Monthly Archives: November 2016

Pagan Poetry – Call of the Goddess Morrigan

Followed by the weed that binds And moths of veiled white Speak to me of ancient trees And gifts of raven sight Hold fast to the dirt trod Earth As you learn to fly Balance is key to all things … Continue reading

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Starry Oracle Essay – Unicorn

The Wild Unknown Animal Spirit Oracle – Unicorn “Spirit – Reconnecting to higher wisdom or Divinity.” “You are a Goddamn Unicorn!” – Molly from Her Speak “Breathe in deep and set yourself to adventure, see the stars blaze over and … Continue reading

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Dark Phoenix rises

“When witches don’t fight we burn.” – American Horror Story: Coven When life feels like a twisted form of survival games from literature, when as witches we feel bullied, bloodied and bruised by a world that we seek to be … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry “Phoenix.”

And when it burns And when it bleeds And if your heart cries For what it needs Hear me now And hear me true The will to live Is inside of you And if they try to Put you to … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry “Warriors of the Morrigan.”

“For we will not die, In Morrigans arms we rise again Stronger than before. Blood will mark you… Strength defines you… In darkness and in light We are the Warriors of the Morrigan We do not die But rise again … Continue reading

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Starry Oracle for the week – Awareness

Awareness – Personal Oracle Set made by Fran Lawrence This Oracle set does not come with a set of guidelines therefore all interpretation is personal. Slipping silently between the trees, the Fox is the Magician of the Hedgerow; Fox knows … Continue reading

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“The Witches.” – Original Pagan Poetry

Oh Witches You have the power Burning through your veins It’s so ancient it sings of time So primal it howls Feel the Earth beneath you Not merely in the language of flowers But the roots of all things Deeper … Continue reading

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