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We Are Pagans of Color
This is a blog for and by Pagans of Color.

We are different people, from different Pagan traditions, with different experience levels, and from different ethnic backgrounds. Together, we form a strong community with a great deal of valuable knowledge and perspectives.

In our experience, we’ve found that having a safe space within the Tumblr Pagan community is essential. The recent controversy surrounding the mere idea of a Pagans of Color blog has made it clear to us that this space is necessary. It is a place we are welcome, comfortable, and free. We can write about our traditions and our experiences among people who understand and relate. We can celebrate our heritage and our practices.

However, while this blog is a place for People of Color, it is not “exclusive”: anyone can follow, ask questions, reblog, and engage. We encourage (polite) questions - if you want to know about or have a question that concerns Pagans of Color, please ask Pagans of Color. Don’t ask other people. Ask us.

Please feel free to submit content that would be appropriate for this blog. If we feel it’s a good fit, we will post it. But in this space, we have the power to decide.

We look forward to engaging with all of you in a spirit of openness and learning.

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PMP: Crystal Blanton & Shades of Ritual

thisblackwitch:

I’m on now!

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— tagged :
 #spanish only
 #childrens lit
 #resource
 #pagan
 #herbology
 #pagano
 #magia
canelaklug:

El jardín de Mandy / Cuento Infantil:Como todos aquellos que nacen en el Valle de Aradia, Mandy tenía poderes mágicos; ella nació en una mañana soleada de verano, justo cuando en el pueblo se celebraba el Día de la Mandrágora y bueno, como ustedes saben no hay en el mundo entero una planta más mágica que la mandrágora, por esta razón los padres de Mandy la llamaron así pues querían que la magia y la buena suerte le acompañaran por siempre.Los padres de Mandy eran los encargados de suministrar las plantas, hierbas y flores mágicas a la gente de Aradia. Su familia tenía una tienda de hierbas mágicas justo en el corazón del pueblo; sin embargo en su casa habían creado un mágico jardín que al pasar el tiempo fue cuidado única y exclusivamente por Mandy, quién en la noche de Samhain y gracias al amor de su familia había encontrado a sus mejores amigas entre las hortalizas y los árboles frutales.Para leer o descargar gratuitamente “El jardín de Mandy” da click aquí:http://paolak.wordpress.com/2014/07/23/el-jardin-de-mandy-cuento-infantil/

canelaklug:

El jardín de Mandy / Cuento Infantil:

Como todos aquellos que nacen en el Valle de Aradia, Mandy tenía poderes mágicos; ella nació en una mañana soleada de verano, justo cuando en el pueblo se celebraba el Día de la Mandrágora y bueno, como ustedes saben no hay en el mundo entero una planta más mágica que la mandrágora, por esta razón los padres de Mandy la llamaron así pues querían que la magia y la buena suerte le acompañaran por siempre.

Los padres de Mandy eran los encargados de suministrar las plantas, hierbas y flores mágicas a la gente de Aradia. Su familia tenía una tienda de hierbas mágicas justo en el corazón del pueblo; sin embargo en su casa habían creado un mágico jardín que al pasar el tiempo fue cuidado única y exclusivamente por Mandy, quién en la noche de Samhain y gracias al amor de su familia había encontrado a sus mejores amigas entre las hortalizas y los árboles frutales.

Para leer o descargar gratuitamente “El jardín de Mandy” da click aquí:

http://paolak.wordpress.com/2014/07/23/el-jardin-de-mandy-cuento-infantil/

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— Shades of Ritual out now!

oracularpaintbrush:

I’m slow on the uptake, but “Shades of Ritual” anthology about people of colour in paganism is out now. I have a piece in the anthology. Signal boost and give it a look in. http://www.immanion-press.com/info/book.asp?id=466&referer=Hp

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Anonymous asked : is believing in/contacting a spirit guide appropriation since I'm white?

What’s a spirit guide to you?

Figure that out.

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thetwistedrope:

littleredjackal:

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

I may end up using this in a post. if i did would you care?

thetwistedrope:

littleredjackal:

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

I may end up using this in a post. if i did would you care?

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— tagged :
 #shrine
 #kemetic
 #nebhet
 #wep ronet
 #Nepthys
 #altar

littleredjackal:

Last Epagomenal Day before Wep Ronpet - Nebt-het’s Birthday

Offerings :

- Cheese bread

- Cheetos of three flavors (heard she likes Cheetos)

- Pudding

- Coca-cola

- Chocolate milk

- Cool water

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forgivethekidz asked : I love your blog so much! It's so great that someone takes the time to bring so many cultures with common beliefs together <3 keep it up!

Thank you!  We’re so grateful for all out followers. :3

- The Mods

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 #kemetic
 #kemeticism
 #egyptian
"In a sense the priest helped to bring about the sunrise by lighting the torch in the temple ritual. He did this in the way prescribed by the old ritual texts, not so much out of fear or out of a conviction that the sun would not rise if he did not make light in the temple as because one has to come to terms with the cosmos. Otherwise, the sun might rise, but its rising would have no meaning for the country’s welfare, for victory over death and enemies, and for everything that the Egyptian worldview associated with sun-rise. The creation theology that was practiced or performed in the cult did not simply commemorate the great mythological deeds of the gods or express the coherence and process of the created world; it was, in effect, creation itself. An Egyptian term for performing ritual is “doing things.” The priest had to “do things” to make sure that the order of the cosmos would be maintained and that the universe, the state, and the individual would continue their ordered existence."
Herman Te Velde, “Theology, Priests and Worship in Ancient Egypt” (via intaier)
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littleredjackal:

2nd Epagomenal Day before Wep Ronpet - Heru-wer’s Birthday

Offerings are :

- Bread with beef

- Biscuits

- Beer

- Cool water

Hope you like it, Big Hawk!

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lapinchecanela asked : Hi there. Do you know something about prehispanic witches? Love your blog

Pre-hispanic witches where exactly?  Spain had an influence in a lot of countries.

-KCW

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