Category Archive: Family

SPIRIT, RAIN & DEATH

  What amazing gifts from spirit today, I feel so humbled and blessed by each and every one of them. Today marks some significant changes in my life, as the sun moves into… Continue reading

You are never alone

    Behind the darkness there is always light, Hold hope in your heart, and acknowledge. Your faith will give you strength, Your witch blood will bring courage. You are not alone; you… Continue reading

My Dad’s Indigenous Glass Mosaics

I put this together this week, this Video is dedicated with love to my Step Dad Nick Spitzmacher, the artist of these beautiful mosaics. This is one of his later creations, before he… Continue reading

Growth – My Descent

My Descent Inanna please interlace my left hand, Artemis my right, I need to claim your natural abilities as I start my descent, Inanna the time has come, for the releasing of my… Continue reading

Preparing for Winter Solstice

I went for a small ramble this afternoon with the intention of eventually going to the elderly old pine tree on this property. I wanted to remove some pinion resin from its generous… Continue reading

I love and Miss the man who became my dad

It’s before dawn, the moon is waning in Sagittarius, its light is illuminating the paddocks around me as the tears flow down my cheeks, I miss you so much Dad. Today marks 6… Continue reading

Morning Mist & Mud

The shadows of the morning mist, beckon me outside. I leave my desk and follow the mornings call. The softness of the rolling, falling mist meets my skin, refreshing, invigorating, I breathe it… Continue reading

Love the land, Love the Man

There is no moonlight yet, as the lunar light has not emerged over the distant hills, it’s nearing 8.00pm and all is dark moist and still here. I reflect on my day, and… Continue reading

Death, Metaphysics & Visionary Art

I came across this awe-inspiring painting today for the first time by Johfra Bosschart, I don’t recall hearing of him before, yet on doing research I definitely know his work, and even grew… Continue reading