Monthly Archives: September 2017

Autumn Equinox ritual – Honouring the Forgotten Dead

Image – Beata Banach Photography Every Autumn Equinox I perform a small ritual which I call honouring the forgotten dead, in which I travel to the local graveyards and leave apple slices on the decrepit graves, those that have fallen into … Continue reading

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Autumnal Musings – The webs, the weavers, the boundaries

Image – Artist on picture Following the New Moon in Virgo we step into the Autumn Equinox on the 22nd September. Initially, the themes of this time have been fitting with Virgo energies; recent themes of note and spiritual prominence have … Continue reading

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Tipping the Veil – Spirituality Unmasked

Image – Untitled by Lena Dunaeva It is a common misconception that all masks worn by people in modern society are meant to deceive others; a judgement made from a place of selfishness, for it is an alarming trend to only … Continue reading

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Light Shadows – The Unlovable ones

Image – Highly deadly black tarantula We are the unlovable The damaged and the broken Those with complicated scars And lurking memories We don’t know how to fake a smile anymore, Let alone a whole lifestyle And so many chattering … Continue reading

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Pagan Poetry: Sight from the Morrigan

Art – Bojan Jevtić Sight from the Morrigan Needle claws Across my eyes Blood drenched rivers Flow across my arms Blink to black then white Crow sight There stands a woman covered In soot and darkness dirt Blacked by the … Continue reading

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