RevMiracle

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  1. RevMiracle

    Marriage in Canada

    Does anyone know if it is legal yet for a ULC minister to perform marriage in Canada?
  2. In this world of technology many forms of social interaction take place online in a virtual environment, I wrote this poem about a virtual world called Second Life, where I attend classes on an avatar. I also work in this world as a creator and designer, helping others create their avatars and shape their virtual world to their liking. Virtual Girl by Miracle Emery on Saturday, October 9, 2010 at 8:55pm In this place you think I'm fair change my body, change my hair all you desire I can be there's just one thing you fail to see Some where out there is the real me a girl of flesh and bone a faceless person pressing the key You say you're in love with my AV How would you feel about the real me? I'm not perfect not what you see no sculpted form, no firm ass on me I'm certainly not a double D take my hand, touch my face Sorry, I've no saving grace How would you feel if you could see the stark reality if you could see... The real me?
  3. RevMiracle

    Broken

    I am very happy to say this poem was recently chosen for publication in a book of poetry
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    Broken

    Broken by Miracle Emery on Saturday, May 23, 2009 at 2:47pm You held my beating heart in the palm of your hand Wrapped my soul about you like a cloak The fires of love danced around you Unconditional acceptance was yours for all time My trust for you grew, a vine reaching to the stars With each secret shared a fragile crystal flower bloomed Until the vine shone with a prismatic rainbow For us both to share But you couldn't see, or didn't care about the precious things that bloomed there You crushed the flowers and broke the vine ripped the cloak from you and cast it aside My tears extinguished the flames as you turned and walked away from me Still holding my broken heart in the palm of your hand
  5. Hello Hecate's Daughter, very nice to see you here, welcome. I'm fairly new here, the people are very nice :). I'm always happy to see a sister witch I'm bit of a hedge witch myself. Looking forward to seeing more of you!

  6. I just officiated my first wedding... in World of Warcraft.. the bride insisted :-)

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    2. RevMiracle

      RevMiracle

      Well it was a virtual marriage but she requested I do the ceremony as I'm ordained. lol

    3. Rev. Troy Natereli

      Rev. Troy Natereli

      Kool, Was it an Aliance wedding?

    4. RevMiracle
  7. RevMiracle

    Virtual Girl

    BTW I adore your 'dancing Tauren' that rocks
  8. RevMiracle

    Virtual Girl

    lol What self respecting mmorpg player hasn't seen that video? seriously
  9. RevMiracle

    Virtual Girl

    Well perhaps some evening when you have time I can introduce you to my virtual world, its free to join and there's no game to download just a browser, I think you would like exploring all the wonders it has to offer. *Smiles* I don't have much in the way of tech just my laptop and I have a cell phone but it doesn't work in Canada, it's for when I'm in the US and its just a plain old pay as you go cell. I think in general most men are like that, its the usual 'nature of the beast' and I think subconscious for the most part. I hope you enjoy your time out, if I miss you in the morning I'll catch you when you're back online
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    Virtual Girl

    *smiles* Yes the woman in the profile pictures is me, they were all taken in the last year. As for my AV she has many different forms depending on my mood of the day, she even has a lust demon form as well as a humanoid cloud leopard lol. Second Life is not at all like WOW (which I play) or MMO games, its not a game really but a virtual reality. I attend classes on my AV, its much nicer to have an avatar than to attend in a chat room, that way the instructors can provide visuals. I actually create the world around me for other players to enjoy. If I want a tree I make one, a house? I create one down to the finest detail. There are entire cities created, one of my favorite places in SL is the DaVinci gardens which brings his inventions and visions to life. I also love Kowloon City and the Missing Mile dark rural community. Its a way to make your imagination come to life and to share it with the world.
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    Virtual Girl

    Hehehe you're not 'old' till your 80, The picture I attached is my avatar, that's what people in world see when they meet me.
  12. Comparative Myth tomorrow night, I am SO looking forward to this class!

    1. Atwater Vitki

      Atwater Vitki

      If it's anything like the one I took at DeAnza...fascinating course!! Blessings of Peace,

  13. RevMiracle

    The Mystery

    Thank you Reverend Al, I look forward to learning more about the author all I know of him is this poem.
  14. The Mystery* This poem is ascribed to Amergin, a Milesian prince or druid who settled in Ireland hundreds of years before Christ I am the wind which breathes upon the sea, I am the wave of the ocean, I am the murmur of the billows, I am the ox of the seven combats, I am the vulture upon the rocks, I am the beam of the sun, I am the fairest of plants, I am the wild boar in valour, I am a salmon in the water, I am a lake in the plain, I am a word of science, I am the point of the lance of battle, I am the God who created in the head the fire. Who is it who throws light into the meeting on the mountain? Who announces the ages of the moon? Who teaches the place where couches the sun? (If not I)
  15. I so hate it when a class is cancelled because of low registration, I'm going to have to wait until January for Dancing the Divine.

    1. Rev. Justice Rivermyst

      Rev. Justice Rivermyst

      Nuuuuu! ..Next time for sure?

    2. RevMiracle

      RevMiracle

      Yes indeedy I'll take it with the rest of the Sophomore class next term, I'm just finished first year and taking some summer courses to get a head start, I like to keep my brain engaged lol.

  16. New classes! Comparative myth next Monday, Dancing the Divine next Tuesday, and Animal Connections this Thurday, very much looking forward to new discovery!

  17. RevMiracle

    Forever

    Forever by Miracle Emery on Monday, May 17, 2010 at 2:00am Warm sunlight through fragrant branches The smell of spring in the air A radiant beam of light in the darkness A song so beautiful it must never end This love, so deep it's ancient reaching out from time forgotten touching the root of my soul A myriad of thoughts of you, dancing in my head You reached out as I was falling to hold me safe within your heart and returned the music to my life My love will continue to last through the passages of time Until at last I am held, safe within strong arms Yours Forever
  18. Working on an assignment 'Drawing down the Moon' then only 2 more assignments and I'm finished Ritual 101..Woot!

  19. Woke up this morning feeling very ill, still recovering from chemo, any healing that can be given would be most appreciated.

    1. Brother Michael Sky

      Brother Michael Sky

      You shall have my efforts :)

    2. Raven's Trikes

      Raven's Trikes

      I don't know magic but I wish you the best

    3. RevMiracle

      RevMiracle

      My warmest thanks for the healing and the well wishes, Blessed Be.

  20. Define that which gives you breath and grants you more to give, cause life ends not in death but with what lies inside while we live (Christopher Williams)

  21. Children and Safety at public ritual Having two young children myself who are just starting to join me at public rituals where children are welcome, and taking part in family rituals in our own home, child safety is an issue that I as a mother must be keenly aware of. Not only where my children are and what they are doing but with other people at the ritual who may not be aware of my children and where they are. There are the obvious issues, Small children and Pointy objects do not mix, wands and Athames, other objects such as swords, should be kept away. As mentioned in the reading it is so easy for some inattentive persons Wand or Athame to cause a child serious injury. Candles as well are not good for small children, and as mentioned for older children (and yes even an inattentive adult) blowing a candle out the wrong way can cause wax to splash up in a persons face. Using a snuffer is certainly the way to go. Now an issue that I must admit before this course I had not considered is the fire pit / bonfire. Not the obvious concerns about younger children and fire, that's a given. But older teens (yes again ..adults too) and the dangers of smoke inhalation. (Bad me! volunteered on FD should have thought of this one but it escaped me) Now Spell work, yes children are a distraction, I attend a circle where children are often present. Even though they are well behaved children, they are children. I agree wholeheartedly that children (at least young children) should only attend celebratory ritual. Children are energy sponges they pick up on the energies around them absorb them and then let it all out, amplified and chaotic. During a celebratory ritual where a lot of positive happy energy is flowing this is ok, (even then it can be overwhelming for a sensitive child) Ok Skyclad rituals, yes this one is again obvious, A child should not ever attend a skyclad ritual that is not a family ritual. I'm sorry but predators are everywhere, I personally was raised by a pedophile that was a much loved well respected ~*Schoolteacher*~. I don't have hangups about nudity and I live in a community where nudity is common, there are beaches and places where it is the norm. But I would never have my children in these places and the same goes for skyclad ritual. My personal opinion on safety is that there should always be a person with first aid knowledge and a basic first aid kit at any ritual. I have the first aid knowledge needed to treat an injury and save a life, the knowledge doesn't help if there's not a first aid kit there to use. Now that's a big old list of don'ts, here are some do's :: when planning or hosting a ritual that you know children are attending keep it light, entertaining, and short. The family KISS rule applies... *Keep it Short and Simple.* Involve the children in anyway you can, give them a task no matter how small it may seem, let them feel like they are a part of what is happening around them. Parents Do always know where your children are, be responsible for them. If you are taking part in a ritual be sure you have a responsible person to watch them while you are occupied. Above all DO enjoy these moments, record them in photographs write them into your journals, these years fade away too fast and are gone. Treasure the memories. *smiles the above is a post taken from an article I wrote please forgive and ignore the references which I forgot to remove *sheepish grin*
  22. A morning devotional for little ones I am small and as sweet as can be so today that's just what I'll be, I will smile and laugh and play, all through my day, safe and happy that's me! thank you for my mama and my daddy, I know they love me thank you for the flowers and the bee's and the birds singing in the trees thank you for the sun and the moon, they light my way and watch me through night and day. thank you for my toys and my pets that are here to play Thank you for the love around me every day and for bedtime It's time for sleep we're done with play Thank you for the things I learned today Goodnight sun, thank you for the day Hello moon in my dreams you light my way and now I snuggle safe in bed while twinkling stars dance overhead.
  23. We do a simple meal blessing Goddess of the verdant plain God of golden sun ripe grain Bless this meal here prepared and please bless those that made it we the allow everyone at the table to add their 'please blesses' whatever they wish to add
  24. Studying ! Gentle Touch Aromatherapy Massage atm, later an historical essay on Wicca due Monday *eeek*