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Beautiful Bounty and Garden Surprises

My Twitter pal Lady Althaea really inspires me.  Like other Pagans and Witches, much of her work focuses on keeping in touch with the land.  She does a lot of foraging and herbalism, and I feel like I don’t get out as much to explore like I used to.   304 more words


Corn Dollies

Last weekend was the pagan harvest festival of Lughnasadh, or Lammas if you prefer. It celebrates primarily the grain harvest, used for making the staples of beer and bread. 318 more words

Being Connected

First Harvest

(Day two of the Five Day Poetry Challenge. Again, this is a new poem.)

Her fingers bleed; the stones
are buried deep,
tangled in roots of long-dead trees, 336 more words


Lammas - An Experience of Absence

Lammas-tide is upon us, harvest begins both on the land and on a personal level, that which we have sown is now reaped. ‘The Greenwood’ harvest is yet to come, where fruit is plucked from branch and bough but the tree which bore the fruit remains still standing. 319 more words

Wheel Of The Year

Our 2015 Lughnasadh with Muin Mound Grove

As is our tradition, Northern Rivers Protogrove gathered with Muin Mound Grove to celebrate the Irish festival of Lughnasadh.  It was a multi-day event held at Rev. 300 more words

Lughnasadh 2015

He aquí las fotos que hicimos Iriome y yo del pasado día de Lughnasadh. Fué muy especial porque vino Valariel desde lejos para oficiar el rito y pasamos todo el día juntos todo el coven. 120 more words

Playing at the Dublin Irish Festival

I played before Three Cranes Grove Lughnasadh ritual again this year at the Dublin Irish Festival.  It is both wonderful and still a bit nerve-wrecking.  All in all, I’m pleased with how it went this year.   27 more words