Over the holidays while I am at home I will be gathering the materials I need for the construction of an Altar of the Dead. This will mesh a necromantic working altar with one for the Ancestors and Donn, Irish God of the Dead. 164 more words
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Olives are being harvested in the fields outside my town these days. We have been having the first rains of the season. The roads are wet and muddy, and the trees are partially shrouded in mist. 939 more words
Last fall I undertook the Ariadne Goddess Pilgrimage to Crete and saw many wonders. Foremost for me was our descent into the Skoteino Cave, following in the footsteps of ancient Cretans who understood the cave to be the Source of Life, the womb of the Goddess, and a place of transformation. 535 more words
My grandmother, my last living grandparent, recently died. She was 84 years old. Because I’ve just come back from Taiwan where I participated in all of her funerary rites and delivered a eulogy therein, I’ve been thinking a lot about memorializing the dead. 1,215 more words
Light Stream Of Cosmic Creation Processes, As Sign And Tongues Of Flames.
Down the ages, people have observed signs in natural environment; shepherds and hunters regarded signs on pristine landscape or in the sky; sailors, fishermen, and voyagers observed signs at sea or in Oceans. 824 more words