In a hole in the ground, there lived a hobbit.
Most witches don’t believe in gods. They know that the gods exist, of course. They even deal with them occasionally. But they don’t believe in them. They know them too well. It would be like believing in the postman.
- Favorite tea?
- Favorite crystal?
- How do you take your tea/coffee?
- Favorite pantheon (s)?
- Most recent witchy thing done?
- Most-used spell?
- A list of spellwork songs
- Age you began doing witchcraft?
- Age you became pagan?
- Personal colors (that you identify with)?
- If you had a companion animal/animal guide, what would it be?
- Five favorite witch or pagan blogs
- Opinions on godspousing?
- Favorite witchcraft or pagan books
- Where do you usually practice?
- What does your altar look like if you have one?
- What should we send you if we want to send you presents?
- Are you out of the ‘broom closet’?
- Do you work with or worship with other Pagans or witches?
- What’s something you feel comfortable teaching about?
- What’s something you wish you could do?
- What’s your favorite kind of divination, if you do divination?
- Do you have a favorite tarot deck?
- What deity(ies) do you worship?
- Is your worship as a pagan connected to witchcraft?
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Nyx (Latin Nox) is the goddess of night. She is one of the protogenoi (first-born elemental gods), and was born from Khaos (Air). Alone, she spawned some very dark beings including the Moirai (the three Fates), Nemesis (justice and divine retribution), winged Hypnos (Sleep) and His brother Thanatos (Death), Moros (Doom), the Keres, Goddesses of violent death, Oizys (Misery), the Hesperides who guarded the golden apples, Deceit, Friendship, Old Age and Eris (Strife, sometimes said to be a daughter of Hera). Even though many believe Khaos to be her mother, the true creation of Nyx is unknown.