January 16th, 2004
|01:01 pm - *shudders*|
Please don't make me hit anyone with the Shenannigan Shillelagh!
One more reference to "Celtic Shamanism" and I might have to break it out!
(The Shenannigan Shillelagh is reserved for incredibly dumb statements. While I respect the ability of people to come to their own religion and all that fun stuff, I'm often shocked to hear about things that make no sense when put together, like "Celtic Shamanism". There's a weird idea that the Celts developed shamanism, or even that it's a Celtic word. Not so! We can see behaviors which parallel shamanic practices among the Celts, but nothing that is definite. I'm also not a big fan of using the word "Shaman" outside of an aboriginal or indigenous tradition. Thank you so much, DJ Conway, for turning millions of nubile young fluffy bunnies into mindless waifs who desire nothing more than to practice an "authentic", "noble" tradition that never existed. You may now return to your regularly scheduled stupidity.)
(Wait a minute: I should start teaching this "authentic" and "noble" tradition. . . Then I could bag the mindless waifs. . . That's the ticket!)
Current Mood: annoyed
Current Music: "A Pirate Looks at Forty", -JB
I want to be a Sel-tic shay-man too! Does this mean I have to grow a penis?
|Date:||January 16th, 2004 08:57 pm (UTC)|| |
Schlong's are a very important part of many religous rites.
Read "The Harrow on Howith Hill" for a great discussion that ties the size of King Kong's willy to the fact that onely someone with a will can apparently turn bread and wine into the flesh and blood of a 2000 year old, dead Jew.http://www.deepleafproductions.com/wilsonlibrary/texts/raw-howth.html
|Date:||January 16th, 2004 08:47 pm (UTC)|| |
Ah yes, Celtic Shamanism, that ties right in with the early Druidic Wiccan Warrior Priestesses, the European Wiccan traditions of the 15th, err 14th, hrmmm 13th century?
Darn it all... those pesky christians must have taken all of the period documentation for that stuff and hid it!!
"...like, i totally love DJ Conway." ::fiddles with hair:: "she's so, like, in tune with my personal path, y'know? 'cuz like, my grandmother on my father's side was irish catholic, which means she was really a druid that believed in jesus, and I'm like 1/64th cherokee on my mom's side, so i thought that her book was so kewl." ::dramatic sigh:: "so, if you're like, a druid and stuff, can you like initiate me into your coven so i can learn all this cool shamanic stuff like how to smoke sage and find my power animal? i've always known i was really a druid..."
Dagda F*ckin Mor. Hand me the Shillelagh. Darwin speaks to me at night. I know what I must do.
Ya know, between you telling me I can't be a Celtic Shaman and someone on a forum telling me "YOU'RE NOT SUPPOSED TO SACRAFICE SMALL ANIMALS WITH A KITCHEN KNIFE, WHILE NAKED AND ON ACID!!!" I just don't know what to practice anymore *sobs* My whole spiritual practice is ruined...RUINED!
*grins and runs away* I don't know where these tangets come from
|Date:||January 17th, 2004 06:52 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: Speaking of tangents
It's actually piercings. A corset piercing. *grin*