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Topic: The Necronet Online, Local meet-ups for Necromantic souls

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Posted: Sep. 29 2006,8:31 pm

My darling Leilah...I will be ordering in about a week! I can hardly wait   :2bounce:

rip PaleLady rip

Death is the liberator of him whom freedom cannot release, the physician of him whom medicine cannot cure, and the comforter of him whom time cannot console.

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Posted: Sep. 30 2006,11:41 pm

Lucian, how nice to see you're still here.  Afterall, it is home to many of us.   rip  

  How in the world can anyBODY enter a graveyard with a closed mind?  I suppose some can.  My spirit soars in a cemetery.  I feel close to the dead and close to my own demise.  Eventually when it will allow me passage.   :rose:

  "Our Name Is Melancholy?"  A classic.  And to think we know the author  :smoke: .  How honored are we!

 darky  :doom:

dark angel...~O~.....

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Lady Death

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Posted: Oct. 04 2006,6:57 pm

Just curious, anyone here live in the Dallas/Forth Worth area? If so, can you post? Thanks!

"Death stands above me whispering low, I know not what into my ear; Of His strange language all I know is, there is not a word of fear."

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Lost Soul

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Posted: Nov. 01 2006,9:29 pm

Ok, I'll give it a shot also...long tho' it may be!

I'm here in the Fort Walton Beach area...read:  40 miles east of Pensacola, right along the coast...:color:

Love:  The Phantom of the Opera, haunting the woods on a dark, moonlit night, calling up the night creatures, whipping up some Wyld Magick on the beach under a full moon...

Detest:  Closed minds {duh!}, sand in my swim suit {ick!}, and anything that even REMOTELY smacks of grown men in long robes with pointy hats, regardless of WHAT color the robes/hats may be!  :pissedoff:

Should anyone haunt anywhere near where I do...lemme know! :eyemouth:

Lyfe & Death are Twins, walking hand in hand through time; to know One, embrace the Other...

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Posted: Dec. 16 2006,8:23 pm

Quote (Leilah @ Oct. 04 2006,6:57pm)
Just curious, anyone here live in the Dallas/Forth Worth area? If so, can you post? Thanks!

Funny you should ask that...

I'm from "The big D". Damn I love that expression.


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Posted: April 03 2007,10:30 am

This is a wonderful idea, being a follower of the Rokkr Hel tends to put you on the out-side of the general Asatru' community. So while many have a formal Kindred (asatru-congregation such as the Kindred I was Godhi of for the last 10 years, until I left my possition for personal spiritual reasons, lucky I had trained someone to take my place- my wife is now Gydhja), I no longer have a community to worship (honor) with and to be honest I miss it! So while I am focused on the Hel-Troth and germanic tradition, I would have no problem adapting to a more syncretic form of group praxis, not to mention just having personal in your face contact with another Necromancer or phile. I live in the Columbus Ohio area, so if anyone who lives here would like to meet for a coffee and conversation, contact me via the site.

Hope to see ya soon,
Hels'godhi :rose:

"Think for yourself!"

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Posted: May 05 2007,1:43 pm

Ninetales, though I am a little far away for a meetup, I am interested in your particular approach to ásatrú as I have not met anyone who followed specifically Hel, not even on this forum!
My interest has been piqued if you would like to contact me in PM or email.

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Språk är en tråd genom tidens flod..

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Posted: June 21 2007,5:28 pm

Heilsa and Wassail Ninetales. it is always good to find a kinsman.

Knowledge is not Power. True Power rest on the kind of Knowledge one holds.

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Orion-Dis Soldelumen

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Posted: Aug. 13 2007,10:02 am

Heck why not. I am tired of constant bizarre looks when I try to talk to most pagans about my art.
Casey in MN I have no specific tradition just what the Spirits, Gods, and books have taught me. Have not read the westgate books yet but I plan on it.

Edited by Orion-Dis Soldelumen on Aug. 14 2007,3:16 am

Thanatos - "I visit everything at some point. Even Gods can die."  Hades - "All must return home to me sooner or later, remember that my fellow Olympians."

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Posted: Aug. 16 2007,8:05 pm

Well what the heck.  I seriously doubt that there is anyone, anywhere near this area, but if you happen to drive through a town called Sugar City, CO.  We do have 1 cafe...a bar, a post office and town hall....and that's pretty much all there is.  ~LOL~  Oh, and 2 churches...for 250 people...sheesh.  I think this town is split into 3, church 1, church 2 and those that don't attend church.  ~shrugs~

...when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 - 1930), (Sherlock Holmes)

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