If you’ve never heard of Morning Glory Zell-Ravenheart you either haven’t been practicing all that long, you’re not American (I’m not!) or you’ve never really looked outside of your Tradition. She was a pioneer of modern witchcraft who sadly crossed over to the Summerlands on May 13, 2014. She is someone I wish I had… Continue reading Morning Glory Zell – America’s Priestess
Sometimes I wish I lived in the UK so I could do visit the places of my Gods and ancestors. But I’m in Australia, so I will live out my dreams and aspirations (for the time being) through the writings and blogs of those I admire. As I’m unable to re-blog from Damh the Bard‘s blog,… Continue reading A lightning-struck Oak called out
In very exciting news, a shortened version of my “Herne the Hunter: a short story” appeared in the Winter edition of The Small Tapestry, a quarterly member magazine published by the Pagan Awareness Network Australia Inc. I’m so excited! It’s such an amazing thrill being able to see my work in print like that, and in print… Continue reading Giving honour
As you can tell, I’m struggling to come up with a topic for this week’s Pagan Blog Project that isn’t about karma. No offence, I just don’t like writing about topics others have already chosen as it loses focus on their posts. When I was talking to my husband some nights ago about slipping of the… Continue reading Kick up the arse
I’ve been putting off writing about this for two reasons. One, I’m stupid busy at work, having finished up completely on one project and catching up on my new project. Second, I’m still processing what happened over the weekend! Last weekend (March 21-23) I drove down to Canberra for the weekend to attend the Mabon… Continue reading Mabon Autumn Gathering 2014
I disagree with the saying, “you can’t choose your family.” You most certainly can. In this day and age, families come in all sorts and sizes. If you want to be specific and say parents and children, then you still can. You can choose to have children, or you can choose not to, or your… Continue reading Family – the Pagan kind
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