Witch Or Pagan: Do You Really Know The Difference? — The Traveling Witch — The Sisters of the Fey


tumblr_oaxjluOJOz1uauof6o1_500(As a beginner to this reblog below, I am gonna Interject, as Frankie Jay Pizzo) Below this paragraph is an over thought out, nit picking, who’haa of terminologies referring to inconceivable depths of meaning, which originated in the spirit world of devine purpose (Devine Purpose, is a realm of existence that is a reccord hall called the Akashic Records)                              Any good shaman OR SHA’Wo’Man, HECK… even a humour POS Shaman like myself, will even tell you, all holy incarnations exist in your pea brain! Yes nothing exists except your perception of it, in your own brain as the observer, therefore you transcend external reality with your internal connection to the universal creator. So more important than what a stoggy book thumper thinks a book told them that a word should mean, which somehow can define you, how does it make you feel? How do you utilize the tool of the term or the word in your life? Shouldn’t your own visual aspect of reality count, or do you need someone else to tell you how to feel, and what is real?…. Also isn’t the point of being a Witch, Pagan, or Heathen, to blaze your own spiritual path? By the way if you don’t know how to blaze your own spiritual path… the article below has a witchcraft 101 course, because that is how they think things are done????!!

Are you a witch? A Pagan? What’s the difference? Click the link below to find out… “Terminology in the world of magic can be hugely confusing. Every day people ask me if they’re a witch or a wizard, or maybe a warlock? Some people use Wicca as an umbrella term and still, others are convinced […]

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3 thoughts on “Witch Or Pagan: Do You Really Know The Difference? — The Traveling Witch — The Sisters of the Fey

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    1. My pleasure. Thanks for not fussing about my different take on the whole, you say potato, i say pahtato aspect of the story.

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