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  1. Hi Grateful, Sorry to hear about your sister-in-law . I will certainly be happy to add the power of some White Witchcraft to the positive energies already being sent her way.
  2. Hi Atwater Vitki, Being a Rosicrucian is like getting a "liberal arts" metaphysical education, while being a Celtic Witch is a something of a specalization. Rosicrucian teachings address a broad range of metaphysical subjects and practices. Since Rosicrucians believe that their teachings are universal truths or principles, they see elements of Rosicrucianism in all religions. Although their are some Rosicrucian groups who view their beliefs strictly as a form of esoteric Christianity, both the AMORC and CR+C view Rosirucianism as a philosophy instead of a religion. Since it is a philosophy, me
  3. My heritage (Welsh/British and Irish) drew me to Celtic Wicca, basically Gardnerian blended with Celtic mythology and folklore. That is also why i studied Druidry. I imagine that if I were of Saxon descent I would have liked Seax Wica, or perhaps Stregheria if I were of Italian descent. If I were Nordic, I would have propably followed something like Asatru . I was briefly a member of AMORC in 1996 for about 9 mos. I ended up studying with the CR+C for over 5 years, to the end of the Ninth degree (I didn't submit the exam to go into the Tenth Degree, and let my membership lapse). CR+C, the Co
  4. Bright blessings PaganPeaceMaker, I am new here as well. I have been a Celtic Witch (Wiccan) for over twenty years, but I have also studied Druidry, Rosicrucianism, and Spiritualism. Nice to meet you .
  5. If no one was harmed intentionally to obtain the flesh, I personally wouldn't object. I think the body is inconsequential once the spirit has vacated. There are cultures that eat horses, cats, or dogs; I do not believe we have the right to enforce our beliefs on those other cultures. And if the human remains were battered, fried, and smothered in brown gravy, then so much the better .
  6. Here's hoping everyone is having a happy Halloween (and a merry Samhain) . BTW, I cast a spell earlier tonight so that all Halloween candy will be calorie free and full of vitamins and nutrients. (This includes left over Halloween candy as well.) Enjoy!
  7. Welcome to the forum! Glad to have you come aboard. I hope you'll check out all the site has to offer and join in when you can! Blessings of Peace, Al