Author Archives: lisa

Futuristic Flowers

There are so many amazing artists in the world. This is one I would have loved to use for the cover of The Virtual Pagan 2.0:

Its called “Futuristic flowers” and was created by Kristin Meyer. Check out her site at:



Books I Read in 2020

Brown wooden shelves packed with books

I read, A LOT. Several hours every night. I always estimated I go through about a book a day. Granted some of them are cookbooks not novels, and there is a large amount of plain ole nonfiction which isn’t a lot of *deep* reading.

Still, I read a lot. Annnnnd I’m competitive. So when a friend commented that they didn’t believe I read a book a day, I got a little motivated and started keeping track. Here then, with no comment, is what i read in 2020.

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JaguarMoon Grows

Tonight, under a thin slice of moon, JaguarMoon added a new initiate.

Each time we do this I am humbled and grateful. we aren’t going to be a worldwide phenomena, just a small, strong, steady group. we have a deep purpose, and great pride. Each new initiate adds strength and diversity.

So mote it be!

Blessed be!

All hail JaguarMoon!

Current and Future Goals and Dreams (2020-21)

Each year I like to look back over the previous year, and then set goals for the coming year. Many people do this on Jan 1st; I prefer to do it on my birthday. I often refine the accomplishments and goals until my new year, Samhain, but the bulk of the work is done on or around my birthday.

To see last year’s post, click HERE.

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Storing my Stones

I’m sure it’s no surprise that I have a lot of semi-precious stones that I use for magickal purposes; I’ve been collecting them for decades.

Kept in various bowls and dishes around the home, each month I ask the stones which want to go onto my altar, and there is regular turnover. I hardly buy anything nowadays, but with age has come a terrible side effect: I am losing track of which stone is which.

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