I know there are a lot of traditionalists out there, and I am by no means one of them. When I first began on this path, there was very little online. Each website said you HAD to be in a Coven, which HAD to be Gardinarian or Alexandrian. As for finding books…I had no idea… Continue reading Finding your Local Quarters
I cannot organise a house warming party, let alone a major event. Organising my handfasting was stressful enough. I really just wanted to use this post to thank the Pagan Awareness Network (PAN Inc), in particular the wonderful Pete, for organising such a wonderful evening on Saturday night. It was a fantastic night! The band,… Continue reading Organised Events
Last week I mentioned working on a novel. The 26,000 words (so far) have been printed, and I’ve since re-read through the story for the first time since 2012. I would love some completely fresh eyes to read over this. I have asked in the past, people raise their hand, then it becomes a “oh… Continue reading What’s normal?
In public ritual I have witnessed Circle casters call in the Quarters, or the Watchtowers, often DEMANDING!! that its presence be known to them. I have stood in public ritual while the Quarters are being called, and more than once I have jumped at the power of the caller insisting on an appearance. This has… Continue reading Morning Ritual
Love thyself, I write as I finish munching into a Snickers. Last week when I thought of this post, I was going to write, “it really is easier than it seems!” But today is a bad PMDD day. Outside of the depression, of the PMDD, of any bad day we may have…loving ourselves is something… Continue reading Love Thyself
One night I met her. It was completely unplanned, unexpected, and utterly amazing. It was November, 2012. We were in a valley, hiking up a steep, rocky hill. I made a joke to Herne about him being behind me and having to catch my fat arse if I fell. He laughed and assured me I… Continue reading When I met the Lady
We all come from the Horned One And to Him we shall return Like a flash of light Shining from a fiery storm Hoof and Horn! Hoof and Horn! All that dies shall be reborn! Fire and rain! Fire and rain! All that dies shall live again! As we’re approaching Midwinter here in Australia, and Midsummer in… Continue reading Kings of Oak and Holly
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
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