Posts Tagged ‘ writing ’

Samildánach

Oct 8th, 2018 | By

I wonder about Lugh’s epithet of Samildánach, the master of all arts. The best at everything he chooses to do. It can be dangerous to see this as something to aspire to. We are only human, after all, and Lugh is a god. Who knows how long he has had to hone his skills. Maybe

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The Calling

Mar 3rd, 2018 | By

In my last post, I discussed what it was like to have been chosen by Satan when I was a child. Once I knew this, accepted it, and chose to follow the path of Satanism, it became a time of learning. It was difficult because back in the 1980’s there wasn’t much to read about

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A day in the life, a bit woolly headed

Oct 18th, 2015 | By

By Hannah Spencer Trying to write in the company of several hundred sheep is not ideal. Or on second thoughts, perhaps it is. My writing fits round my day job on a dairy sheep farm, where I spend several hours each day milking my woolly charges. And it’s during this time that most of my

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A day in the life of a disorganised Druid

Oct 14th, 2015 | By

By Nimue Brown There are no typical days. It suits me better that way; I don’t get on with too much structure. In term time, some of my day is shaped by when the lad goes to school and comes home, and I’m passably regular about meals, but that’s it. As a self-employed person, I

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