January92013
cjfiend:

Even though I did not want to upload a pic of it, here it is. This is Loki’s altar in my altar room. I don’t like to let many people know that I am working with him, because many think they have the right to tell me what path to walk down. I have been working with Loki for almost half a year now. (On and off.) He has taught me a few things, and so far, he has been very good to me. He is not for everyone though, I will say that. I like him though. I think I’m going to need a bigger altar for him soon…it looks a bit cramped. 

cjfiend:

Even though I did not want to upload a pic of it, here it is. This is Loki’s altar in my altar room. I don’t like to let many people know that I am working with him, because many think they have the right to tell me what path to walk down. I have been working with Loki for almost half a year now. (On and off.) He has taught me a few things, and so far, he has been very good to me. He is not for everyone though, I will say that. I like him though. I think I’m going to need a bigger altar for him soon…it looks a bit cramped. 

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December232012
servant:

My morning altar.

I got asked recently what I use during the time I have devoted to silence, prayer and reflection in the morning. Rather than explain everything I thought I would just take a picture of my ‘altar’. As you can see there is the Bible, journal, cross, icon, A New Zealand Prayer Book, The Divine Hours pocket edition by Phyllis Tickle and a moka pot and espresso cup, which as use to end my time. What can’t be captured in a photo is the central element of it all though - silence.

servant:

My morning altar.

I got asked recently what I use during the time I have devoted to silence, prayer and reflection in the morning. Rather than explain everything I thought I would just take a picture of my ‘altar’. As you can see there is the Bible, journal, cross, icon, A New Zealand Prayer Book, The Divine Hours pocket edition by Phyllis Tickle and a moka pot and espresso cup, which as use to end my time. What can’t be captured in a photo is the central element of it all though - silence.

(Source: servant)

December212012

planetride:

Yule altar with my new God and Goddess symbols I made myself :) 

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November12012
mrartattack:

My Samhain altarRight now it’s actually has apple and grapefruit as an offering, orange n black candels and my book of shadows

mrartattack:

My Samhain altar

Right now it’s actually has apple and grapefruit as an offering, orange n black candels and my book of shadows

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deepwoodsteaparty:

The shrine for the one that opens the door to the Temple.

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October72012

cupcakerachelpagan:

I know most people put the God on the left and the Goddess on the right, but I put the Goddess on the left because if your doing elements at their corresponding directional points, North/Earth and West/Water would be on the left and East/Air and South/Fire on the right.  And, the Goddess elements are.. Earth and Water and the God’s is Air and Fire.  And, I like everything to correspond. Cool. 

If anyone knows of a reason the God usually goes on the left and Goddess on the right please let me know, because I’ve been wondering and I haven’t been able to find anything.

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September222012

sourwolf242:

My Mabon altar.

I really like this altar cloth because it includes so many different aspects of Fall - apples, leaves and even nuts as well as some great autumnal colors.

My main Goddess representation, a statue of Aquarius (also represents my birthday)

A nice round pumpkin to represent the feminine aspects of the harvest.

The bell which is pretty much always on my altar.

I chose gold and red candles because they remind me of the leaves in full bloom.

Crystals were chosen for a mixture of fall colors with black crystals scattered throughout to represent the fact that we are entering the dark half of the year.  My center stone is actually a perfectly round rock that I found one day, I also use it in my new moon rituals.

The caldrons in the middle also represent entering the dark half of the year, with a beesewax candle nestled inside providing the light to guide us to Spring.

The apples and corn are also to represent the harvest.

The chalice is a normal part of my altar.

I was delighted to find such a phallic looking gord to include on the male half of my altar.

Finally, last but not least my God representation.  Although I believe he is supposed to represent Faunus (there are small horns on his head and he was made in Italy) I associate him more with Pan, possibly because I’m drawn mostly to Greek, Celtic and Norse deities.

As a special bonus as I was setting up my altar I noticed that a small spider has taken up residence on my Aquarius statue.  I hope she is happy spinning her web and will add her essence to my altar.

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Holy Family Altar in our Home (by Miguel Sideco)

Holy Family Altar in our Home (by Miguel Sideco)

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