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stereotypes make me giggle

“You don’t look like a witch”… does this ever happen to you? It’s a phrase I hear more often than you would think considering I am not exactly in the broom closet. 396 more words

Musings & Other Randomness

necromancy... n is for

Necromancy, yes I practice it… not as in raising hordes of zombies to do my bidding (that’s just a little joke) but as in spirit work. 232 more words

Pagan Blog Project

the morrigan... m is for morrigan

…I am the Sorceress that will not be ruled, the Weaver of Time, the Teacher of Mysteries. I am kin to the Badb and Macha, for together we are the Sacred Three. 224 more words

Pagan Blog Project

morgans, morgens, mari-morgans, and a bit of Morgan Le Fay... m is for mermaid

The Sea Witch sings

And hearts will break

And souls will tear

From flesh and bone

To dance within

The pounding foam

— from The Briar Rose… 233 more words

Pagan Blog Project

I is for Intensity

Death Work is very challenging to learn. It puts me in front of all my deepest and strongest fears. It reminds me of the things we want to forget. 10 more words

The Dead

D is for Darkness, Diving and Descent

Quite late I know, but as I said, I’m going to participate very “freely” to the Pagan Blog Project.

I have found a marvelous article… 1,057 more words

Of The North

H is for Hyndla

Hail to you Hyndla
Remote far away in your cave
And ever farther away wandering

Please let me come near you Hyndla
Let me see and let me learn… 96 more words

Of The North