I talked briefly in my blog on handling working tools that there is one ‘”tool” that I would rather nobody touch but me. This “tool” has a name and it’s Chip.
Chip is a wonderful quartz crystal sphere that I bought at a Ren. Faire this past summer. Looking into him (and yes he’s a he) you can see fantastic inclusions all over the place. He and I have been Continue reading Introducing Chip
When I started my studies of Paganism 6 years ago I’ll admit that I was conflicted. I still had, and still do have, a strong connection to Christianity. I knew that most Christians would have a negative outlook on my practice, but I never expected the Pagan community to have negative opinions on it.
Don’t get me wrong, Continue reading Dealing With the Haters
I’ve been working with my tarot cards more lately. When I first started my studies on the tarot I was a bit confused with all the rules that most often came up. I learned that you can’t buy your own tarot, you have to keep them any certain cloth, nobody else can touch them, you have to shuffle them a certain way, and on and on. Well I broke most, if not all those “rules”. But it got me thinking about others handling my tools. Continue reading Others Handling Your Working Tools
While on this site I hope to engage and foster a community of like minded Pagans, Christians, and Christo-Pagans. That’s why I use the tagline, “Bridging the Gap.” I just wanted to take a brief moment and explain a little about this site before going any further. Continue reading Little Bit About ChristoPaganism.com
As I stated in the previous post, one of the reasons I first came to Christo-Paganism was because the idea of spell casting intrigued me so much. The routine of ritual resonated with me as it was like the Catholic masses I saw as a young boy, but not being raised primarily Catholic, rarely got to witness. Understanding the catalyst nature of spellwork gave me the confidence to do these workings and off I went.
Spirit communication type of spell work was Continue reading A Magical Miracle