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Celebrating the Light

A summer solstice altar dedicated to Sulis.

Spirits in the Material World

There is no political solution To our troubled evolution Have no faith in constitution There is no bloody revolution We are spirits in the material world The Police: The Ghost in the Machine I was recently refinishing my son’s old dresser with white wash… Continue Reading “Spirits in the Material World”

This Owl House

Sacred Owl Bring wisdom to me. Help me make the right decisions. Assist me in planning my future. Fly with me on my spiritual path. Show me the way. As I write this there are three burrowing owls in my front yard, digging underneath my… Continue Reading “This Owl House”

Covid and Corvids

“The single biggest threat to man’s continued dominance on this planet is the virus.” Joshua Lederberg   Molecular biologist and Nobel award winner Joshua Lederberg knew that microorganisms can be far worse than any human planned attack.  They are insidious and have the potential… Continue Reading “Covid and Corvids”

Return of the Sun

Cold and dark, this time of year, the earth lies dormant, awaiting the return of the sun, and with it, life. Far beneath the frozen surface, a heartbeat waits, until the moment is right, to spring   Winter solstice is the darkest day of… Continue Reading “Return of the Sun”

Techniques for Grounding

And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair                                              … Continue Reading “Techniques for Grounding”

A Candle Craft for Beltane

Beltane, Beltane, Flowers Bloom Chase away the Winter’s Gloom Weave Bright Fabric on the Loom Stir the Cauldron ~ Banish Doom Sacred Hawthorn used this Night Feed the Fires ~ Start the Rite Open up the Veil so Thin Reap the Wisdom from Within… Continue Reading “A Candle Craft for Beltane”


This is our holy place As it was for those who came before A threshold between both Sky and Land Liminal A threshold between Land and Sea And between Life and Death This is our sacred place              … Continue Reading “Liminality”

Amulets, Talismans, and Charms, Oh My!

To save her from the serpent’s little eye    I set a stone of blue Chalcedony      Within a cunning loop–so it shall be       Aware and mindful when her lashes lie       Untaught of danger nigh. To keep… Continue Reading “Amulets, Talismans, and Charms, Oh My!”

Juniper Shortbread Crescent Moons

I have succeeded in getting this post finished just in time for the waning crescent moon.  I should preface this recipe with the fact that I am not a roll out cookie girl.  I am more of a drop from a spoon girl, so… Continue Reading “Juniper Shortbread Crescent Moons”

Spirits of the Land

This land is my home where the naked mountains caress the sky and the veins of hills run to the sea. This land is my home where I’ll live alone until my hair grows white and my bones grow old then I’ll hang my… Continue Reading “Spirits of the Land”

The Cimaruta Charm

Keep the downy dittany and storms will bring you calm, Fill a vervain pillow for a thought-grieved head; Cherish balm whene’er you can, there’s none too much of balm, And never stop for rosemary, ’twill follow where you tread. Taste the scarlet love-apple, if… Continue Reading “The Cimaruta Charm”

The Magic of Tidying Up

Sweep, sweep, sweep the ground. All negativity shall be bound. I banish all that is profane. Only positive shall remain.   My mother, the queen of clean, could compete with Martha Stewart herself in keeping a tidy home.  I think she would agree that… Continue Reading “The Magic of Tidying Up”

The Golden Shadow

Your playing small Does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightening about shrinking So that other people won’t feel insecure around you.                                          … Continue Reading “The Golden Shadow”

Urban Witchery

The trees along this city street, Save for traffic and the trains, Would make a sound as thin and sweet, As trees in country lanes. City Trees by Edna St. Vincent Millay   I am happiest when I am far from the city with… Continue Reading “Urban Witchery”

Giving Up Hope

Where is the horse and the rider? Where is the horn that was blowing? They have passed like rain on the mountain, like wind in the meadow. The days have gone down in the West behind the hills into shadow. How did it come… Continue Reading “Giving Up Hope”

Mother Nature is Not Vegetarian

But nature is a stranger yet; The ones that cite her most Have never passed her haunted house, Nor simplified her ghost.                                            Emily… Continue Reading “Mother Nature is Not Vegetarian”

Paper Magic

  What gentle art to confine By plane of paper, folded line What magic here to capture me In infinite variety…                                 To Origami by John Smith To write something… Continue Reading “Paper Magic”

The Magic of Star Wars

For my ally is The Force, and a powerful ally it is. Life creates it, makes it grow.  Its energy surrounds us and binds us.   Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter.                    … Continue Reading “The Magic of Star Wars”

The Ancient Art of Wheat Weaving

There was three kings into the east, three kings both great and high, and they hae sworn a solemn oath John Barleycorn must die. They took a plough and plough’d him down, put clods upon his head, and they hae sworn a solemn oath… Continue Reading “The Ancient Art of Wheat Weaving”

Resurrection of the Meadow

“Faery is a world of illusions, of inconstant shapes. But then, the same may be said about the world of mortal men.” Robin Artisson The Resurrection of the Meadow When I received this book, I thought it was very short indeed and a bit small.… Continue Reading “Resurrection of the Meadow”

Flower Face

From winter’s chill You emerge In verdant hue Maiden Fair From soft slumber You rouse me And place feathers In my hair by Elisa from Flower Face I have been stalked by owls for a long time now.  The first time I stumbled upon… Continue Reading “Flower Face”

Moon Magic

I think it is beautiful how the moon glows using the suns light and the sun never asks for anything in return Amanda Katherine Ricketson The moon. Its energy waxes and wanes through its 28 day cycle. It influences the tides and many earth… Continue Reading “Moon Magic”

How to Write A Spell

This is the excerpt for a featured content post.