Monthly Archives: October 2017

Badb at Samhain – Guardian of Death

Image – Natalie Ving Memories in dirt trod places An ache of something soul wired Screeching across field and foe The rankling of oppressive chains Ripped and charred Once a story learned by rote No longer spoken but on the … Continue reading

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Mask of Wyrd – Entering the Silence

Image – Natalie Ving “Fate always goes as it must.” – Beowulf c.800 I.455 There have been storms of late. Moments of terrible tumultuous change vibrating through every iota of the universe, encapsulated in physical ballets of destruction across the … Continue reading

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Shadow work with Snake energy: The Gorgon’s mask

Scales in the void, the eternal ellipsis of rebirth; vilified, demonized and feared. Lidless eyes peer into the depths of our souls and we, as humans, flinch at the ‘otherness.’  In times long past the sand and earth parted as … Continue reading

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