lwood: (spiral)
Friends, sign up with the Spiral Clergy Program today, and in just a few short years, you, too, can be an Emergency Clerical Hologram aboard any ship in Starfleet.

Can't you imagine it? I can see the script now--thanks, [livejournal.com profile] mephron, for the punchline...

SCENE 09 - INT ENTERPRISE HOLOCHAPEL )-- Lorrie has perhaps one too many of the jms Babylon 5 script books.

- Yes, yes: if Goddenbery hadn't been a dork about "in the future, there is no religion". Work with me, here!
lwood: (spiral)
All right, you guys, it's not that big a deal, but Since You Asked, here it is.

A few notes before the cut:

  • This was for a ritual for the Fellowship of the Spiral Path, a local pagan umbrella organization under whose auspices I am currently seeking clergy ordination. As part of that, I am to lead several rituals, and it is expected that these rituals constitute a stretch out of the native form of my local group. Specifically, this is a ritual that someone in Spiral does monthly to honor a different goddess, although variants exist to honor a god, or a pair of a god and a goddess.

  • The below material is intended for a broadly pagan audience, and for expression within a ritual--so it's short, and gives questions, not answers or even personal experience. When expanded for Idunna, it will see a refocus to a heathen audience, and a certain amount of retooling for that different focus. [livejournal.com profile] keristor has also provided Food for Thought, and as we all know, Food for Thought becomes grist in the writer's mill.

Okay? Okay--disclaimer is away, we are go for launch.

The requested homily lurks behind the cut. )
lwood: (vefara bindrune cross)

I just committed a sermon.

And it doesn't suck.

-- Lorrie


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