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    Re: Someone Called Me An Aqua?

    All that comes to mind for me is the saying,"She is a tall drink of water"

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    Re: Someone Called Me An Aqua?

    I'm interested in what he says that means. If he answers you, would you mind sharing? I've never heard of Aqua people before. Is it like a type of Indigo child, maybe? Or another term for muse?

    Piqued my interest.

    I feel like you might want to double up on any energetic shielding you do. "Envy" and pain are definitely feelings you don't want to take into yourself, especially if they're coming from another person.

    Lastly, I'm actually genuinely curious about this as well... Is there such a thing as Low Priest? Medium Priest? Priest? Because I hear about people being High Priests or Priestesses but never anything in between.
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    Re: Someone Called Me An Aqua?

    Quote Originally Posted by Juniper View Post
    Lastly, I'm actually genuinely curious about this as well... Is there such a thing as Low Priest? Medium Priest? Priest? Because I hear about people being High Priests or Priestesses but never anything in between.
    Oh I'm glad I'm not the only one to wonder about that. I called someone an Ersatz Priest once and he was incredibly flattered
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    Re: Someone Called Me An Aqua?

    Quote Originally Posted by Juniper View Post
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    Lastly, I'm actually genuinely curious about this as well... Is there such a thing as Low Priest? Medium Priest? Priest? Because I hear about people being High Priests or Priestesses but never anything in between.
    Usually it is used to represent (if someone is in a degreed tradition) that they are Third Degree (out of 3), or that they are the head of the group in which everyone one that is initiates is considered a priest/priestess. Mostly, its a Wiccan thing, though maybe some other traditions use it. You can't really be a Pagan HP though, because the only place your position like that is "good" is in your own tradition or group, and there is no single Pagan tradition, if you get where I'm goign with this.

    Often people will call themselves an HP or HPS without being of....or will call themselves one as if it means anything outside their group. Its sort of like being a teacher or a nurse or lawyer---in your state you are credentialed, but that doesn't mean you can go to another stste and start working if they don't recognize your licensure licensure. Or like being a Catholic ddiocesan priest vs a Methodist pastor vs a self-proclaimed livingroom "church" minister minister--the first two have degrees in theology and training in counselling...the third may have these things, but usually not. If the first two go to other congregations in their tradition, they can do their thing there, but if they go to each others churches they'd be respected bunt not allowed to give communion. The thrif thrid guy though only has a position that means something in his own church.
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