Monthly Archives: April 2017

Gaslighting Spiritual Pathwalking – A Toxic trend in Paganism

Image –  Natalia Drepina All her own property How quick we are, as human beings, to ridicule, deride, and dismiss the personal experiences of others, whose visions, contemplations, and expressions are unlike our own. Sadly in Spiritual realms, where the … Continue reading

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Oracle for Starlets – Messages of Violets and Assertiveness

Own image ★★★ Oracle for Starlets ★★★ ★Plant Ally Oracle★ ★Assertiveness – Sweet Violet★ “You are a beautiful and sensitive soul. It is sometimes easier to retreat and hide. Stand up for yourself and communicate clearly with confidence. You will … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – Song of the Morrigan

Can’t lie to the seer who dreams in Crow tongue Can’t take back the future when it’s already done Can’t shade the soul whose sound in their core Can’t fool the Goddess She’s been here before. -Joanne Morris all my … Continue reading

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Masks in Spirituality: The Rabbit Mask

Imagesource – Tumblr Masks in Spirituality: The Rabbit Mask To both the wearer and the beholder mask-magic is a method of overcoming ‘ordinary’ perception and slipping through the ‘cracks between worlds’ into the profound realities of Elphame. The true essence … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – Witch in the Mist

Pagan Poetry – Witch in the Mist There’s a witch, In this mist, Lighter than air Brow rain kissed. Wolf eyes, Through the haze, Echoes of the mind are your only maze. Can you see? Beyond the screen, To all … Continue reading

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Goddess Badb; Shadow of Silver Birch – Or an odd journey to the Underworld with Foxes and Moths

Image source Goddess Badb; Shadow of Silver Birch: Or an odd journey to the Underworld with Foxes and Moths The Shadow within the Celtic path, and within the trees whom I revere as guardians, is a realm of sometimes seemingly … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – Wanderer

Photographer Mira Nedyalkova Wanderer Perhaps it is time to go to the sea For there always was too much of the dreamer in me With a heart of sand that was slipping away As I headed deep out into the … Continue reading

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Working with the Dark Queen – an Archetype of alternative Sovereignty

Image Source Working with the Dark Queen – an Archetype of alternative Sovereignty “Men have forgotten what it means to be afraid. We will bring fear.” -Freya The Huntsman, Winter’s War The beginning of comprehending our spiritual journey often comes … Continue reading

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Chasing the Shadow – A Tale of the Fox and the Rabbit

Image Source Chasing the Shadow A Tale of the Fox and the Rabbit “Don’t send a Rabbit to kill a fox.” – Ghost in the Shell Long has humanity feared the Dark spaces. The Underworld, perhaps the pinnacle of all … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry – Morriganic War Cry

Image -nataliadrepina.deviantart.com There is blood beneath your fingertips Stained once more with dirt The nectar that fills your veins Reminds you what is worth The howling tale upon the wind The Crow cries out for war Tattered wings and battered … Continue reading

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