Updated: Honoring the Locals

6 thoughts on “Updated: Honoring the Locals”

    1. I suppose not. I’m nothing to shake a stick at, and this corn-wolf seems to wierd to me. Maybe it’s a part of the local Gods, I don’t know. I’m still learning about them. Talk about a right hook.

  1. It doesn’t matter if you’re not agricultural…you’re a witch; possibly the first one in the area for a very long time, and the land knows. So honour the spirit that has decided to knock on the door. It happens.

    In the UK, the farmers here still put bread and milk out now and again to their fields. They’ll never tell anyone why (though i know. I know). They just say “Well, it doesn’t hurt, does it?” They work with the land. They Know, too.

    Do the Work, and the answers will come…along with more questions. That’s the way of it.

    1. That’s true. I do put creme out for the spirits myself, and I will continue to honor the spirit, even if the entire scenario befuddles me. I haven’t met another local Pagan out here for months, so, I guess it’s me in my grouchy entirety.

      At this point, the corn-wolf is made, and given a ‘bed’ on the local altar. I’ll figure it out as I go. It’s true, sometimes the answers come knocking, other times you open the door to get kicked in the shin.

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