Category Archive: Witchcraft

As Yule approaches…..thoughts and folklore

YULE the time of the year when Jesus was supposed to have been born is not recorded in the New Testament. However the fact that the shepherds who first received the news of… Continue reading

Fridstool

I am invisible, Falling through the cracks. I hold on, then let go, Forgotten, alone, a memory. Homelessness sharing its sting, My steady moral compass wavers. And in this darkness, A small crack… Continue reading

The Descent into Autumn

As we stand at the entrance to the West gate, opposite the place of the rising sun that gave us light for the last 6 months we now turn to the deep waters… Continue reading

Lugh’s Harvest Ends

Healing forest waters……bringing back the the abundant life that was so parched by the years of drought and fires. Morning light captures the beauty of Nature in all Her sweet rawness. We now… Continue reading

Beltaine Blessings from the Southern Hemisphere

Beltaine Blessings to you my readers it’s a beautiful day here, honouring this Holy Eve with you all, as the Jacaranda blooms amongst the gumtrees just outside my window….. The beautiful Maiden and… Continue reading

Hecate’s womb awaits all

With love to all the abused ones, for we are kith…. We have to walk back into the darkness of the pain and the hurt child, hold them, love them, take all year… Continue reading

I Am Joy!

I know these times we are living in are tough…..the media and social media spews forth fear….pending war….. disaster for the planet and humankind……..stop for a moment and look around you….and then within….… Continue reading

Beltane

Birdsong peaking Trees swaying Resin flowing Flowers blooming Sap stirring Bark falling Snakes baking Lizards crossing Turtles laying Leaves growing Breeze blowing Clothes peeling Skin browning Lovers embracing Blood rising Bodies divining Juices… Continue reading

Intimacy

A young arabic man I share philosophy with into the wee hours via phone for over a year now, texted me this morning to ask me what I was doing, I replied “Today… Continue reading