Monthly Archives: December 2016

Pagan Poetry – 2017 the Cosmic Wolf

Art by – Dan Burgess   I stand by the gate Clad in Starlight Howling deep into the void There is a map somewhere In the Cosmos A reciting of which can be heard Wolf eyes alight in the telling … Continue reading

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Fox Magick for the New Moon

Art by Andreas Preis “Fox is a shapeshifter, a magician, a trickster, who knows the paths through the wood. Fox knows which paths are safe to tread and which are not as he moves silently, stealthily and invisibly through the … Continue reading

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Silver Birch – Pagan Poetry

“I stood in the Grove In a circle of Birch The wind was my Choir The forest my Church The tears came freely I fell to my knees Knowing I’d found The Magick in Trees.” -J.Morris 2015 All rights reserved

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Why Witches are Real Freaks…

For the entire month of December via the Starry Eyed Facebook there has been one important message on repeat: Rock your Weird. We are living in times of uniformity and conformity where the urge to “fit in” becomes an overwhelming … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – Dedication to Goddess Morrigan

(Image sourced from Weheartit Original unknown.) And so Mother I find myself on bloodied knees Singing of your reverence Unafraid of the bruises that mar my skin Unhampered by the thorns that pierce Or the roots that bind For they … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – Dance of Goddess Morrigan

Mother Morrigan Tuck me into the folds Of your midnight Teach me to sink And count the stars Teach me to die well So I might live Teach me to dance With a bleeding heart And raven wings J.Morris 2015 … Continue reading

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Bare bones of Winter Witchcraft

Original Art –Boneyard. Photo by alexstoddard on Flickr The illumination of the relationship between Witchcraft and bones seems inevitable in the wake of this year of Death. As we enter the final months of 2016 and Winter begins to take … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – Lessons of Badb

Original art by Daniel Vazquez Badb I see you stalking through my dreams With Birch wizened teeth And howling Chords I see the twisted visage Wracked with pain and expectation I feel my bones crack and snap A bleeding heart … Continue reading

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Invocation to Goddess Badb

Original art – Sorceress. The Goblin Ball: Ice Kingdom – Sat 22 June 2013. Melbourne, Australia Invoking Badb, Crone aspect of Morrigan. “I am the War Crow I am the Death Crow I am Badb. And you will fall before … Continue reading

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Frailty, thy name is… Witch!

Image Source There has been something in the atmosphere lately that seems to lead many spiritual folks to wish to separate themselves from, and loudly express disdain for, their human condition. Reading the wonderful essay by Nephilim Rising Stand Strong, … Continue reading

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