On Aug 11, 2:48 pm, Vibration of Silence gmail.com>
> aine wrote:
>> On Aug 11, 11:55 am, Day Brown daybrown.org> wrote:
>>> I have Thucydides, Cicero, Cato, Seneca, Petronius, Sallust, Ovid,
>>> Xenophon, Sophocles, Aristophanes, Tacitus, and digital copies of
>>> several others to give me some idea of what real pagans and witches thot.
>>> What's in your library?
>> Real pagans and Witches? Silly.
>> This thread is about the 'Twilight' saga. One, some of us are enjoying
>> together and has nothing to do what is in our personal libraries aside
>> from them.
> I don't call/consider myself a witch, but you gave me a good "cop out".<
(snicker)..There is 'real' and there is 'studied'. One has nothing to
do with the other in my book.
> I was worried I might have to show my "real witch" library was full of
> science fiction and fiction. :P<
I have a very large library just because when I was interested in
started the Celtic Grove here at my home, I wanted to make sure there
was a sharing library. I pick and choose pieces of what I need. Read
very few of them cover to cover.
You would find a ton more of sci-fi and fiction here as well. ;) It's
> This Twilight series is probably my first vampire series.<
It is a wonderful Romeo & Juliet Vampire/Werewolf story line. I was
ready for it to end but after 'Breaking Dawn' the last book, I am
looking forward to 'Midnight Sun' which will be Edwards side of what
he was doing while you are reading what you are now.
I would let my Vampires eat/drink and sleep. At least enjoy a good
brandy. I would miss artichokes/mushrooms/baked potato and lobster/
salmon. I am a catnapper at night but I like my time out, so, mine
would sleep like most of the Vampires written about.
> I do have a Donald Michael Kraig an Israel Regardie, 4 or 5 Kabbaalah
> books, and some shamanism books. I think the most valuable are the few
> meditations/visualization books and one shamanism book.<
I like referencing things. I think study is wonderful at times even if
it is to cue our minds on what has been forgotten in rebirth. I allow
myself to fall onto books or websites by synchronicity or serendipity
as I believe fully in my guides and where/what they want me to
One thing about the Old Ways is that if the Ancients wanted us not to
incorporate newer technology and keep up with the times a bit...we
would not incarnate but be immortal or longer lived. My take.
Our memories and Ways would be more in tact of what we knew if we
lived longer. For me incarnation means I was at a rest and sorting
place where I picked and chose what things would benefit me, the gifts
I was born with, as I became enlightened for the good of the Group
that awaits in the final stage.
I cannot imagine being at a final place where we all were alike, knew
all the same things and did not need each other's unique gifts. How