Drawing Down the Divine Feminine
Divine Queen of the Celtic Britons
An Exploration of the Folklore and Faeries Associated with Stones & Crystals
Meeting the Norse Allfather
Answers from the World at Hand
Hearth Moon Rising
Reconnecting with the Spirits of Nature
A Guide to the Celtic Fair Folk
366 Magical Ways to Observe the Cycle of the Year
How-To Survive (and Enjoy) the Mid-Winter Festival
A few weekends ago, I was in the presence of priestesses. In a monthly gathering where we remember ourselves as powerful witches and magick makers. And we told / remembered / entered the story of Bab...
This year, I’m focusing on building a more sustainable lifestyle by using, wasting, and buying less. That said, I’ve actually been working on a more eco-friendly path over th...
My mind is at rest, calm and at ease with my body. I have crossed the dark abyss, the bridge that separates the physical and spiritual worlds. The abyss disconnects the spiritual mind from the phy...
By Nimue Brown The obvious day to celebrate Beltain is the 1st of May – the date of the Celtic festival honoured by our ancestors. May Day traditions are longstanding and widespread, with maypole...
[caption id="attachment_5605" align="alignnone" width="300"] the Fairy Woods by Henry Meynell Rheam, 1903, public domain[/caption] The next named Fairy Queen we’re going to look at is Aoibheall, ...
[caption id="attachment_5600" align="aligncenter" width="900"] St. George and the Dragon, Paolo Uccello. Mid Fifteenth Century[/caption] Today is St. George’s day, and also marks the birth of a n...
[caption id="attachment_5588" align="alignnone" width="620"] Image - 'Saint George and the Dragon' (c. 1506) by Raphael[/caption] …… yet it is a sad reflection upon my own society that I th...