Posts Tagged ‘ faery ’

Gwyn ap Nudd excerpt

Oct 11th, 2017 | By

An excerpt from Danu Forest’s new book on Gwyn ap Nudd – Wild god of Faery, Guardian of Annwfn. “Gwyn is known in Glastonbury where I live as a local hunter god, and king of the Faeries, dwelling in the mythological glass castle within Glastonbury Tor, a great hill that rises above the Avalon marshes in

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New for October – Pagan Portals – Gwyn ap Nudd

Oct 5th, 2017 | By

Pagan Portals – Gwyn ap Nudd is a new introductory title from Danu Forest, whose popular work Druid Shaman is also published by Moon Books. Gwyn, the bright god of the Brythonic underworld Annwfn and Faery king of the wild Welsh spirits, the twlwyth teg, is an ancient and mysterious figure. His tales are scattered

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Fairy books for Pagans

Dec 28th, 2015 | By

With the recent release of Halo Quin’s Your Faery magic, we now have three faerie titles at Moon Books (but no agreement over how to spell it!). Between them, these three cover a broad array of fairy traditions, from the gentlest of seelie through to at least a hint of dangerous unseeliness in Morgan Daimler’s

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Pagan Portals – Your Faery Magic

Dec 8th, 2015 | By

New for December – Pagan Portals – Your Faery Magic, by Halo Quin Discover what it means to be fey and unlock your natural power! Have you ever felt that you were ‘different’? That the Otherworld was closer for you than it is for other folk? Have you ever wondered how you can tap into the

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Beltane Eve

Apr 30th, 2015 | By

By Halo Quin Wood smoke coiling overhead, melding with the music dripping from a flute as the pagans file down to the sacred site. Beltane eve, invited to the enchanted realm… roses twining around us, scarlet and ivory blossoms declaring the edge of our world and theirs… a time of no time, a place of

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Penwortham Fairy Funeral

Sep 26th, 2014 | By

by Lorna Smithers Penwortham Fairy Funeral is a legend based around Castle Hill, a site of religious and formerly military importance in my home town of Penwortham. This article presents the original version and its later developments in the context of their placement in the landscape and discusses their origin and meaning. The Fairy Funeral

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