Amyla Silverflame
  • Female
  • Houston, TX
  • United States

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Rev.Wallace Feb 20, 2015. 15 Replies

Hello there!  I'm Amyla.  I joined up recently but haven't really done a whole lot on the site, though I keep intending to.  I guess I just wasn't sure where to start.  So I suppose an introduction…Continue

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I am a freelance artist from Texas and a practicing eclectic pagan and witch, and weave a lot of my beliefs, practice, and experience into my work. I create with both word and picture, often telling stories, sometimes just writing introspective or thoughtful pieces on the artistic or magickal. My main site isSilverFlame Art, and my art shop is Amyla Silverflame on Pixels.
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Occultist, Pagan, Witch

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At 3:59pm on April 2, 2017, Shawn Blackwolf said…

Nice art my dear one...

I used to represent 160 visionary artists , many years ago...

I myself , am a poet , writer , artist , and carver of antler , bone , and horn...

I as well teach the Old Faery Tradition...

And , please take this respectfully...

If your avatar is you...and those are really your eyes...

You are a *force* to be reckoned;)

At 7:45pm on February 13, 2015, N913 said…

Thank you too,

At 1:22pm on February 2, 2015, Ajani1love said…

At 6:53pm on February 1, 2015, EarthWolf said…

Blessings and Friendship :)

Amyla Silverflame's Blog

The Emancipation of Galatea

Posted on April 26, 2017 at 6:45pm 0 Comments

There is an ancient tale, told in Greek myth, about a sculptor named Pygmalion who carved a statue out of marble, naming her Galatea. Lusting after the shapely and comely figure of the woman he had carved, he begged Aphrodite to bring her to life. And so Galatea was given life. I have a different take on the myth. Galatea, refusing to be Pygmalion's prize, his possession, takes flight and travels a starry path of her own choosing. 

This painting is available for sale in my…



Posted on February 18, 2015 at 12:53pm 0 Comments

I keep meaning to come over here and get a bit more active in this community, but it keeps getting pushed aside for other things.  I'm going to try to do better, though.  

I've followed a more or less pagan and magickal path for more than a decade, but recently I've begun incorporating an honor of Hekate into my path.  I've worked with a sort of universal energy with masculine and feminine aspects in the past, but this is the first time I've felt drawn to work with a specific…



Posted on February 11, 2015 at 11:03pm 0 Comments

Hello, PaganSpace!  This is my first blog post here.  Not sure how much I'll be using this thing, but I'll at least post every now and again.

This has been a hell of a week, and it's not over yet.  I have a doctor's appointment in the morning, which hopefully will not include a ridiculously long wait like the last time I had an appointment at that hospital.  

I didn't get much done today at all, at least not what I had intended.  I spent most of the day working…


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