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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


Spring Water, Magic and Moonlight

The moon is bright against the autumn sky
As the Priestess prepares for work.

The apple bowl filled wth spring water
Brighid’s healing magic carefully held. 42 more words


More on the Four Hallows and protecting the Soul of the Land

On Saturday I invited three friends for a meal. We are all singletons, independent thinkers certainly, and there were two men and two women. After we had scoffed curry and crumble and a certain amount of wine we had a jolly good argument, about the state of the world and the meaning of life. 701 more words

Myth And Magic

Full Moon Blog Tour and Giveaway - Welsh Moon

We at Broad Universe are giving away a HUGE prize pack of horror, science fiction, and fantasy ebooks and a $75 Gift Card. Be sure to visit all the blogs to up your chances of winning! 407 more words


How I came to the British Mysteries

One of the reasons I am so pleased that The Dancing Floor film is being made is that my first contact with the mysteries was through something similar. 346 more words

Magical Life

House Blessing

Took place on Saturday 12/09/15

It was with great pride and humbleness when we were asked by Dumbledore to perform a house blessing for his daughter, Dumblesdöttir.  455 more words