Posts Tagged ‘ crone ’

My Goddess Spirituality Part II

Sep 14th, 2018 | By

One great thing about living where I do is the multitude of Bronze and Iron Age hill forts scattered across Dorset like Maiden Castle and Badbury rings, Hambledon and Hod Hills to the east and Eggerdon Hillfort to the west. These were the fortresses of the Celtic people that arrived on our shores around 700BC

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Reflections on a Snowy Day

Dec 12th, 2017 | By

As I write this I am watching it snow outside, its oooooh so pretty, each flake weaving the fabric for the thick white blanket that will cover the ground for the next four months. Underneath my flowers, herbs, and bushes lay sleeping. There is magick stirring deep within the ground ready to sprout forth soon

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Beginning the Crone

Dec 4th, 2017 | By

“She remembered who she was, and her story changed…” —Shikoba I have, at the relatively youthful age of 39 years, started my Crone Journey. The realisation hit me a few months ago while making greeting cards with my mother and a few of her older friends. I had been “running hot” for two or three

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The Power of the Crone

Oct 13th, 2017 | By

Modern Paganism often divides female divinity into the forms of maid, mother and crone. Often the maid and mother archetypes seem to get the most attention. Here are two books that particularly explore the power of the crone aspect of the Goddess. Kissing the Hag by Emma Restall Orr explores the Dark Goddess and the

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