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3 sites for your perusal

Post by Kitsune » Fri Apr 28, 2006 8:50 pm

Okay, Here's two sites I came across that are quite nice.

Firstly, a store with a lot of nice stuff. Pagan based, and they have a great tea herb, and clothing section.

http://www.ladyhawkstreasures.com/index.htm

Secondly, It may have already been on here, but Witches' Voice. A good place for articles, music, and it even has a spot where you can find out pagan stuff in your area.

http://www.witchvox.com/

Hey I like em. Oh, and one other. Not pagan at all, but fun none the less.

http://www.mysticalball.com/

Tell me what you think!
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Post by Firelord » Sat Apr 29, 2006 7:20 am

Have to check out the first site when I can.

As for witchvox... known of it and been a member for a long while and I'd have to say the site is great but the navigation is craptacular at best.

As for the last link, the thing is a joke... logical assessment of it would rank it on the same level as those lamo math tricks that go something like (take your age, double it, divide by two: presto, your age!)

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Post by Kitsune » Sat Apr 29, 2006 7:28 am

I know that it's a math trick. You can only get one answer, no matter which numbers you choose. But I loved those things when I would watch the stage magicians on TV too! I just think it's fun.

Probably since math has never been my strong suit. :lol:
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