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My Polytheism

My polytheism is Arianrhod, stars seen through pine trees on a winter night, sunlight shimmering on the surface of water, reflected upon overhanging branches. Grey-blue storm clouds blown over grassy plains towards dark hills, the scent of chamomile after lightning, the drowning of kingdoms and the ecstasy in shadow. 716 more words

Gods And Mortals

Marys of the Sea

O Marìa, bela Marìa pijèrmi mi…

I catch a glimpse of myself in a mirror and I’m not here.

Everything’s gone sepia, the music from the speakers no longer digital but analogue. 1,357 more words

Bran

Arianrhod

Arianrhod weave for me a dream, upon your silver wheel where threads intertwine with the hearts of all folk. Where lives are born from the ether of beyond. 256 more words

Ladies of Legend: Arianrhod and Blodeuwedd

References: The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Fairies (Vega, 2002) by Anna Franklin, Eyewitness Companions: Mythology (Dorling Kindersley Ltd., 2007) by Philip Wilkinson and Neil Philip, The Fairy Bible (Godsfield Press, 2008) by Teresa Moorey, Mythology: Myths, Legends, & Fantasies (Hodder, 2013) by Dr. 908 more words

Fairy Tale

Arianrhod, the Divine Weaver

It only seems appropriate to have my first post be about my Lady and primary goddess, Arianrhod.  Even though I don’t have as frequent contact with Her as I do with Lleu, She is still my Queen and my Lady; when I think of my pantheon She is always first. 742 more words

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