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Through the Mist to Avalon

With Herne’s blessing I have begun a new path of study on my Pagan path: Avalonian Witchcraft. I’ve always been in love with tales of King Arthur and Merlin, and I know several different versions of the tales. 929 more words

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Review: Henge by Realm Lovejoy

Henge by Realm Lovejoy

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

***Disclaimer: I received a free copy in exchange for a review.***

Modern-day Camelot. Where knights no longer carry swords. 583 more words

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A pilgrim, a penitent. A forest.
Ruffians, blades, cudgels. Then
a kind family passing through.
Their tired horses and tents. He bathes
in a freezing lake. 165 more words


No, Really. Why Dazzled Leaves?

Ok, fine. I’m a poetry nerd. I LOVE poetry. I even like Victorian poetry (seriously, no one in their right poetical mind loves Victorian poetry – it’s all rhyme-y and as cadenced as a second grader’s attempt at poetry.) But seriously, sometimes you just have to go all poetry nerd and read something that kind of tells a story and takes you out of yourself and makes you feel a bit better about things. 308 more words


The (Not So) Hidden Hero of Excalibur

I love the movie Excalibur. A squire pulling the sword from the stone. The tale of Lancelot. The quest for the Holy Grail and the final embrace of father and son. 2,274 more words

Camelot Eternal # 1 ~ comic book review

If you know King Arthur, odds are good you know his famous death scene (though spoiler warning just in case): he faces his sworn enemy Mordred (traitorous son or nephew, depending on the version) at the Battle of Camlann, is fatally wounded in the head, and gets put on a barge to the Isle of Avalon, where he promises to heal up and return when the world needs him most. 1,055 more words

King Arthur

Who's got SOUL?

I am at work right now, alone, save for the Indian man sitting at the bar talking to himself. I could see this in a couple of ways.  1,309 more words