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Kagekakushi Jizo

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Long time followers may remember several years back when I talked about writing about some Jizo statues with an interesting story or history… 474 more words

Folklore And Mythology

Gullible Travels?

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Well, we are well into April (start of the academic and financial new year) and no posts.  I hope that this will remedy that. 1,048 more words

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The Magical Easter Hare....

I am always fascinated when the remnants of Pagan culture are found so obviously woven into the mainstream (and often Christian) celebrations. Major examples of this being Halloween (Samhain) and Christmas (Yule) and of course Easter (Ostara). 1,102 more words

Witchery & Folklore

The Fire Walkers

I’m a firestarter, twisted firestarter
You’re the firestarter, twisted firestarter

Firestarter, The Prodigy

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Yes, I know my posts have been too few and too far between. 831 more words

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The Nine Herb Charm and the modern herbal garden.....

The Nine Herb Charm (from the Lacunga codex Anglo-Saxon texts compiled around the eleventh century) is a Anglo Saxon spell/charm in the form of a poem. 1,223 more words

Seasonal Potions & Herbal

The Snow Woman

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It’s winter, my holidays are coming to a close and I still haven’t blogged anything.

To rectify this problem, let’s take a break from wildlife and look at some folklore that matches the weather (well, almost) 1,831 more words

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Tybalt Perdition out Thursday!

So after more than a year of edits and revisions, Tybalt Perdition arrives this Thursday!

It’s the first tale of Caldyr’s adventures as a fairy detective and it tells of her meeting Reynardine, the dread fox and trickster. 1,140 more words