Enter the Realm of the Gods and Goddesses: A Pagan journal

Hello fellow Pagans! This is a journal to be passed around from Boomoocher to Bookmoocher and each person adds their own alterations an additions to the book within a 2 week time period and then posts it in their inventory to be mooched by someone else. This process continues until the book is full. When the book becomes full, the last moocher contacts the originated (username: CelticMaiden) and mails it home for CelticMaiden to keep.

The theme of the book is Pagan Gods and Goddesses, therefore, please choose a God or Goddess (Such as Artemis, Pan, Briget etc.) per page or two and decorate the page about this God/Goddess, write invocations, write how they speak to you and decorate the page any you can, once it relates to the deity chosen.Please choose real Gods/Goddesses, not one you make up yourself, please write about them in a way that honours them, please do not write anything derogatory as to insult the Pagan lifestyle and do not destroy or write on other peoples entries. Use any medium to decorate.

Any queries please feel free to contact CelticMaiden.


This journal was listed, requested, request rejected and the creator’s account closed. In other words it has never been issued. 

Hecate Wants Me for a Moonbeam– Pagan Songs and Chants (Birthday Books Vol 22 of 41)

Ah, pagans. We’re a musical people. It’s no surprise that our rituals include song, dance, musical instruments and theater! When my son was young, I would delight him with all the chants and songs I knew and make up ones I didn’t. One I made up was “Hecate wants me for a moonbeam to shine for her each night. In every way to be like her and practice magic right. A moonbeam, a moonbeam. I’ll be a moonbeam for her.” He was dismayed when he was older to hear the christian version of HIS song. I laughingly explained that I had stolen it from them, not the other way around. After all, they got easter and christmas from us… and as my gods have always been wiley and adaptable, we’re not above reappropriating whatever pleases us. This book will include humorous adaptations of modern music, traditional pagan chants, and original devotions. If there is a story behind your learning or acquiring these pagan gems feel free to include it.

When the pages of this journal are filled, please return it to bookmooch user: zenfish. Thank you.

RE: Birthday Books vol 1-41. I was very excited to read about the bookmooch journal project as I usually celebrate my birthday with art/performance art madness related to the number in question. In August I will be a delightful 41 years wild. I have purchased 41 blank journals and am giving each individual themes. When all the wayward art has winged its way home to me, I
look forward to a local celebration to share and enjoy these books with friends.