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Book Review: The Awen Alone

Guest blogger Maria Ede-Weaving reviews my latest book,  The Awen Alone: Walking the Path of the Solitary Druid on Philip Carr-Gomm’s blog. Thank you, Maria, for your lovely words – I am well and truly chuffed to bits. 530 more words


COTD 27.11.14: Watch them grow...

Today’s COTD is III The Empress
Nurture the little things today, they often need the most attention as they can be easily overlooked.
Examine the details carefully, and tweak anything that needs helping out. 31 more words


Three of these photos were taken with a non digital camera at a full moon ritual at Encounter Bay at the beginning of this century. 222 more words


A year in the death of one man: Thanksgiving Day

Today is Thanksgiving Day in the United States, and I’ll be enjoying the holiday with my wife. We haven’t been alone on Thanksgiving Day in a very long time, but it’s okay — we have each other, and somehow going from a crowded house to being alone again seems like a natural progression. 289 more words


Learning How to Read Numerology with Tarots

Numerology (The study of Numbers) is a very powerful divination and when merged with Tarot Readings, it broadens our understanding of the universe. It is important to know numbers and what meaning or essence they resonate in a particular reading. 299 more words


The Night of The Witch

Short portrait-film, research for my figurative art pieces.

The Early Church views of women

by Stanislaw Przybyszewski

Translated by Joe Bandel

Copyright Joe Bandel

Part I

Its genesis, establishment and current importance





There are two gods eternally opposed, two creators and two rulers without beginning and without end. 2,226 more words