These me laugh on the bus. I especially liked “Wank up dad”. LOL!
For 9/11 Laura got the idea for a memorial to those who died that day and the story is here: https://sites.google.com/site/fellowshipofisiscentral/fellowship-of-isis-history-archive—say-my-name-that-i-may-live
Say my name that I may live! Was an ancient Egyptian petition to remember those who had passed on to the next world. The last two weeks I’ve have been saying it every time I thought of Laura. It something simple but when you say it seems to being the person closer. It’s the end of the year for those who practice the Gaelic/Celtic paths and the Gaels remembered their dead at this time of year. Not every culture does it at this time of year whatever that idiot that has been writing about generalizations of polytheists think. The Japanese for one, have a festival in July and the Romans did it in the month they considered unlucky, February.
But back to my point, pagans do tend to ancestor and dead remembrance this time of year, saying their names can’t hurt. “Say my name that I may live!
A long time ago, on a blog I no longer have, I used to participate in something called Stream Of Consciousness Sunday, or SOC Sunday, hosted over on All Things Fadra. Sadly after taking a look the other day, I found that Fadra no longer hosts SOC. It’s been turned over to someone else now. Not being sure how this new host feels about pagan blogs, I decided I’d just start my own. So, here is the Sunday Dump and how it works:
First, you’ll want to grab the Sunday Dump button from the sidebar. It’s the one that looks like this:
You can either place this button in the post itself, or you can put it on one of your sidebars (or both). I’ll probably end up making another button that says “I participate in…” or something for those of you who just want to put it on…
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