30 Days of Devotion · Around the Cauldron · For the Gods

31 Days of Devotion – Week Two

Variations on this deity (aspects, regional forms, etc.) He was local to London, to Berkshire, and to Windsor Forest. His reach extended out from there through story, through generations, and then through his comparison to Cernunnos. He certainly isn’t Cernunnos, as Cernunnos is as old as time. Herne was once a man. He was a… Continue reading 31 Days of Devotion – Week Two

30 Days of Devotion · Around the Cauldron · For the Gods

31 Days of Devotion – Week One

A basic introduction of the deity. Herne the Hunter is an old British Deity, often associate with Cernunnos and Pan, as they are all antlered Gods. However, they are all very different individuals. Herne was once a Hunter of King Richard II’s court. He was beloved by the King for his ability to always bring… Continue reading 31 Days of Devotion – Week One

30 Days of Devotion · Around the Cauldron · For the Gods

Updating 31 Days of Devotion

It’s been two years since I first posted the “30 Days of Devotion” for Herne the Hunter. Two years! Holy crap, Batman! Hearth Witch Down Under over at patheos.com has posted that the “31 Days of Devotion” is somewhat of a blog challenge for the month of August, and has begun hers on Hekate. As… Continue reading Updating 31 Days of Devotion

Around the Cauldron · Card Readings · For the Gods

The Oracle of the Antlered Road

Elen of the Ways is an antlered Goddess of British mythology. She is Sovereignty, she is the Green Woman. She is of the ancient tracks and path ways, and is helping me journey down one particular path Herne has claimed as “Women’s Business”. There is not much written about her from the old texts, as she… Continue reading The Oracle of the Antlered Road

Bardic Writings · Celebrating the Sabbats · For the Gods

Assuming their Roles – a Beltane story

A new tradition of mine is forming – each year I write a short story to read out at the Beltane gathering, hosted by Gliding Seal Events (and unlike last year, this year I had to confidence to read this story aloud!) This year’s gathering as come and gone, and I had an absolute blast! It’s such an… Continue reading Assuming their Roles – a Beltane story