Day the Eighth: 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.… Continue reading Day the Eighth: Variations and regional forms of Herne.
As you can tell from the top menu bar, I’m a fan of Herne the Hunter. As a fan, a Daughter, and a Dedicant, I know of at least half a dozen different versions of his story, plus the short story I wrote about him. So what I thought I could do for this week,… Continue reading (My) Charge of the God
I’m in a group on Facebook, and we got onto the topic of Charges to the Gods. I’ve never used Doreen Valiente’s charges, nor any others of that matter, as I’ve never felt the need to use one. To me, that’s always been quite a Wiccan element to ritual, and my practice has been a… Continue reading Charge of the God