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White Spring, Glastonbury

My friends and I spent the Spring Equinox in Glastonbury, visiting the sacred sites and reawakening our senses, honouring our goddesses through pilgrimage, laughter, food, meditation and more.  97 more words

Brighid in the Dumpster, Brân in the Bad Heroin

“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.”  –Oscar Wilde

He’s fumbling with a flashlight.

I’m drunk tonight, stumbling home.

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Gods And Mortals

Brand new at my Etsy shop

Two necklaces!  ETA: First necklace is still available; second is on layaway.


Gothic Roses: Thirteen carved black resin roses on a strand of golden obsidian rounds and microfaceted Brazilian red garnet rondelles, with silver filigree beads and spacers. 463 more words


Red Roses reblogged this on Earth Star Love.

Flameshift for Mary and Denise and for me

Every day and every night that I say the geneology of Brighid
I shall not be killed
I shall not be harmed
I shall not be put into a cell… 205 more words


Happy St. Patrick's Day!

As your very own proud Irish lass, I’m wishing you all a happy and safe St. Patrick’s Day my lovelies!!!

And just for fun, here’s some of my favorite Ireland themed posts from the Moonstonemaiden vault: 28 more words


A prayer for St Patrick's day

Art by Joanne Colbert

Dearest Brighid

May I keep my mouth shut today and not tell people “pog mo thoin”. Let me allow ignorant non-Irish to pinch me and not punch them. 93 more words


Brighid: Goddess and Saint

The Wise Women of Britain had their own special patron – the goddess Brighid – who later became known as Saint Brigit.  She was a Celtic pagan deity, the equivalent of Roman Minerva and Greek Athene, whose name means… 307 more words