Category Archives: Mythology

“O’ Coyote…

* We welcome you to our sacred space… …We seek your help, in bringing balance and harmony into the world of our younger cousins. With your permission we will work with your spirit, to enlighten and initiate our younger brethren … Continue reading

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An Imperious Impusle: Coyote Tales – a new release from Stuart France and Sue Vincent

“Couldn’t you make me into a Bull?” asked Coyote.  In a time before Man walked the Earth, the Great Spirit breathed life into the land. Coyote was the First. Playful, subversive, curious and sometimes comical, he and his fellow creatures … Continue reading

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Blessed Bran… Stuart France

* Mountain body Ocean eyes Cloudless mind * Source: Stuart France

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd – Within the living land

It had been a long time since I had first come across a reference to Thor’s Cave when I was doing some research for Dark Sage. We were not, at that point, feeling the call to go there; caves were … Continue reading

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Women’s Work by Paul Andruss

 Reblogged from Odds and Sods: The Norns- figures cut from lithograph by Gehrts (Anduss) Threads I span These I weave Then I cut   No one has any idea when weaving started. Perhaps it originated long before we were even … Continue reading

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Guest author: David Jordan – On Yeats and Irish Mythology

Many people would consider J.R.R. Tolkien as the father of modern fantasy fiction. This is true in the narrow exclusive sense of the word. A more inclusive definition would admit many other imagineers who wrote before Tolkien. I would argue … Continue reading

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Guest Writer – The Birch Maiden by Paul Andruss – Illustrated by Donata Zawadzka

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: The Legend The Birch Maiden is a Scottish folktale about a beautiful fairy inhabiting a birch tree. One evening she is tempted by a basket of apples left on the ground by soldiers sleeping in the grove. … Continue reading

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