Kris Hughes

A Thanksgiving Reading I’ll Never Forget

Dec 18th, 2013 | By

The Ruin card represents wonderful connections to the distant past. Sometimes things we need to show our appreciation for, sometimes reminding us of the love of those who have gone before us, or the wisdom they can still share with us. It may also invite us to delve into some shadowy corners of our family

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Impermanent Sanctuary

Nov 5th, 2013 | By

Farewell to fair Alba, high house of the sun, Farewell to the mountain, the cliff and the dun; Dun Sweeny adieu! for my love cannot stay, And tarry I may not when love cries away. Glendaro! Glendaro! where birchen boughs weep Honey dew at high noon o’er the nightingale’s sleep, Where my love used to

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Plenty of Grass

Oct 4th, 2013 | By

Plenty of Grass I Lived in a Land that was Fair I lived in a land that was fair Freshened by rain Kissed by dew Comforted by clouds And happed in mist A land where in summer We drowned in green Green of abundance Always the green, among the green We were rich, we were

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The Blackface Sheep Speaks

Sep 5th, 2013 | By

Hi there! My name is Kris Hughes, and I’m excited to be a Moon Books blogger. I’ve been a Celtic Pagan for several decades, with an interest in Druidry. I have developed an oracle system based on the symbolism I see in nature, and how for me, it is a mirror of what is happening

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