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02 December 2006 @ 08:33 am
A Brief Introduction  

I walk the path of the Ancient Ones! I'm a proud Pagan and I vote! I'm a Celtic Druid who also practices Egyptian Hermetisim and Magick, I'm a High Priest to both Atum-Re and Isis. I lead a small eclectic Coven. Remember if you are closed minded you should also be closed mouth. I am very devoted and I’m proud to have attended a pagan seminary where I have been ordained. More about my faith follows.

My Magickal name is Lord White Owl Sage or Lord Great Owl. The meaning of White is thus: not intended to cause harm. The meaning of the spirit of the owl is thus: Owls symbolize wisdom, the ability to see things that are hidden, stealth, swiftness, darkness, freedom, dreams, shape-shifting, secrets, omens, clairvoyance, astral projection, magick, deception, observation, total truth, night, death and misfortune. They are connected to the Underworld and the Moon. They are connected to The Goddess in general, as well as Athena, Isis, Mari, Lilith, and Anath, Gwynn ap Nudd, Blodeuwedd, Yama and Cailleach. Barn Owl: Barn owls are the ones who see without seeing and hear without hearing; the ones who can hear what is not spoken and ones that see things without physical sight. The meaning of Sage is thus: One venerated for experience, judgment, and wisdom, and having or exhibiting wisdom and calm judgment, as well as, Proceeding from or marked by wisdom and calm judgment.

I am a High Priest to both Isis, and Atum-Re. Though my deities are Egyptian, I am an “eclectic Pagan.” There are different Traditions within the Pagan world. I consider myself Eclectic because I do not belong to any one tradition. I love the Egyptian culture and identify with their God/desses. But I also pull different things from the Celtic and Druid traditions; also I practice Hermetisim which is sacred to the Ancient Egyptians. There are more Eclectic Pagans today than there used to be. If you encounter a coven or solitary that is Eclectic, and you belong to a particular tradition, do not turn them away or think that they are indecisive. There is much that you can learn from each other. And please remember this, regardless of tradition; we are all the same underneath it all.

I serve as the High Priest/Overseer of the Sacred Universal Temple of the Earth, an Eclectic Pagan Temple. In my duties I’m called upon to do many sacred things which I resolve not write about in this essay, basically they are too sacred for the general population to read about. One of the things that brings me great satisfaction and gratification is listening to my coveners and helping them through their little bumps in the road. In my spare time I also teach a class or two at an online Pagan seminary. There is more to me than meets the eye. I’m religious, but I am also a “moderate-liberal.”

I’m an open book so feel free to ask me any questions you may have.
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