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    Re: What is holy to you?

    Who Me???,you take that back..I resemble that remark....!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ophidia View Post
    and Bob, the coyote skull on a staff.
    Lol, you named the skull Bob. Giggle.
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    Re: What is holy to you?

    Quote Originally Posted by Heka View Post
    Lol, you named the skull Bob. Giggle.
    Nope, he told me that was his name. His full name is 'Cowboy Bob of the Flea-Bitten Ghost Brigade' but it's Bob for short.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ophidia View Post

    Nope, he told me that was his name. His full name is 'Cowboy Bob of the Flea-Bitten Ghost Brigade' but it's Bob for short.
    Whats the Flea-Bitten Ghost Brigade? Doesn't sound comfortable.
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    Re: What is holy to you?

    Quote Originally Posted by Heka View Post
    Whats the Flea-Bitten Ghost Brigade? Doesn't sound comfortable.
    Bob says it's a gang of OCs (Original Coyotes). XD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ophidia View Post

    Bob says it's a gang of OCs (Original Coyotes). XD
    As opposed to the new, or imposter coyotes?
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    Re: What is holy to you?

    I'm a pantheist so technically everything is holy.

    But I'm also human so there are certain things I personally resonate with and recognize as sacred to me.

    The Sun, I am totally in awe of.

    Certain places that I happen upon and feel a deep connection to.

    Authenticity anywhere I find it. Honest unaffected feeling and emotion of any sort.

    The Grand Canyon as it is the playground of the Sun.

    My altar and everything we place on it.

    the Holy Days.

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    Re: What is holy to you?

    Quote Originally Posted by Heka View Post
    As opposed to the new, or imposter coyotes?
    You can tell by the faux fur.




    I want a coyote skull named Bob (somehow I think a coyote skull named Bob appreciates bad puns).
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    Re: What is holy to you?

    I have a mounted ram's head named Bertram.

    I've never named the various skulls. Perhaps that would be a fun activity to do with my grandchildren, if I ever have any.
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    Re: What is holy to you?

    I suppose that, since everything expresses itself through a spiritual nature, everything could be considered holy, or an element to the divine. That being said, I do believe that the particular deities which we properly revere come from our awe and appreciation of the universe around us. Anything which draws us to feel a sense of awe is us showing reverence towards the spiritual, as well as the physical, nature of those things. That is how I would put it at the least.

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