Archive for October 2014

The Goddess Choosing

Oct 10th, 2014 | By

by Elen Sentier   I am in the trees … It is the middle of the night up here on Exmoor, deep in the woods above the Barle river. The cottage is deep within the woods on the edge of the Iron Age hillfort and I am surrounded by oak trees. The night is alive

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New Pagan titles for October

Oct 8th, 2014 | By

We have two new titles out this month and a re-release… This is a pagan tome of poetry and prose designed for rituals, festivals and celebrations. Working with deities, Romany has chronicled invocations and evocations for many Gods and Goddesses, and created clear and crafty quarter calls, circle castings, celebratory prose and meditations. Ritual is

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Melusine Draco – reviews

Oct 6th, 2014 | By

Reviews of books written by Melusine Draco…   Magic Crystals, Sacred Stones “The author, an heir to a Traditional Witchcraft Coven dating to the mid-nineteenth century, would be at home in a Circle or a university lecture hall. This book is as much an exposition of the mysteries of Witchcraft, and the witch’s treasures in

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Moon Bard – October

Oct 4th, 2014 | By

By Martin Pallot   October …… the autumn is now with us …… the season of morning mist and chill winds …. Jack Frost flexes his fingers …. and at the months end …… the season of ghosts.         CHILL OUT.   Jack, breathes Upon the leaves, Draws a fingernail Across the

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Fairy Procession

Oct 2nd, 2014 | By

by Lorna Smithers Recently, Lorna blogged for Moon Books about fairy folklore and fairy funerals. This poem is on the same theme… Fairy Procession   Hear, oh, hear The passing bell, fear The midnight toll on the corpse road drear   Heed our chant Avert your glance From the spectral procession of Fairyland   For

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News and bragging

Oct 1st, 2014 | By

Bragging was an important part of many heroic cultures. One of the rewards for the doing of epic deeds, was getting to stand up somewhere and tell people just how fabulous you were! Our modern culture spends too much time enthusing over the exploits of our often tedious celebrities, and not enough time shouting out

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