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This weekend at #PantheaCon: Cartomancers Show and Tell, Crossroads of Memory, Spirit Babies, and the Kuan Yin Oracle

These are the presentations I’ll be involved with at Pantheacon this coming weekend. On Saturday February 13th at 7pm in the Circle of Cerridwen Suite Room 966: Cartomancers Show and Tell, hosted by Calyxa Omphalos and myself. Calyxa is the author of the Elemental Hexagons Divination Cards and WOGD Flashing Flash card decks. She also…

Hair embroidery dedicated to Kuan Yin

This is absolutely incredible and I have to share it: Hair embroidery is a particular technique practiced by lay Buddhist women to create devotional images. The embroiderers used their own hair as threads and applied them on silk to stitch figures. Scholars contend that this tradition started from the Tang Dynasty (618-907). However, the resurgence…

Month of Written Devotion 28 – Lost

Yesterday’s topic caused me to draw a blank. Today’s topic I find to be easy to write about. One of the works Kuan Yin has called me to do is the Spirit Babies ceremony. Basically, this is a ceremony for anyone who has been affected by miscarriage, abortion, stillbirth, or any other perinatal loss. I…