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Sep. 17th, 2008 @ 01:28 pm Temple keepers
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radical militant librarian
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Date:September 17th, 2008 08:14 pm (UTC)
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I've got my altar, which is located on top of a hundred fifty year old shoeshine box that once belonged to my great-grandfather, it's devoted to Shiva and it felt right to do so; I have a lot of reverence for my ancestors for all of the fairly cool and impressive things they've done. Other than that, I've been working on a new fairy circle out in the sheep's field on a hill, but it's slow going because I have to be very selective in the stones I use, and in eventual location, since I won't be able to enter it when it's complete, a majority of the time. I don't want it to be in a place where it messes with the energy already moving around in the field either so I need to pick a spot where it makes the least noise, and isn't going to start disturbing the local critters or make the trees nervous, they've been here longer. We've got a grove of oak trees, and a very odd spot in the back of the field with a cottonwood tree and some half buried stones, and I think both are fairly sacred spaces, in that I feel a lot like a kid entering the main room of a church when I go back there.