Blessed Beltaine! I have made a wreath of fake ivy and wild flowers to go around my hair. My friends will just need to excuse the masking tape I’ve used to tie everything together, I couldn’t find my wire clippers. In honour of Samhain and my ancestors from the northern lands, I did do a… Continue reading Sovereignty
I’m happy in Sydney. I love living here. With the exception of the humidity, I love the weather. I love feeling the sunshine on my skin in August amongst the chill of the air. I love seeing rain, and tilting my head back and opening my mouth, letting the drops hit my tongue like I… Continue reading Honouring the Past, and Embracing the Present
When I first began practicing, I followed Wicca. Not for any particular reason, more because I was introduced to Scott Cunningham and, at the time, it was the only book I was aware of for beginners. There are so many out on the market now, I’d hate to be a newbie to the Pagan path… Continue reading Full Moon Ponderings
Blessed Yule / Midwinter / Alban Arthan / Solstice! I mentioned this in a comment reply to yesterday’s post, but watching the sun set tonight on the train, my spirits instantly felt brighter. After being cloaked in darkness and madness for a few days, it’s so wonderful to be my variation of normal again. Midwinter,… Continue reading On Midwinter’s Day
I have always considered myself a Child of Herne the Hunter. Since I first found the Pagan path, it was he who chose me. He chose me from birth, allowing me to be raised under his guidance, in a suburb called ‘Herne Hill’. Of late, the calling to connect with him on a much stronger… Continue reading Answering the Call – Herne the Hunter
I felt drawn to re-read ‘Elemental Power’ by Amber Wolfe. I have owned this book for over a decade now, and have never gotten all the way through it. I believe it was a little, too intellectual for me when I was young. But now, it feels right once more. Learning the path of the… Continue reading Salijen, the Shamanic Steed
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