|"Druid(?)" Shrine (source)|
I live in a small apartment. My boyfriend and I do not have any space for a kitchen table, yet I managed to squeeze in a small corner of our studio to be a shrine space. Still, I find that it lacks a lot. I wish the space could be dedicated better to the shrine, and less to witchcraft tools and the nightstand with our phone chargers.
I found a way, though, to have shrines. As large and a vast as I want: I am making them in a video game called Minecraft.
This lead to someone on one of the pagan circles I frequent (though I regret who) to suggest that Minecraft can be used to make shrines. The idea sounded very welcoming to me, and here is the first shrine I have so far made:
|A picture of the shrine from a ground perspective. On top of the shrine is a 3D Spear I made in His Honor.|
|A better look at the waterfall.|
|Entering the Shrine.|
|At the end of the gold path is an enchanted chest for offerings.|
|A look at the pictures of in-game items that I associate with Lugh. A few: books, a sword (no spear in the game), wheat, bread.|
|A look at the paintings the game automatically generates as well as bookshelves.|
Obviously it'd be nicer if I could have a place I could physically visit. But using this method, I have made the world dedicated to shrines and spiritual service. This also lets me have endless possibilities in terms of what I can make. ENDLESS. No space restraints, no monetary costs, but is full of dedication, respect, and personal creativity.
And I have a good feeling that Lugh is really pleased with how His Shrine has turned out so far.
Do you use any unconventional methods with worshiping or even witchcraft? Share in the comments!