Tag Archives: energy

Way-stone – Dorinda Duclos #writephoto

I walk the path, far into the woods, and suddenly lose my way. Ahead, I sense an energy, one I haven’t felt all day. I see it rising, high above me, covered in moss from the land, and realize I … Continue reading

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Days at the Cloisters – Marilyn Armstrong

Reblogged from Serendipity: This first one is the Unicorn captured. To capture a unicorn, you needed a woman. A virgin. Because that was the only thing that could make a Unicorn tame. This is one of the myths of the … Continue reading

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Riding the rollercoaster

The day did not start well, either for me or the little fish I had to remove from the tank. It was no surprise that it was dead this morning… it had been looking a little off-colour the night before, … Continue reading

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The Feathered Seer – Part 1 (or “whatever happened to The River of the Sun?”) by Running Elk

…we may have to go back a little before we can begin. Say two years? All the way back to the “River of the Sun“ in 2015, and the long-awaited “next post”, often promised but always failing to materialise. I … Continue reading

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Guest author – Helen Jones: Voices In The Land

Meet Helen Jones, author of The Ambeth Chronicles, a YA fantasy series– Oak and Mist ,  No Quarter and Hills and Valleys. We’ve all been to places where the land speaks to us. Places of great harmony, where the air … Continue reading

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Extract – The Initiate

“There’s definitely something wrong with the place if the Red Kites won’t go near it.” “We are… without question…going to get locked up!” “No we’re not… okay… what if… what if the energy is simply flowing the wrong way.” “What … Continue reading

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Where the dragon flies…

“Druid platform?” I nodded assent, knowing full well we were looking at something as old as the hills themselves and older by far than the Druids. And it wasn’t a platform either. But the concept was right. You could feel … Continue reading

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