- Apr 16, 2012
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Not to mention decipher eccentric spelling: "doe fullfill my comand . . ."
The Pharmacist at my local Tesco once told me she spent 80% of her time interpreting (and correcting) prescriptions - but surely doctors can read their own handwriting ? So maybe they'd be better at this kind of task than their receptionists.
Wonder if she's explored Kabbalah?After receiving backlash for her religion, one student reclaims her identity as a witch
Date: 4 February, 2020
For the first time in her life, journalism junior Helyn Oshrin said she claims herself as a witch — but growing up “Jewiccan,” as she put it, was not easy.
Oshrin is culturally Jewish and was raised Wiccan. She said she lost friends who claimed to be afraid of her mother’s Wiccan religious practices. Classmates accused her of worshiping the devil and made violent threats against her.
Despite recounting painful memories, she said, she tried to see through their eyes with empathy.
“All they’ve had is, ‘Oh, pagans are evil,’” Oshrin said. “And then they run into one. They don’t have a concept of what other things are quite yet.”
Oh wow!! They're so lucky!! I'd love to have found that!!The Soaraway Sun has an article on Witchy stuff found in a cupboard under the stairs.
What would you do with those things? The owner did well to return them IMO.Oh wow!! They're so lucky!! I'd love to have found that!!
Do fulfill my commandments devil
Good question!! On the one hand I'd love to get it out and pour all over it with interest and excitement. But on the other hand that would be fairly disrespectful as it would be there for a reason. So probably I'd put it back very quickly and then do a cleansing of the site.What would you do with those things? The owner did well to return them IMO.
There's a very cool opening for a book of occult tales about the origins of each item, it's source of power and the dreadful consequences of releasing their latent energies. Hoowee! I'm on it.