2, 2014 at 11:08
No mosquitoes? That's it, I'm talking to my husband about moving to Ireland. Lol
The "no snakes" bit will have him up and going - he despises snakes, venomous or not.
Comment by Micheál on August 2, 2014 at 4:53

We also don't have any mosquitos,  or poisonous anything be that spiders, ivy, oak, e.t.c, so if you don't mind a bit of rain it's great :)

Good stuff on the "What is," page Edan. I've to give a round of applause for everyones' hard work on these things!

Comment by Brynja on August 1, 2014 at 21:37
Don't sweat it, hon. :)
Comment by Brynja on July 31, 2014 at 17:38
Me? Naaaww! As long as we don't come across the wild pigs or snakes, we'll be fiiiine. :D

LOL
Comment by Brynja on July 31, 2014 at 17:14
*scratches out "Walk in the woods" from the "To do if Edan ever visits list"* *sheepish grin*
Comment by Sage on July 22, 2014 at 12:25

Oooh awesome idea Callisto!

Comment by Callisto on July 21, 2014 at 11:11

@ Edan, you could fairly easily fashion a type of curing stone by fashioning a pendant cage of bronze wire around a crystal sphere.

E.g., http://www.studioheath.com/tute001.php

Comment by Brynja on July 19, 2014 at 11:53
Lol It certainly would. :)
Comment by Brynja on July 19, 2014 at 10:57
An afterthought: Not to spoil it.. but the bronze may actually hold the curing effect if this was a successful cure. Copper in a mare's drinking water keeps her from going into season, it's something we do here. I'm thinking the mineral composition of bronze is what actually helped cattle for this reason.
Comment by Brynja on July 19, 2014 at 10:53
Cool! Seems pretty straightforward. I'd personally call a vet in addition to this bit of folk magic.
 
 
 

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