Category Archive: Witchcraft Writings

A leap of faith

As the heat of the day disperses, the sun descends from its heights towards the horizon, the leaves on the gums shine and shimmer, dappled by the rays of dusk, on a thirsty… Continue reading

LAMMAS – LUGHNASADH CIRCLE CELEBRATION (First Harvest)

You are invited to join us for this years Lammas – Lughnasadh Celebration and Ritual. We will be gathering to do this magical work. If you have never attended such a celebration, but… Continue reading

Beltane Blessings…..on this All Hallows Eve…

Beltane Blessings…..on this All Hallows Eve… She is Sun Moon and Stars, woven into the dense fabric of His dark mantle; locked together in an eternal universal embrace, they dance the cosmos into… Continue reading

Sophia’s Correction – by John Lamb Lash

Wisdom is the name of this goddess. The earth is wise. All creatures of the earth are wise, the clouds, the skies, the grass is wise. The earth is a living embodiment of… Continue reading

MYALL RIVER FESTIVAL – TEA GARDENS EVENT

The Myall River Festival on Saturday the 28th of October at Tea Gardens is a free family friendly event, with a large variety of market stalls, stage entertainment, river activities, games and competitions… Continue reading

FULL MOON

“I do conjure thee, Earth Now in the secret hour of night Ebb and flow of meeting And for my place, precisely stand centred By this, the mystery of my Craft Entrenched I… Continue reading

Master of Reality

“What any of us knows, is not necessarily what can be proved. But if it is true, then facts will be found to support that Truth. If these cannot be found, then what we… Continue reading

Brilliance

How can I not be moved, Gazing into your radiant face. Your petals hold the mystery to your deepest secrets, Your opening reflects my inner opening. You give so generously from your roots,… Continue reading

Gaia Sophia

Gaia Sophia Look around you I drifted in with the wind I splashed down in the storm I draw my primal energy from the sea Under foot the greening begins Roots that spread… Continue reading