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This is a blog about a Polytheist Revivalist whose religious observances can be defined as eupraxis meaning “good practice”.

 There is no interest in reconstructing the fragmented past, nor any interest in creating a thoroughly modern religion: the aim is to show that the past can merge with the modern in such a way as that it breathes new life into an ancient religion. 

12. The icy heart shall break, for it rests upon illusion, yet the heart of water shall endure.

13. The heart of water is not proud, she trusts not in herself. She seeks not power nor authority of herself, for there is no authority save in the Spirit My Mother.

15. The heart of water is all obedience, nor hardens against her lady. The heart of water lays claim to nothing, therefore possesses all things. 

16. Authority flows from the heart of water because she possesses none. The heart of ice has not authority, neither flows it from her.

The Gospel of Our Mother God The Heart of Water

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