Posts Tagged ‘ pagan ’

The Witch and Her Strength

Jul 15th, 2018 | By

Strength isn’t about who can roar the loudest. It’s not about who can be the biggest bully. It reminds me of a story I heard as a child. The wind was arguing with the sun that he could make a little boys jacket come off first. The wind blew with all his might and the

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New authors at Moon Books

Jul 13th, 2018 | By

We’ll have two new authors joining Moon Books early in 2019 – their books are already well into the production process. Lady Haight-Ashton is a Third Degree Gardnerian High Priestess, a Third Degree Cabot Witch within the Cabot Hermetic Temple and a Priestess of Selket (also Lilith and Hecate) within the Fellowship of Isis where

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Are the Gods Set in Stone?

Jul 10th, 2018 | By

I had something completely different in mind when I started writing this particular blog post. On Facebook, I had asked for folks to say something about a topic that they wanted me to write about. One individual asked me to take an animal spirit into account and see how much it changes around the world.

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My Current Life Status is Lacking The Chariot

Jul 8th, 2018 | By

The truth is I don’t really feel like the Chariot tonight. Some days, I just lack that, I got this attitude. And instead I sit on the couch with a bag of potato chips watching Big Brother on TV, while internally wondering if there is anyone out there who can hypnotize me not to eat

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Songs with Nimue Brown

Jun 28th, 2018 | By

Moon books author Nimue Brown is also an occasional song writer. Here’s some of the Pagan material she’s posted to youtube… Turn with the year – chanting about the seasons.   3 drops of inspiration – all about the Druidry.   Raised upon these hills – a lovesong to a landscape  



Modern-Day Storyteller and “New” Myth

Jun 24th, 2018 | By

Stories are a huge part of our world-wide culture. As Pagans, we tend to utilize this in our rituals, around the evening and night-time fires, and even in the lessons and lectures that the brave souls who attend conferences provide. We have stories all around us. The Fantasy and Science Fiction books on our shelves,

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Reviews for Pagan Dreaming

Jun 24th, 2018 | By

Blogger Siobhan Johnson said of Pagan Dreaming, “I found a lot of new information in this book, but because of Nimue’s clarity and breezy writing style, Pagan Dreaming was a joy to read” You can read the full review here. Shamanism Books said “Pagan Dreaming is a book chocked full of wisdom and immensely readable; written

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Loneliness and revelation

Jun 7th, 2018 | By

This book by Pagan philosopher Brendan Myers explains the nature of loneliness, why the usual solutions fail, and offers a philosophical and spiritual solution. Here are some videos about the book… Brendan reading from Chapter one more insights here…   Buy the book here – Book Depository Amazon US Amazon UK Barnes & Noble Indiebound



Children of the Green – an excerpt

Jun 5th, 2018 | By

Children of the Green: Raising our Kids in Pagan Traditions, by Hannah E. Johnston is an in-depth consideration of child raising from within pagan spirituality. Here’s an excerpt from the introduction: “A child is a seed of the future. If we want a vision of the planet’s longevity we could look to the dreams of

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Australian Druidry and Seeking the Sacred in Your Own Landscapes

May 31st, 2018 | By

Julie Brett’s Australian Druidry: Connecting with the Sacred Landscape is quite a remarkable work. Having now read this book twice, I am astounded by the depth of the material on how her Druidry dovetails within her relationships with the land she lives in. The description and details of her own work could easily be utilized

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