Finding Land Spirits and The Fae

Helpful tips to finding the Fae and Land Spirits, and also, advice to make your car better! [Read more…]

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Getting clear about my place: the uses of withdrawal

The body, sex and pleasure are all sacred, and it is vital not to exclude any aspect of our humanity from our spiritual development. However, I do think there is a place for withdrawal, even in immanence-based spiritual paths. My sense of my own space and place in the world is stronger, more rooted, and much, much calmer for my time of withdrawal. It’s not a part of everyone’s path, but it has its place, and we should be careful not to dismiss it too glibly. [Read more…]

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By the light of the harvest moon: autumn equinox thoughts

I always find the shift into the dark half of the year difficult. One of the great consolations of this time for me is the light of nighttime – the blue shimmering radiance of the full moon in the night sky. [Read more…]

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Night Sounds: An Sionnach In East Cork

What does a Witch do when she hears an eerie midnight cry on a deathly still Lughnasadh night in Cork, Ireland? I’ll give you a hint – it involves human sacrifice and body odor! [Read more…]

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The puzzle of the Mother of Modern Witchcraft — a village witch who lived in a tower block

Doreen Valiente was the Mother of Modern Witchcraft, a religion which deifies Nature – yet she lived in a tower block, and loved it there. Elinor Predota ponders this apparent paradox. [Read more…]

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Point to Ponder: is it all just anthropomorphizing?

This week, Traci considers how stories connect us to the lived world, and relishes the rare string of sunny days at her home in Cork, Ireland. [Read more…]

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Crossing the boundaries of urban and rural

A visit to Bath leaves Elinor considering her response to urban environments, and how the skills of a rural Pagan Witch can be applied to city living. [Read more…]

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