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Spring 2014 Omen

The spirits of the occasion were  the Nature Spirits.

The acting seer was Tara Loughborough.

The divination tool used was ogham.

Nature Spirits – Ash… 71 more words

A Kingly Man

The spiced scents of exotic herbs tantalized with every breath, teasing Nuada’s mind into renewed vigor and soothing the hurts of his body. Eyes closed, he was the man he’d been before the battle with the Fir Bolg on the plain of Mag Tuiread, save for a dull ache in his shoulder. 3,999 more words

My Fiction

Tutorial - Simple Ogham Stave Set

Today, I finally made my first Ogham Stave set! My first set is very simple and made from large wooden craft sticks. In the future, if I connect well with this omen/divination tool, I’ll make a set using tree branches, if possible made from branches of each species corresponding with the Ogham alphabet letters. 223 more words


Little Acorn

Darragh sat chewing acorns, his back against the massive, gnarled bole of the ancient oak tree.  The One – grandest, wisest, and most powerful of the Order – stood over him, watching with an unreadable gaze deep as the earth itself.  2,988 more words

My Fiction

Dark Moon: Ngetal

In the Tree Ogham, Ngetal is associated with the reeds that grow at the water’s edge. I envy their flexibility, undaunted by rough winds or frozen ponds. 107 more words


C is for Corylus Avellana

C is for Corylus Avellana: ‘Coll’ or Hazel is one of the thirteen trees in the Ogham Tree Calendar. Hazel, Corylus avellana, is the Tree of Wisdom and Knowledge, and one of the ‘chieftain’ trees of the Irish Celtic tradition.   346 more words


All in the Family (30 Days of Deity Devotion 5, 6 & 7)

To summarise today’s overly-detailed ramblings: Bhéarra is not one of the Tuatha De Danann. She has a sister over the bay in Dingle, called Duibhne/Dovinia, for whom a tribe is named. 782 more words