Here we are again.

Hello, once again I’m here and I’m trying to force words that make a modicum of sense to just,  fall out of my mouth and expecting it to be something meaningful, seems like not everything that falls out of my mouth is gold, or at least valuable enough for human consumption.

I would like to be able to drop carpet bombs of knowledge onto this page but I don’t posses the experience nor the literate finesse.

I Was talking to a friend of mine about these sort of ‘journal’ style of writing and how it helps her ability to convey emotions in a more constructive manner.

Well there you go, that’s what I have to say for now.


It’s been awhile.

I’m sure how long exactly its been since the last time I’ve posted anything but I’ve decided it’s time for a different approach, I think I want this blog to become more a personal blog in regards to the topics I decided to write about, since from what I can tell I have a very broad taste in the different spices of life.

So basically I’m saying I don’t know what I have planned but hopefully its something constructive and interesting.


I’ll try to keep this blogging thing as regular as i can

What Paganism means to myself.






/ˈpeɪgən/ [pey-guhn]


one of a people or community observing a polytheistic religion, as the ancient Romans and Greeks. Synonyms: polytheist.

a person who is not a Christian, Jew, or Muslim. Synonyms: heathen, gentile; idolator; nonbeliever.

an irreligious or hedonistic person.

a person deemed savage or uncivilized and morally deficient.


A modern religious movement that seeks to incorporate beliefs or ritual practices from outside world religions, esp. from pre-Christian…

Now, basically Paganism as an umbrella term that takes many different cultures and religions under its cover, e.g. Hinduism and some Buddhism philosophies, for some reason for the most part people mock the idea that people could believe or have faith in deities and god’s like RA, Odin or Zeus but still believe in monotheistic god’s aka Christianity, Islam, Judaism ect..
Slightly hypocritical in my opinion.

My personal belief is that all of these god’s to a certain extent exist or used to exist, I believe magic and “magick” still exists,
My theory as to why I think this? well the imagination Is the most powerful magical tool that has ever existed and we (Humans) as far as we know have an Imagination and can create purely from that source.

Just think about it for a second, Everything you see that was made by man was once within someone’s imagination, all the phones, internet, houses clothes, art, literature and the list goes on, A lot of our Imagination comes from our past knowledge and experience’s but that doesn’t work when someone’s work is completely original, Personally I need to do more research on the Imagination and where it comes from and it’s evolution ect..

The types of deities I associate with are Irish/scot Celtic god’s and Nordic/Germanic god’s and mythologies. I love the Nordic stories of  how our the world and universe is created, I have personally experienced the Gaulish God Cernunnos, I have no idea wether I was just going crazy or what but it was during a meditation session and it was a very positive experience.

I do not “Worship” any god or deity I merely respect them for what they mean to me, which is usually a certain force or influence within my daily life.

Mild rant.

Deception of Reality

What is Reality?




  1. The world or the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them:  “he refuses to face reality”.
  2. A thing that is actually experienced or seen, esp. when this is grim or problematic:  “the harsh realities of life”.

There are four types of reality as “We” currently know…
“Personal reality” – This is the reality in your head, your subjective awareness. This is your conscious state, or the sensation of wakefulness upon waking up from sleep.


The second type of reality is “social reality”. This reality exists collectively, that is, it exists because it is shared by two or more personal realities.


The third type of reality is “objective reality”.

Objective reality is what would exist even if there were no humans alive. It is what exists completely independently of our minds and our feelings and our experiences. When humans talk about “facts” they are referring to this objective reality.


the fourth type of reality is shared “objective reality”. We perceive this reality when our social realities line up with objective reality.